Comments for the name Jaylee

Comments for JAYLEE:

Ack! Don't give your child this name! It sounds too cutesy to age properly, and how will anyone take your daughter seriously when she becomes an adult? All of these trendy "-lee", "-aden", and "-lyn" names drive me crazy!
-- gaelruadh19  1/14/2007
There's something very "off" about this name. It just doesn't sound right.
-- Jasmine  2/28/2007
My niece's name is Jaylee, and I absolutly hate it! Her mother thought it was "really cute", and since her mother is no longer in her life, we all call her Breanne (her middle name). Breanne just sounds more "normal".
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2007
I actually saw a little boy with this name, that's much worse than a girl having it. Just because Jay and Lee are boy names doesn't mean you should combine them!
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2007
How does combining two boys' names make a girls' name, I ask of you?
-- Clodagh  1/9/2008
Sounds like a word for a person in jail. Tacky, trashy, and child-like.
-- slight night shiver  4/24/2008
Yuck. What a trashy and babyish name. I don't know why names like this are so popular now.
-- bananarama  2/6/2010
Jaylee reminds me of Richmal, in that two masculine names (in the latter's case, Richard and Michael) are combined to create a feminine name. Granted, Jaylee isn't *quite* as bad as Richmal... but it's still bad.
And I agree with the poster who said it sounds like someone who is in jail.
-- erb816  8/15/2010
Sounds manufactured. Like something you'd name a pop star because their old name was too "boring" to sell records. Personally, these kind of names bug me: Jayden, Karlee, Ainsley--- forget it! Name your kid something traditional! If these are the names of the next few generations (our children's children) then our world will be full of trendy names that sound snobbish and fake.
-- Anonymous User  8/23/2010
This is the type of name to give your daughter if you don't want her to be taken seriously as an adult. It sounds perpetually, hopelessly babyish and trendoid, and also like a slang word for someone who's in jail.
-- Anyechka  1/17/2014
My cousin is named Jalie after our great grandmother. I like this spelling much better than Jaylee.
-- amberl  3/29/2014
Ouch. Coincidentally that's my name. I love it and I think it is wonderful. My name came from a mixture of my parent's middle names. Everyone who has met me says they love my name and think its beautiful. So I agree with them :)
-- Anonymous User  5/19/2014
My daughter's name is Jaylee and I love it. I can't believe everyone's so harsh on here about a child's name. My daughter is taken seriously and anyone who wouldn't take her seriously because of her name is the one who is childish and an idiot. What are all of your names, so we can go trash your names because I bet they aren't as unique and special. A lot of people who have this name, have it because it has been passed down or has a meaning.
-- cml7410  5/27/2014
I think everyone that is dissing the name Jaylee, has no experience with the name. My name is Jaylee and everyone takes me seriously and sure I'm not fond of my own name, I deal with it and I have slowly grown to like my name. My name is partially from my grandmother's middle name Lee, so Lee isn't necessarily taken from a guy's name. My parents thought that when I got older I could go by Jay or Lee or even Jaylee. I personally prefer to be called JJ by my older siblings.
-- Anonymous User  7/6/2014
My daughter's name is also Jaylee. Not Jay Lee how most pronounce it, it's one word! I did not combine the two. I never even heard of the name before, just wanted something different, not something I heard a lot and thought the name was cute. I'd like to know some of your names. Also, how does Jaylee sound trashy? I spelled it just as it sounds not like these names Kailiegh or however you choose to spell it - maybe that's why people think you combine two boys names. Whatever the reason you chose the name it is a nice name, not childish and I agree if my daughter is not taken seriously because of her name, who is the childish one?
-- Shar87  2/18/2015

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