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This has a raw quality to it. Kind of cute for a little boy - hot for a grown man.
-- Anonymous User  1/5/2006
Tony Braxton is a female singer with the hit song "Unbreak my Heart".
-- rubberduckiiz2  1/9/2006
It kinda reminds me of something you'd name your cat, but I think it's cute anyway.
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2006
I think of Braxton Hicks' contractions.
-- Anonymous User  10/9/2006
I love this name, not only is it an old family name from the 1920's but it came back in my family this year with the birth of my grandson, Braxton Parker Davis.
-- kendra32  11/4/2006
I know someone who actually named their son Braxton Hicks, so what happens when this kid grows up and realizes he's named after false labor?
-- joanie2007  6/27/2007
I think Braxton is a really cool and unique name. I had never heard of it until I saw it on this website and I think it's an awesome name for a guy. I would name my kid this.
-- aja3  8/2/2007
I loathe this name. It sounds youthful in an immature way. When I picture a man named Braxton, I think of a middle-aged guy with a beer belly, bleached, spiky hair, in a Hawaiian shirt, who acts like a frat boy. Now, there are surely going to be plenty of Braxtons who aren't like that, but the name gives me that mental image, and it sounds butt-ugly as well.
-- slight night shiver  4/20/2008
Braxton Kelley, an American football player.
-- Anonymous User  12/11/2011
This is a wonderful name! I can see it on a little boy, a teenager and a grown man, and it is extremely attractive either way. I want a future son of mine to have this name, coupled with the middle name Jacob.
-- Sabella Authoress  11/4/2012
Ughhh. I don't like this at all. I hate names with x's, (jaxon, Paxton, Lennox... Etc.) and the -ton ending is WAY too surname-y, Winston is an exception. This sounds like something teen parents would come up with because they thought it was "cute" and "cool". Well, it's neither. It doesn't sound like a real name, and its very youthful. An old man named Braxton? I guess it's better than Ryder or kayden, but still. I guess I'm just a traditionalist... I'm calling it now, this will probably be used as a feminine name soon, maybe spelled braxtyn or something to make it "unique". God help us all.
-- Anonymous User  6/15/2013
The original famous person with this name was the Confederate general Braxton Bragg. Until around 1990, the name was primarily found in the Southern USA but has since spread.

Http://www.civilwar.org/education/history/biographies/Braxton-bragg.html.
-- clevelandkentevans  9/2/2013
I dislike this name intensely. It's a trendy surname with an unattractive sound and a bad association (why would you name your kid after false labour pains?)
-- Anonymous User  11/5/2013
My little brother has this name, I really like it. I don't understand why people think its just a name for children, I actually see it more of a name for a grown man rather than a young boy.
I play a game with him, where he is king Braxton of the Braxtonians in Braxtonia, but I say all of the 'un' sounds as 'own', so instead of 'Brax-TUN' its 'Braxt-OWN'.
-- pepper256pasta  12/21/2013
Braxton gives me the image of a handsome young man. Popular with the girls, unpopular with their parents. He is athletic with a cheeky sense of humour. The leader of the boys club. Under his tough guy image is a heart of gold. Sometimes feels misunderstood, but is quick to dust himself off and get back on the horse.
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2014

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