|Gender||👩🧑 Boy And Girl|
|Number in U.S||👶 66,000|
|Rate in 2021||28592|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
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I was actually name Gale but I wanted something a little more feminine so I changed it. I also dislike that name, doesn't sound pretty and its boring.
I am a Gail. Born in 1969. Not many other Gail's out there. I actually hate the name. I think It'sounds harsh. I don't like Gloria either. I always wanted a soft pretty name like Michelle or Arielle. And then I'married a Fred... Gail and Fred,,, yuk...
I'am a Gail as well. I like my name. I was born in 1963 the year that the most babies were named Gail. I like the'spelling of my name. People tend not to spell it like I do most of the time. I don't run across many Gail's even if they have a different spelling. I like that It's of Hebrew origin .
For some reason a lot of people over the past 15 years or so have called me CAYLEY! I really have no idea why but they do! I actually like that better because I don't care for one syllable names for women. I don't hate my name (it could be worse!) but I don't love it either.
This is my name. People are too lazy to call me Alexandra, they always call me Alex. This becomes a problem because Alex is more used by guys. It's a strong name used by Queens and other famous people or landmarks