- In this image the surname looks like May and not like Max. When other people see the same, this article should be renamed.
09:07, July 24, 2012 (UTC)
- I agree that it says "Ella Max". If it was "May", it would have the tail facing the other way. -- SaXon 10:44, July 24, 2012 (UTC)
- I think it's pretty clearly Ella May. The thing about having the tail facing the other way would bear more weight if the letters were lowercase, but as they're all uppercase, it's just a case of a crooked letter. There is no fourth branch for the X.
- I have to agree there, there doesn't seem to be any leg on the x, which lends the idea that it's actually a y. I'll do some research and see if there's anything about a backwards y. PixieDragon (talk) 12:00, July 5, 2014 (UTC)
- Do you guys think it the backwards Y could be the lowercase gamma from the Greek Alphabet? In this font the character looks pretty similar to the standard Latin lowercase y, but who knows. I'll do a quick comparison
Comparison of Greek Lowercase Lambda Character and Latin Lowercase Y Character Greek Lowercase Lambda Latin Lowercase Y Arial (Sans-Serif) γ y Times (Serif) γ y Courier γ y Georgia (Serif) γ y