Be bad is Heavynlie?

Really…how bad is [name_f]Heavynlie[/name_f]? Unusable or just kree8tivv? Crazy or yooneek? WDYT?

It looks trashy and made up [name_f]IMO[/name_f]. Not useable at all! Why would you want a name to start with heavy? Surley that would lead to teasing if the poor girl even had a little bit of puppy fat.

Using the word “heavy” for any child is just asking for problems. [name_m]Just[/name_m] let [name_f]Heavynlie[/name_f] go and spell it correctly as [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f]. It would save your child a lot of future heartache. [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] isn’t that popular so why spell it differently?

I really don’t like it

I would definitely cringe if I heard or saw this being used.

Hate is a strong word, but I hate it. It has the word “heavy” in it. No girl would appreciate that. If you must, [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] is usable, but I find it a bit trashy.

Only use it if you spell it [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] as the American playwright [name_u]Tennessee[/name_u] [name_m]Williams[/name_m] did when he used it (or created it!) for his character in “Sweet [name_u]Bird[/name_u] of Youth”.

[name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] is a name I don’t like anyway, so adding the Y and creating the word Heavy just makes it a disaster.

I think [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] is too strong of a virtue (and this from someone who likes [name_f]Verity[/name_f], [name_f]Mercy[/name_f] and [name_f]Constance[/name_f]).
For a similar vibe but more wearable name, what about [name_f]Seraphina[/name_f], [name_f]Seraphine[/name_f], or [name_f]Seraphima[/name_f]?

Being bluntly honest, it sounds trashy and lower class. It is begging for mockery.

I don’t even like heavenly, but at least that would be spelled correctly. [name_f]Heavynlie[/name_f] is awful. No girl would like the word heavy in her name. That makes it too easy for bullies.

Honestly, it looks messed up. I had no idea how to pronounce it at first. Heavy-nile? Heavy-nl-ee? OH [name_f]Heaven[/name_f] - lee. [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f]. Got it.

Not a huge fan, in general, but if you really want to use [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f], at least spell it in a no-muss way so people will know what you mean.

Seriously? There is a word “heavy” there, not to mention that it is a crazy spelling of [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f]… which is an amazing meaning, but not a well-accepted name. I like [name_u]Haven[/name_u], [name_f]Celia[/name_f], or [name_f]Celeste[/name_f] (meaning heavenly), but [name_f]Heavynlie[/name_f]? No way.

Oh, god, no. Please no.

[name_m]Just[/name_m] to echo everyone else: no. I personally think [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] is rather awful to begin with, but it doesn’t begin with the word ‘heavy’.

Please don’t do this to a child. It’s just mean.

cringe Sorry, but no.

It’s about as bad as it gets.

It’s certainly a lot to live up to ( well, if it was spelled correctly.)

Seems totally made up and is unattractive.

I agree with the majority of the other posters–I wouldn’t use a name with “heavy” right at the beginning (then again, I’m overweight, so that would have really made me sick as a child. I already struggle with my weight–I probably would have wondered why my mom would give me such a demeaning, teaseworthy name, and I’d be horrified to have it), and [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f] is unusual enough as it is, why not use that spelling? I find [name_f]Heaven[/name_f] (and [name_f]Heavenly[/name_f]) really tacky and trashy, though–the yoonikque spelling just makes it a million times worse. I’m sorry, [name_f]Heavynlie[/name_f] really is completely awful.