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Candace was the name of the queen that the eunuch, mentioned in Acts, worked for. She was the queen of Ethiopia, so that means that she was most likely black. The Eunuch, who is believed to be the first recorded gentile convert to Christianity, was Queen Candace's treasurer.
-- cand343916  5/16/2005
Famous bearer is Candace Cameron (Bure). She portrayed Donna Jo Tanner (D.J.) on Full House. Also the sister of Kirk Cameron, who portrays Buck Williams in "The Left Behind" books and movies.
-- Tbird  7/14/2005
I hate the name Candy, it reminds me of a stripper or some bubble head, BUT I love the name Candace. It is so happy and pretty sounding. I also think Candace Cameron-Bure is awesome! I would name my daughter Candace as long as they didn't call her Candy! =)
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2006
Candace is a beautiful name. I have to agree, the nickname Candy is horrible. I kind of like the spelling Candice better though. I had thought the name Candice Emily was pretty.
-- Anonymous User  6/28/2006
I think Candace is a wonderful, upscale, elegant name. I wonder why it isn't more popular!
-- ckb  6/30/2006
Candace is my name, and I love it, wouldn't trade it for anything else! I've met a number of Candaces, and they've always pronounced it 'kan-des' or 'kan-das', not 'kan-day-see'. Also, the nickname Candy dosen't make me think of some air-headed bimbo, instead a person with a very respectable, sweet and likeable personality. Any Candy I've known has been like this.
-- Anonymous User  7/10/2006
Candace Kucsulain is the lead vocalist of hardcore band Walls Of Jericho.
-- blackgoodbye  9/9/2006
In 1983 I named my daughter after one of my favorite actors, Candace Bergen (Murphy Brown on tv). I feel that this name gives the impression of strength, intelligence and class. Classy but not snobby. As far as someone calling her Candy? Fine, but don't do it in front of me.
-- ironjawz61  9/17/2006
Candace is an alright name but it just always reminds me of Canada.
-- rainxxxgurl  9/24/2006
This is my middle name, and I love it. I might consider naming my daughter this.
-- angelgurl  10/27/2006
Candice is a very beautiful name!
-- Anonymous User  11/13/2006
There is a novelist named Candace Camp.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
There is an author named Candace Robb.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
If your name is Candace, don't make people call you Candi or Candy! It sounds cheap, and not very creative. Or beautiful.
-- Taydbug112  12/7/2006
I'm kind of indifferent to this name. It always makes me think of cantalopes. But I'll admit it does have an interesting ring to it.
-- scarletquillraven  12/25/2006
What an beautiful name! It has a great history behind it, and is not overused.
-- equestian  12/26/2006
Lovely!
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2007
I think this name is awesome, I think the nickname, Candie, is cool also!
-- jojo101  3/9/2007
Candace is a fine name, though it's not one of my favorites. I don't like the nickname Candy.
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2007
Very lovely. Would make a really nice name for a girl of African descent because of the association with Ethiopian queens.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2007
Candace Camren was D.J. from Full House.
-- french88diamond  7/18/2007
No offense, but it sounds a little slutty to me. The nickname Candi sounds like a stripper name and Candace itself sounds like "canned-a**"
-- pandasayscynical  12/26/2007
I've never really liked this name, but I suppose you could call your daughter Candy for short, but then she might be teased.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/6/2008
In William Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury", Candace (Caddy) Compson becomes illegitimately pregnant and is run out of her formerly wealthy, aristocratic, but now degenerate and fallen family.
-- susiejean  6/3/2008
I love the name Candace, I think it's beautiful. Though I think I like the spelling 'Candice' better. It just rolls off the tounge easier. You know CAND-is, as opposed to CAND-as.
-- Fluffy_Thewerewolf.  6/30/2008
I usually hear it pronounced kan-DIS but I love it pronounced kan-di-SEE.
-- CutieCupcake  8/23/2008
My brothers ex's name is Candace. I love the name. Very pretty. We called her CandyCane. She always went by Candy, which is something I can't understand, because Candace is too pretty of a name to be messed with.
-- Anonymous User  8/26/2009
In an old baby name book from before my mother was born (50s and 60s) it was noted that Candace was popular in the pre-war South (guessing Civil War), particularly because of the nicknames Candy and Daisy. We named our daughter Candace and we call her Daisy.
-- Anonymous User  1/25/2010
For some reason, whenever I hear this name, I hear:
Ohhh say... can this see...
-- high_chronicles  9/16/2010
Candace Flynn is a character on the Disney Channel TV show, Phineas and Ferb. Candace is Phineas and Ferb's 15-year-old sister, obsessed with getting her brothers in trouble for all the outrageous things they do.
-- Nina.Matau  11/19/2010
Candace Bushnell, who wrote the newspaper column that was turned into the book, and then the movie, Sex and the City.
-- Anonymous User  4/2/2011
It would be a great name if it wasn't always being shortened to Candy.
-- Black_X  10/9/2011
This has a very youthful sound to it, but it also looks "Established" Unfortunately the whole Candy nickname causes it to seem immature.

If I ever had a daughter named Candace, I'd just call her Dacey instead of Candy nickname wise. I also love the idea of Candy Cane, or even Cadie/Cady.
-- damsel  2/21/2012
I never liked this name. It sounds bimbo-ish to me.
-- Meadow  1/6/2013

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