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Stick with Riley, parents!
Janessa2542  12/27/2020
1
No, I prefer Riley.
noisynora  12/9/2020
1
This name should have an i, e, and y all in it. Exp: Riley, Rylie. Beautiful sound, though!
― Anonymous User  12/9/2020
2
Riley is good enough, but Ryley looks so juvenile and trendy. The name with this spelling conjures up images of a bratty little boy or girl. Can't say the same for Riley though, amazing what one letter can do!
someone-  7/1/2020
0
I actually prefer this spelling to Riley.
Allison27  5/27/2020
1
Ryley Robinson is the protagonist and player character of the 2018 video game Subnautica.
Allison27  5/27/2020
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This name can also SOMETIMES be FEMININE, making it UNISEX.
In the USA, it was given to 186 girls in 2007.

https://www.names.org/n/Ryley/about
http://www.nancy.cc/baby-name/Ryley/ [noted -ed]
LionB3  5/10/2020
2
This is just my opinion, so you can ignore it if you don’t agree with me. Riley is bad enough on a boy or a girl, but making these weird spellings like Ryley, Rylee, Rilee, Ryleigh, Rileigh and etc. are just ridiculous.
Chibi_Sam  5/7/2020
2
The name Ryley was given to 84 girls and 93 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/15/2016
2
I hate the two Ys. A name should never have two or more of an exotic letter like that. It makes it look very overblown. It's trying too hard to be "special."
ComradeJocasta  1/9/2015
2
I agree, it doesn't look right with two y's.
Luvbug86  10/5/2018
2
The first poster has to be joking. Ryley, Rylee, Riley, Rileigh, Ryleigh etc. are hackneyed bollocks.
― Anonymous User  6/27/2007
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I liked this name spelled "Rileigh" for a boy.
elysa  3/14/2007
1
My gorgeous baby cousin's name is Ryley Rocco and suits him very well. He probably won't have any other Ryley's in is class at school so he will be unique, unlike kids with boring names like Jane, Lauren, Emily etc.
― Anonymous User  12/3/2006

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