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Awful spelling. Just go with the original and classy spelling so your child won't always have to tell people how to spell her name.
Luvbug86  8/23/2017
Oh great, an already laughably bad name with a tacky spelling alternative. 'Destinee' spelled that way makes the name even worse.
― Anonymous User  2/13/2017
I like this spelling best.
DundiculutNicholas  1/24/2017
I dislike the name Destiny, no matter how you spell it. It seems pretty pretentious, and I don't even believe destiny exists. Are you seriously saying that no matter what happens, your life will turn out the same? Which is why you never have to work to complete any task or make any decision, because it'll turn out exactly the same anyway. I'm sorry if I come off as harsh, but this is my honest opinion. I don't want to censor myself just because some people get their feelings hurt. I promise, there are much more important things in life than a person's comment on the internet.
actingfun  1/15/2016
This name is a modern and newer version of destiny. It's beautiful and unique.
anonomous18  12/14/2015
What an annoying, ugly, trashy, infantile spelling of an already trashy, unprofessional name. This misspelling makes me want to pronounce it Dest-ih-NEEEEEEE, with an emphasis on the EE ending. You didn't catch people in the old days using names and spellings like this.
Anyechka  11/6/2015
My name happens to be Destinee and I absolutely love it. My mom named me this because it was a miracle that I survived when she was giving birth to me so quit hating on the name, not all of us are as stupid as you play us out to be. It is a beautiful name and I would never change it because of you lowlives.
anonomous18  10/28/2015
I love the way it is spelled. DESTINEE. It is my name and I wouldn't change it for anything. Perfect the way it is. Thank you.
DestineeJay  9/3/2015
To let you all know that there are two ways to spell the name Destiny. 1) is DESTINY 2) is DESTINEE. They both sound the same, they're just spelt different like the name Ariana- there are two different was two spell that name 1) Ariana 2) Aryana. Why are we letting names control us? Why does it matter how a name is spelt to you if it is not your name why should you say it's a stupid name? oh, you're spelling it wrong- there is no wrong way so maybe you should think of the people who really have that name and understand that they know how to spell their own name.
Deszzie  3/2/2015
Don't. Just don't. It’s bad enough my own name, Madison, is getting butchered as Madisyn, Maddison, etc. - but to kre8tifly spell an already revolting name...

I understand it’s French in some context, but the Destinee I know is likely not French; her parents just didn’t know how to spell. If I’m wrong, then sorry, Destinee, but I thought the French version had the accent over the second 'e'... doesn’t it?
__Maddie__S__  8/31/2014
I prefer this spelling over destiny. Destinee is the old French way of spelling this word. I like it if you name your daughter this if your were thinking of the Old French, but I don't like if you just wanted to spell it in a dumb creative way.
BehindTheNameFan  9/27/2013
That's nice that its French, but I don't think many of the people who use it know that. I think most of them use it as a 'kre8tiv' way to spell destiny, an already trashy downmarket name. As said before, if you're gonna give your child a word as a name, at least spell it right! And the name 'Destinee Hooker' cracked me up. That poor girl. What an image she gives off of the US and our sports teams.
― Anonymous User  7/13/2013
I think Destinee is a classy name, not at all a stripper name. "Destinee" is the old French spelling of "Destiny", it's not misspelled. I think people get confused about that. It's my name and I love it. :)
Gio123  3/2/2013
Destinee Hooker is an American indoor volleyball player. She was a member of the US Olympic team that won the silver medal in 2012.
Jiminy cricket  8/31/2012
The bearer of the name Destinee is very fortunate, because most strippers have to choose their own stage names.
keepitreal  1/23/2011
This is like one the trashiest and most tacky names I have ever seen. It makes Destiny look high class.
number1212  6/5/2010
Destiny is a word, and you shouldn't misspell words, even if they're also names. Please remember the kid's gotta grow up with this name.
ListenToAsuka  5/3/2010
If you are an English speaker (or even if you aren't) and going to name your child--or even a character--an English *word*, at least spell the darn word CORRECTLY!
― Anonymous User  3/4/2010
Reading the comments about "Destiny" and "Destinee", it appears that those names are considered disreputable. As for me, I'm French and live in France and have never heard of anyone named this; maybe that's why I kind of like it.

As stated above, the misspelling "Destinee" is very close to the French form of "Destiny" : "Destinée" (pronounced des-ti-NAY ('ay' being the closest sound to the french "é")).

The meaning being the same, it would still seem strange here in France. However, there are other (centuries ?-)old names that are actual words: Désiré (desired), Aimé (loved), Bienvenu (welcome), Honoré (honoured), Fortuné (fortunate), and so on (just add an "e" to feminize them). Very few people are named this nowadays, and those names are often associated with French-speaking people living / coming from African countries or oversea territories (Guadalupe, Martinique, Réunion).
Senko  2/22/2009
As if Destiny wasn't stupid enough as it is. The name makes the bearer and the parents alike look like fools who not only actually believe in destiny so devoutly that they have to state it in the name itself, but who are also immature and bad spellers. This spelling is too cutesy and youthful, and the name itself will make people assume the woman isn't very intelligent.
slight night shiver  4/21/2008
When spelt "Destinée" (and pronounced "DES-ti-nay") it means "destiny" in French. It makes more sense to pronounce this variant of "Destiny" as such; otherwise, why have it in the first place?
seraphine_eternal  6/13/2007
A ridiculous spelling for a name that is ridiculous enough on its own.
― Anonymous User  1/11/2007
If you're going to use the name "Destiny" (which I think is atrocious in itself), at least spell it properly.
gaelruadh19  12/28/2006

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