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This spelling of Jarrod is the Dutch spelling.
-- Anonymous User  2/8/2005
I like this spelling of the name. Though my best friend who had to grow up with it doesn't. The only nicknames we have found that worked for him are "J" and "Red". And he has his own built in biker name J-Rod.
-- IrishEyes  5/18/2007
Why do dumb hicks and ghetto dwellers always have to give their kids weird spellings of normal names. Do they think that makes them unique? No, actually it just makes them look like bad spellers, dumb hicks and ghetto dwellers.
-- johann14  10/2/2007
There are worse things than being a hick or a ghetto dweller. Being a snob or a stupid bigot, for instance.
-- Anonymous User  2/4/2008
Jarrod Branch is a Chicago-based male model.
-- Anonymous User  4/22/2008
A famous bearer is Jarrod Schulz, one of the main buyers on the popular A&E reality series "Storage Wars."
-- mecoyle  7/10/2012
The name Jarrod was given to 94 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/20/2013
I'm not quite fond of how this one is spelled. Jarrod. I think of putting emphasis on 'rod' when I say it. Jar, Rod. It could pass off as an Arabic name as well, Jarad or Jirad, if you want to Arabicize the name. Ending it with "Rod" makes it kind of silly. "Rad" though, makes it rather a cooler spelling. Makes people say, "That's kind of a rad name, Jarad!" instead of, "I need a rod to open this jar..."
-- TanorFaux  11/12/2015

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