y is not a vowel.a-e-i-o-u-are. Kym.
KRYSS CZMN PRONOUNCE IT (SAM) MY COUSIN NAME
A word is NOT a word unless it has a vowel<br />
common vowels....a e i o u <br />
However, Y is a vowel where there is none other present.<br />
in the word yo-yo.....the o is the vowel and Y is a consonant<br />
The words.....why / shy/ sky / have Y as a vowel
THE ONLY VOWELS ARE<br />
A. E. I. O U..!<br />
"Y" is not and never has been a VOWEL!!
A lot of names that normally have vowels can use the Y instead (as everyone else pointed out)<br />
Also, names like KC or DJ - which are usually short for something else, but don't have to be.
if you dont include the y as being a vowel cause its one of those "its a vowel sometimes"
bit my bum *** hole
any woman name that have no vowle word
"Mythry " - Only one Hindu girl name. Hi Hi Hi....
News flash, "Y" IS a vowel...however, it might NOT be a vowel in certain uses of the letter. Hence, "A, E, I, O, U...and sometimes Y and sometimes W." Yep, there had to be at least ONE GEEK in here to remember that for us.<br />
To answer your original question, I don't have a name but perhaps something Polish or Czech or Russian MAY be possible...they use lots of consonants but not exclusively consonants, so I'm not sure how it would work, if it works at all. Every word I know MUST have a vowel to be a word.