Ryett or Rhyett (pronounced like Riot)?


Vandrew nn [name_u]Van[/name_u] or [name_u]Drew[/name_u]?

[name_m]Jettson[/name_m] nn [name_u]Jett[/name_u]?



Names I found on several name pages on Instagram.

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Ryett/Rhyett is interesting to me, and could easily grow on me, especially since I love the semi-similar names [name_u]Rhys[/name_u] and [name_m]Rhett[/name_m]. I think I’d be inclined to spell it [name_u]Ryatt[/name_u], though, like [name_u]Wyatt[/name_u] but with an R.

I think Vandrew is very cool, and I love the nicknames [name_u]Van[/name_u] and [name_u]Drew[/name_u]!

Ryett/Rhyett is cool as well, but I agree with @itsjustjack that I would spell it [name_u]Ryatt[/name_u]!

I like [name_m]Jettson[/name_m] too, though I prefer it with one T.

The rest don’t appeal to me personally.

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Ryett / Rhyett : not really fond of the “riot” sound/correlation.
[name_m]Jettson[/name_m] : I’m not really a fan, seem a bit bland.
Sunsen , Brexson , Dracen : kinda hard to say
Vandrew: I’ve never of heard of it before, but I don’t mind it. Either nn works.
hope this helps <3

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[name_m]Jettson[/name_m] is cool!

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I don’t love these. They seem like creative spellings

[name_u]Ryatt[/name_u]? It would be easier to say that it’s “Wyatt with an R” than to spell it out.

Why would you call your son something that sounds identical to riot?

Brexsen reminds me of Brexit!