Rachel vs. Rachael

I’m torn between the two spellings - do you prefer [name_f]Rachel[/name_f] or [name_f]Rachael[/name_f]?

  • [name_f]Rachel[/name_f]
  • [name_f]Rachael[/name_f]

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Thanks! :sparkling_heart:

I like the look of [name_f]Rachael[/name_f] better but I think it might get misspelled a lot.

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I love [name_f]Rachel[/name_f]! [name_f]Rachel[/name_f] seems more intuitive to me.

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I’ve met both spellings before, so I suppose either would work fine. But I prefer [name_f]Rachel[/name_f]. It’s so much simpler, and I like the look of it better myself.

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Either can definitely work, I just personally prefer the look of [name_f]Rachel[/name_f] more!

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I prefer the cleaner, simple [name_f]Rachel[/name_f]. It’s a lovely name!

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Rachel is definitely my pick. Great name!

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Rachel! [name_f]Rachael[/name_f] just looks fussy to me

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I prefer [name_f]Rachel[/name_f]. I think with [name_f]Rachael[/name_f], you would always have to spell it out.

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Rachel is the laid back version that I prefer.

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Rachel looks better and is much easier to spell. The one [name_f]Rachael[/name_f] I knew wished she’d been called [name_f]Rachel[/name_f] instead.

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Stick with the dominant spelling ([name_f]Rachel[/name_f]), unless you have a particular defined reason to use the other.

I instinctively pronounce [name_f]Rachael[/name_f] like rach-eye-ell because in latin ae makes the noise eye