Comments for the name Rylie


Comments for RYLIE:

Call me crazy, but honestly, I think the name Rylie is better for a dog, not a person.
-- -Julia-  9/8/2009
I am ashamed to say that this is my given name. It is absolutely hideous and it sounds ever so childish! Plus everywhere I go where people ask me my name, I have to spell it out for them EVERY SINGLE TIME! My parents thought they were being profoundly original but they weren't because I know at least 5 other Rylie's (but not all spelled the same). I wish my parents could have given me more of a elegant, beautiful, classy sounding name such as Madeline or Adrienne, but NO, they had to go with boring and ugly Rylie :( Also, I agree with the poster who said Rylie sounds like a dog's name, because it does. Please take my advice, expecting parents, and DON'T name your child this name! They will hate it their whole lives! Sincerely, A Rylie with experience.
-- Ryry1996  5/4/2011
I like Rylie. It's a more feminine spelling of Riley, which is more of a masculine spelling. Rylie is sweet and classy.
-- Melys11  12/27/2012
Oh dear god. I have to say, this is pretty bad. When Riley is spelled this way, it means nothing. It lacks history, class, and dignity. Riley is from a surname, and back when there was a separation between male names and female names, surnames were solely given to males as first names (with a few exceptions). Riley, when spelled correctly, is a nice name for a boy. On females, spelling it Rylie, Rylee, Ryli, or however way you think is the 'cutest' or 'most creative', is horrible. A perfect example of the nightmarish naming trends of the 2000's: surnames gone male names gone trendy female names, with all kinds of interesting spellings in a failed attempt to make a traditionally masculine name looks cute and girly. I hope the parents of these little Rylies regret what they've done when their kute lyttle pryncezz is a forty year old woman.
-- Anonymous User  6/26/2013
The name Rylie was given to 54 baby BOYS born in the US in 2012. That's just cruel if you ask me.
-- Oohvintage  7/20/2013
I love this way of spelling Rylie instead of Riley. It's much more feminine to me. I think it's pretty and classy.
-- quevenne  10/26/2013

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