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Also pronounced JIM-ee and JEM-ee in certain parts of Scotland.
-- excentryke  7/28/2005
A rare variant includes Jamey, which is seen only (to my knowledge) in America.
-- excentryke  7/28/2005
I like it as a nickname for Jamison.
-- mariej2  8/3/2005
I love the name Jamie. I think it's cute, simple, and nice.
-- Anonymous User  10/12/2005
Famous bearers are Jamie Lynn Spears, Jamie Lee Curtis and Jamie Foxx.
-- nickyh  11/12/2005
Jamie Lynn Spears is actually named after her father Jamie and her mother Lynn.
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2006
A famous bearer is Jamie Oliver - The Naked Chef.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2005
Jamie Sullivan is one of the main characters in A WALK TO REMEMBER by Nicholas Sparks.
-- Anonymous User  12/18/2005
Helen Hunt's character on the sitcom "Mad About You" is called Jamie.
-- Anonymous User  12/20/2005
I don't really like this name but hey. My guy friend spells it Jaymie, and you pronounce it jay-MEE. Weird I know.
-- GuessModel  4/11/2006
I've also seen it spelled Jaimi. I think it looks prettier!
-- elizabethrules92  4/22/2006
I have always liked the name Jamie. Not sure though if I prefer it for a boy or a girl though. It also sounds young to me so I wonder how it would fit an adult.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
Jamie Bell is a British actor who starred in Billy Elliot, King Kong and a number of other well-received movies.
-- annasui  8/10/2006
I love the name on a boy, but hate it for a girl. Weird, since I've never actually known any male Jamies, but have had several female acquaintances with that name.
-- annasui  8/10/2006
Jamie Langenbrunner, a professional hockey forward, currently playing for the New Jersey Devils.
-- lady_lily  8/13/2006
I love the name Jamie for either boy or girl, it is one of those true unisex names that works for either boy or girl.
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2006
My aunt's name is Jamie, I don't mind it but I like it better as a nickname for something like James or Jamison.
-- Anonymous User  9/24/2006
Jamie Salé is a Canadian figure skater. She and skating partner, David Pelletier (also her husband), were originally awarded the silver medal in the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, but after much controversy, and a judging scandal, they were awarded gold medals alongside the Russian team.
-- Diamante04  10/11/2006
Famous bearer is Jamie Monroe from the great movie RV.
-- Taydbug112  12/17/2006
I honestly think this spelling of Jamie should have always been masculine. The spellings Jaimie, Jaymie and Jaymee are all for girls and I think Jamie should be just for boys!
-- maddy_01  1/15/2007
Jamie Farr played Cpl. Maxwell Q. Klinger in the popular television programme "M*A*S*H" (1972-1983).
-- mashlover  1/18/2007
Jamie is the name of the youngest brother in Malcolm in the Middle.
-- Anonymous User  1/18/2007
Even though I think Jamie was originally meant to be a boy's name, I like it better as a girl's name.
-- gym4god  2/4/2007
Famous bearer is Jamie Cooke from Arctic Monkeys.
-- Nava  2/9/2007
Jamie Kelly is a character in the 'Dear Dumb Diary' books by Jim Benton.
-- bibi66  2/10/2007
I like the name Jamie. I think Jamie can be either male or female.
-- Anonymous User  4/11/2007
In the 2000 Disney Show "In a Heartbeat", actor Christopher Ralph plays Jamie Waite, a "bad boy" type high-schooler turned EMT.
-- Anonymous User  4/11/2007
In America, the feminine form is very popular. I know of at least three female Jamies and zero male Jamies. There were a lot more male Jamies a hundred years ago.
-- Anonymous User  5/5/2007
So cute. I like it better as a boys' name, though, and I don't like all the variant spellings.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2007
English Jazz artist Jamie Cullum. Who is brilliant.
-- Anonymous User  6/1/2007
This name is also used as a nickname for Jamison.
-- thebyrd  6/22/2007
I love this name for girls and guys! I don't know if this is really worth mentioning, but Jamie Lawrence is one of the extremely funny hosts of the Harry Potter Podcast, Mugglecast.
-- Anonymous User  7/8/2007
Jamie Gangel is one of the main characters in the 1996 coming-of-age film Beautiful Thing.
-- cateyedsnake  8/25/2007
Jamie is the name of a character in the musical The Last Five Years.
-- sharonrenee  9/30/2007
Jamie is the second son of Radiohead drummer Phil Selway.
-- scholasticastewart  11/11/2007
Jamie McCrimmon, a companion of the Second Doctor on "Doctor Who".
-- FMRadio  2/2/2008
Jamie Hyneman of the Mythbusters is a famous bearer of this name.
-- skid  2/4/2008
Jamie Fraser (James Alexander Malcom MacKenzie Fraser) is one of the main characters in Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" series of books. Anyone reading these would forget all about the nickname Jamie being girly or for little boys only.
-- Townzell  5/16/2008
My own name. I'm quite grateful for being called Jamie because it's nice and simple and you can't really make fun of it.
