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This is my PERSONAL opinion - but I definitely prefer just Erika or Erica better. This looks like someone who couldn’t choose between the c and the k so they included both.
― Anonymous User  12/10/2020
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Strange spelling. Erica is better.
someone-  5/27/2020
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Obviously everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I honestly don't see why so many people are upset about this variation of Ericka. I personally think it´s a beautiful spelling and I hope my fellow Ericka´s will wear their name as proudly as I do.
callousedminds  5/4/2020
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Ericka Van Helsing is a character in Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.
Sweetlittlebumblebee  7/14/2019
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Unnecessary spelling. Erica or Erika is perfectly fine.
Luvbug86  10/13/2018
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Ericka Dunlap was Miss America 2004.
That70sShowGeek  5/16/2018
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I was named after Susan Lucci's character off of "All My Children": Erica Kane. And I think putting both a 'c' *and* a 'k' in the name loads it with too many letters.
erb816  3/23/2009
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This is the best way to spell this name. As this is my name, I'm so grateful that my mother, worn out after my natural birth [painful labor], "accidentally" spelled my name this way! With just a 'c' or a 'k', ie "Eric-a" or "Erik-a", it sounds plain and barely emasculates "Eric", whereas "Eric-ka" is almost like "Eureka!"
ERICKA JADE  1/16/2009
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I was named after Susan Lucci's character off "General-Hospital", 'Erika Kane'.
ERICKA JADE  1/16/2009
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I agree with the first poster. The k makes it look like the parents were uneducated when they named their child.
crazykls  3/13/2008
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One of Barbie`s movie characters Ericka is very popular among most little girls.
― Anonymous User  10/21/2007
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A hideous way of spelling a beautiful name.
― Anonymous User  11/11/2006
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I think the person who wrote the first comment is out of their mind. Ericka is way better than Erica, it adds dimension to the name.
― Anonymous User  3/26/2007

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