Thoughts on name Lielle?

Thoughts on the name Lielle? Pronounced lee-elle. Hebrew for god gave me/my god.

I like Lielle but I much prefer the [name_f]Liel[/name_f] spelling.

I’ve never heard it, but it’s really pretty! I like the spelling Lielle, I think it looks feminine and matches the pronunciation. It’s unique but the sounds are familiar enough that it wouldn’t be shocking or confusing.

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[name_m]Just[/name_m] like @rosejuliet, I’ve never heard or seen Lielle before. Lielle sounds like a lovely name! Easy to pronounce and spell, elegant, romantic and meaningful. I like it!

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Lielle is stunning. I’ve only ever seen it spelled [name_f]Liel[/name_f], but I like both spellings! I think Lielle is sweet and soft, it’s a very pretty name!

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I like it! I sounds like a unique version of [name_f]Brielle[/name_f]

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I love the name! Like a previous poster said, I like the spelling [name_f]Liel[/name_f]. But very pretty name and unique!

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Very pretty! I like this spelling, as I think the pronunciation is more intuitive.

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Really pretty name. Might be pronounced lye-elle for those like myself who are unfamiliar, but it’s pretty either way

It’s beautiful! I absolutely love it! It may very well make an appearance on my list! :purple_heart:

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Lielle is nice! It’s not my favorite Hebrew name—I prefer [name_f]Liora[/name_f], [name_u]Tali[/name_u], or even [name_f]Luella[/name_f] more—but it’s certainly intriguing and I’ve always found it appealing. I think something like Lielle [name_f]Miriam[/name_f] or Lielle [name_f]Shoshana[/name_f] would be nice?

I agree with the others, though. I prefer [name_f]Liel[/name_f] and have never come across this spelling before? But it does seem more sweet and girly as opposed to strong and girly?

Either option is really nice, though. Good luck!

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just wanted to come back to say Lielle [name_f]Shoshana[/name_f] is absolutely stunning, and an amazing suggestion!!

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Lielle is very pretty! I prefer this spelling over [name_f]Liel[/name_f] because I think it makes the pronunciation more intuitive. I love how Lielle strikes a balance of sounding unique/a little different while still being completely wearable. It sounds quite fluid and vowel-heavy to me, so I like the idea of pairing it with a more consonant-heavy middle name.

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Thank you all for the feedback! I’m surprised people think [name_f]Liel[/name_f] is more intuitive in terms of pronunciation, I always thought it would be mispronounced as [name_u]Lyle[/name_u] more than Lielle. I think we will still go with the spelling of Lielle but am still thinking about it :slight_smile:

with [name_f]Liel[/name_f] i would pronounce it short and sharp, an exaggerated e sound and a sharp l at the end - similar to heel
with Lielle i would pronounce it with more emphasis on the elle sound - similar/rhymes to [name_f]Brielle[/name_f]
to me Lielle is more appealing to the eye

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Lielle is lyrical and pretty

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Agreed!

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Lielle is a beautiful name

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Lielle is so gorgeous! It reads sort of like [name_f]Adele[/name_f] to me — very [name_u]French[/name_u] and very pretty. The [name_f]Liel[/name_f] spelling would be less intuitive for me, personally. I would be more inclined to pronounce it a bit like [name_f]Liesel[/name_f] if it were spelled that way.

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