-- Jamie Widdall  5/31/2008
This is an okay name for young, attractive guys, but try to imagine this name on some middle-aged, hairy guy who has really let himself go and gained a lot of weight. Not so hot anymore, is it? Heck, try to picture this name on attractive middle-aged guys, and it still sounds too youthful! Keep is as a nckname.
-- slight night shiver  6/7/2008
I really, really think that this name should be preserved as a nickname, and namely to guys named James. Jamie sounds okay on some tomboyish girl, but it begins to sound really youthful on a girl past the age of 16. It's not oozing with masculinity, but it is a boyish name, and I don't like it on females at all.
-- slight night shiver  6/7/2008
My name is Jamye and I think it's a very beautiful and unique name. Also, I've never met someone with their name spelt Jamye.
-- Anonymous User  8/9/2008
Famous bearer: Korean actress Jamie-Lynn Chung, 10. April 1983, San Francisco, California.
-- Emilie007  8/15/2008
The band Weezer has a catchy song called "Jamie" about a female with this name.
-- English26  11/5/2008
It's really good for a boy.
-- Kerules  4/5/2009
I like this for both genders, but only as a nickname for boys. It's too youthful to be a full name.
-- MoonAgeDaydreamer  6/28/2009
Jamie looks too cutesy as a full name on a boy. This will always be a feminine name to me because of Jamie Lynn Spears and Jamie Lee Curtis, among others.
-- bananarama  8/6/2009
17th most popular BOY name in Scotland last year. I absolutely detest this on girls.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2009
My cousin from Melbourne pronounces Jamie like JIE-mee.
-- enchy  8/16/2009
To me Jamie is a nickname for James on Jamison. I HATE it on a girl.
-- McHobbit  12/28/2009
I for sure prefer Jamie for a boy as it is from the boy's name James and that is NOT girls name!
-- starz26  1/24/2010
I have a friend called Jamie [Girl] but you spell it Jaimee, which I think gives it a touch of feminine!
-- SunnyHoney  4/29/2010
I like this name, though I've always thought of it as more of a boy's name than a girl's.
-- MattLin  5/28/2010
Also can be spelt "Jaimee" or "Jaime" or "Jaymee" or "Jamee" or "Jaymie".
-- Anonymous User  6/23/2010
Jamie Holm is the basist in the all girl rock band, Sick of Sarah.
-- uberpeachy  8/9/2010
Van Halen had a hit song in 1979 called "Jamie's Cryin'" in which the heroine is sad about turning down a one night stand.
-- JoReia  8/11/2010
This is my name. I've never really minded it in the past, but recently there's been way more people than normal who are expecting a boy when they meet me (or, as happened today, when marking my work anonymously) which is pretty irritating, to say the least. Also as of this year, for some reason a ton of people when they first meet me have taken to asking me if it's short for something (for example, Jemima). I've also been told in the past that it's a cute name 'like a baby'. Sooo yeah, in summary this name, in my experience at least, has the reputation for being boyish yet cutesy and often comes with the assumption that it's a diminutive of something else. Not really a name I would suggest any parent name their child if it's a girl just from the reaction it gets, to be honest. But I do live in the British Isles, so I think the boy/girl expectations of Jamie in countries like the USA might be different.
-- realfakegold  10/13/2010
I think this is a cute nickname for James when the kid is very young, because I can't picture a 50 year old man being called Jamie. It honestly sounds ridiculous to me.

On a girl, this name is cute I suppose. But nowhere near beautiful, classic, and elegant, if you get what I mean.
-- Chrila96  11/11/2010
Same as Charlie, I don't like this as a formal name. It's very nice and cute, but just name your child "James" and call him "Jamie." And as a formal name, it's not any better on girl. However, with the name "Jamesina", Jamie becomes a lovely nickname for a girl.
-- Dawson  4/19/2011
I have looked on the popularity charts, and Jamie still seems to be pretty well used for boys in the UK. Be aware that in the US, though, it is almost entirely feminine.
-- thesnowwhiterose  5/7/2011
A wonderful name for a boy! I absolutely hate the name when applied to a girl.
-- Maestoso  5/23/2011
I know numerous female Jamies and have met several male Jamies. I think this is one of the very few truly unisex names. I think it's lovely! I don't like when people use it as a nickname though, I like it as a full given name. Once again, LOVELY.
-- Justine_Adrian  12/21/2011
Being from Scotland every Jamie I've met is male, I even have a cousin with the name. A lot of the time it's used as a nickname for James, so on a girl it doesn't fit to me.
-- Anonymous User  7/2/2012
I think it is a really cute and pretty. I do like it more for a girl, I think it is a very lovely name.
-- cccake15  4/23/2013
Seriously? no one mentioned Jamie Kennedy? You've just been x'ed!
-- lollie  8/21/2013
This name is alright, I like it. I have a classmate in my TAFE group named Jamie (who is a total headache). I prefer to use this name on a boy than a girl.
-- emilydominko  9/2/2013
Jamie, Jaime, Jay´mi, Jaimee, Jamee, Ja'mie, Jamey, Jaymie, Jayme, Jey´mi, Jeymi, Jeimy, Jeimi, or Jaymee is a name derived as a pet form of James. it has been used as an independent given name in English speaking countries for several generations.
-- Samanta1208  12/18/2014

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