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I love the name Collin for a boy, but my DH thinks it's wimpy. I'm just curious to see if others have the same impression...I obviously don't. Also, what is the more traditional spelling? Collin or Colin? Thanks!
I don't think it is a wimpy name at all. I think traditionally, it has one "l" but I've seen it both ways
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Colin is the more traditional spelling, and also more common. Our combo was Colin Gabriel.
Does Colin Farrell look wimpy to you? :)
Its NMS, but I would never think of the name as wimpy.
I prefer Colin over Colllin
My son (pic in Sig) is Colin (one l) - so of course I do not think it is a wimpy name :)
one l is traditional