Hellen; hell.
Usages: Dutch (Antillean), Dutch (Surinamese) from name #261899 originally submitted by an anonymous user)
Nope. The name is Helen, okay?
Please use Helen...You're making the "unwanted" part even more noticeable!
Why would you want to ruin Helen by making the "hell" part even more noticeable than it already is?
I think you should NEVER spell Helen like this. She will get made fun of and I completely despise it!
Also Estonian:
Looks weird with two Ls.
Pronounced in Kipsigis as Helena, we can obot Hellena.
"Hell" no.
The name Hellen was given to 77 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
For some reason, I like this spelling much more than Helen. Helen reminds me of old ladies and Helen Hunt; Hellen reminds me of spunky teenagers.
If I had a daughter named Hellen, or was called so myself, I would probably prefer to call/be called Nell.
The first four letters are not a good name to have.
Although I like also the name "Helen" I think "Hellen" is somehow much more beautiful. I like "Hellen", because it isn't so ordinary and because it is a bit "fuller" name than "Helen". I also like how "Hellen" makes the name "Ellen" without "h" and how "Helle" means "warm weather" in Finnish. I think it's just beautiful and unique name!
Yikes! When I see this name as a variant of 'Helen' I just kind of shudder lol. It isn't feminine AT ALL and sounds very harsh when spoken. I would NOT name my baby girl this. It sounds outrageously cold when emphasis is put on the second 'L'. As a historical male Greek (I think) name, it's fine. But not in my opinion as a little girls name/spelling. Just my opinion. :)
This is also a male name, borne in Greek myth by the son of Deucalion and Pyrrha (the Greek equivalents of Noah and his wife).Hellen is supposedly the ancestor and namesake of all Greeks today, who're still called the Hellenes in his honour.

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