Is it pronounced like Dylan, or Dill-ann? Do you think they added an extra N to girl it up?
I bet this is exactly what they were thinking. 'Cause ya know, extra 'n's and 'y's turn boys names into girls names.
This is what I think too. They should have done Dylynn and then we'd know for sure it was a girl.
Dylan on a girl isn't my thing but I've seen it before so I guess I wouldn't spit out my water or something if a girl walked up and introduced herself as such. And yes, I probably would do that on a very masculine name or something just because I'm awful with hiding my reactions to things, not on purpose or to be mean.