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Well as you can guess my name is Jaiden, I'm a girl and the oldest person I have ever found called that (I was born in 1988). According to my mom she made my name up in 1976 and decided she would call her child that irrespective of gender. Lucky me. Anway so that is the supposed origin of this name although obviously it's not necessarily true.
-- jaiden  10/21/2005
The only thing worse than a usurped and mutated Biblical name is another massacred version. Utter crap.
-- Anonymous User  9/30/2006
Oooooh! Jaden all fancied up! Trash by any other name would smell as rank.
-- Anonymous User  6/27/2007
No matter how you spell this name, it's utter crap for females. It might work on tomboys, but when they hit age 13, the name already sounds bad on them, and it sounds bad on androgynous women, or will is more like it. I'm not against aden names on principle, as some rhyming names are inevitably popular. Just think of all the -ene and -een names of the forties and fifties and how they were forced upon country babies who were going to wind up ditzy. Think of names like Larry, Barry, Gary, Harry, and the likes. -aden names aren't that bad, but they sure are common, so having this name must be a pain in the ass for a kid.
-- slight night shiver  6/6/2008
I think this name is poop for either boy or girl. It's just Aiden (another sub-par yet trendy name) with a J tacked on. Incredibly tacky for a girl, and it's not great for a boy either. Either way, it gives the impression that their mother had them when she was a teenager and completely lacks creativity.
-- paintwolf  8/2/2008
No offense but this name looks very tacky especially on a girl.
-- number1212  8/29/2008
I get the feeling parents who choose the name "Jaiden" do so in the fond belief that it looks classier or more feminine than "Jayden".

The poor, deluded fools.
-- keepitreal  1/29/2011
Dear god how I hate this 'name' and its millions of variants. I think the -aden trend is far worse than the -arry trend, at least there were names with that ending like Mary and Carrie before the trendy names like Larry and Barry came around, plus I don't think there was as much hesitation about how well those names would age. However, -aden doesn't even sound like a name. It just sounds rather unpleasant no matter what letter you put in front of it.
-- Anonymous User  7/27/2013

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