Comments for the name Nelle


Comments for NELLE:

Nelle Harper Lee was the author Harper Lee's given name. She's best known for her one novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
-- WeloveyouJesseLacey  3/13/2006
My name is Nelle, or Lennelle after my great grandparents Leonard and Nella. I love it, but I am biased, although I know plenty of people who hate their names, so I am lucky that I like mine. I would definitely name my daughter Nelle even if I wasn't named it myself.
-- leanerdnellalennelle  2/11/2008
Nelle is the name Ellen backwards.
-- eguo0124  3/14/2008
This is a slightly more feminine spelling of the rather plain and minimalist Nell. It looks prettier, but the sound, of course, is still quite dull. However, this name isn't too child-like, and it sounds more dignified than Nelly by all means.
-- slight night shiver  5/1/2008
I know someone who has this name and pronounces the "e" on the end, like Chloe and Zoe. Does anyone know if this is a valid pronunciation or just made-up?
-- Anonymous User  11/1/2008
My name is Ellen and I love Nelle as a nickname for Ellen. I think it's much more substantial and mature than Elle or Ellie. This was my great-grandmother Mary Ellen's nickname, whom I was named after. I also like this name because one of the characters in To Kill a Mockingbird has the same surname as me.
-- leylaellen  12/23/2009
Prettier-looking than Nell, but the extra E tacked on to the back is completely superfluous, and may even appear pretentious--I prefer the simplicity of Nell.
-- DaphneSusan  2/1/2011
Besides being a nickname of Ellen, it is also an anagram of the same name.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2011
I really love the name Nelle. Okay, I might be biased, because my crysh is named Nelle, but still. It's such a pretty name, and she's such a pretty person. Nelle is a beautiful name for a beautiful lady.
-- Anonymous User  6/1/2014

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