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No, I don't want to like this spelling! Drat! I love it. The name of one of the characters in my story.
-- blackgoodbye  4/28/2007
When I saw this name, for some reason I thought, strong, independant, and beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2007
Ayden is the name of a town in North Carolina, USA, which was established in 1891.
-- telfalathiel  5/20/2008
Ayden is the name of a character in the Crossgen comic Sojourn.
-- telfalathiel  5/20/2008
This spelling is really ugly. Just use Aidan.
-- number1212  5/14/2009
I love the spelling of the name. Originally thought of naming my daughter this but then it became to widely used and unoriginal. Also an anglicized form of Aodhan.
-- sorrowfuliris  12/30/2009
Why do people insist on intentionally misspelling names?
-- kazoopilot  2/23/2010
Ayden is also a variant of the Turkish name Aydin.
-- fishl_x  4/13/2011
Yet another misspelling of a good name (Aiden/Aidan) that people use to sound "unique". If you really want your child to be unique, name them something actually uncommon, not an ugly misspelling of a extremely popular name.
-- sunshinechild67  1/7/2012
I saw this hideous, trendoid kreatyv spylyng in a self-published book set in the 19th century. It's bad enough that so many book, movie, and tv writers these days are having non-child characters named Aidan (or the misspelt Aiden), but to put such an obviously currently trendy name on someone from 150 years ago? Just because a name is popular doesn't mean it's accurate to use it on a character who was born way before the trend!
-- Anyechka  9/29/2013
It's a joke among transgender people that this is the most popular name for FtMs, which is something to be aware of (whether good, bad, or neutral information) if you're naming your child Ayden/renaming yourself Ayden.
-- TheSalmon2550  1/19/2015
This spelling is absolutely disgustingly trendy. Go with Aidan so your child does not have to face the embarrassment.
-- Anonymous User  4/9/2015
Don't name your kid this unless you're gonna pronounce it "eye-den" if you're just gonna say "Aidan", you might as well stick with Aidan or Aiden.
-- AshlynnNicole  10/21/2015

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