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My 13 year old son is named Kaden, born in 1992. He is artistic, independent and very creative in all aspects of his life.
-- 911mom  3/5/2005
I love the name Kaden for a boy. I would prefer the K spelling over the C because it looks more masculine. I read somewhere that Kaden was Arabic meaning friend or companion.
-- Anonymous User  4/26/2006
Kaden is my 8-year-old brother's name. It suits him perfectly, it's such a cute name! Kaden's middle name is Matthew (has a nice flow doesn't it?) Kaden is a fairly poplaur name where we live. There are 2 other Kadens in his school.
-- princess_alpha  5/26/2006
This name should actually be pronounced KAYD-n.
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2006
I first heard this name three years ago, when some people I know gave it to their son. I thought it was a new and rare name, but then I learned that not only are there older people with this name, but Kaden and all the rhyming names have recently exploded in popularity.
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2006
I'm a writer and when I create characters I love finding names that aren't too common and when I stumbled upon this name I found that I LOVED it. =) Kaden just has a certain ring to it :]
-- m3ssyjesi  1/9/2007
There is one reason why I’m not fond over this name. One nickname for Kaden might be Kady. Kady would be WAY to cutesie for a boy and it's primarily just a girls name! Overall it’s not a bad name. But parents call your son Kaden or Kade. Please don’t ever call him Kady!
-- Anonymous User  2/20/2007
Kaden, spelled with the letter "K", comes from the Arabic name Khaden/Khadin. Since Arabic uses a completely different alaphabet than English, this spelling is one of the American variant translations of the original Arabic name. It is important to note, however, that the spelling Caden would be incorrect and would not be considered an Arabic name. The Arabic alphabet does not have a letter C so there are no Arabic names beginning with that letter.

There is a city in Iran named Khaden: http://directory.geoboss.com/Directory/Middle_East/Iran/KHOOZESTAN_OSTANOF/KHADEN.23bcfc-summary.html
Sometimes this city is spelled as Khadeyn, Khadain, Khâdeyn, Khâden again because of our differing alphabets.
-- Jesterette  5/22/2007
Kaden, Aiden, Jaden, Braden, Hayden. I think the -aden sound is overused.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2008
The whole '-aden' is indeed overused, but I seriously love this name. A handsome man with messy, short black hair and green eyes comes to mind when I think of this name. Don't ask why, my imagination's pretty weird.
-- CanadianChibi  11/20/2008
I named my daughter Kaden in 2007! I really like this name for a girl.
-- Anonymous User  3/11/2009
This name just screams "Hey I was born in the 2000's". It will not age well.
-- number1212  5/14/2009
I hate this name. It sounds like the name of a spoiled brat, and it's one of those dumb -aden names that everyone seems to be obsessed with. They're all trashy and juvenile, so get over it.
-- bananarama  7/24/2009
Popularity:
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-- blaaarg  11/13/2009
This is NOT an Arabic name, and is popular in the U.S. ONLY for its sound. It rhymes with all the other -aden names: Ayden, Kaden, Brayden, Hayden, Tayden, Layden, Fayden, Grayden, Zaiden, Traiden, Bayden, Jaden, Nayden, Rayden, Payden, and so on and so forth.
-- kazoopilot  1/15/2010
Just gross. Doesn't even sound like a name.
-- Anonymous User  2/1/2010
Ignorant and trashy parents choose this name.
-- johann14  3/30/2010
Also, Kaden is a small town in rural France. Naming your child this would be like a French person naming their kid "Chattanooga" or "Willacoochee."
-- kazoopilot  7/3/2011
Another icky white trash name. Bleh.
-- Bonquiqui  6/19/2012
This made-up name looks and sounds absolutely awful. I was never a fan of the whole -aden trend for boys. I cringed when someone on a mailing list I was on, some years back, proudly announced this name for his new baby. He said he and his wife belatedly discovered how common it was, but they still liked it. This name completely lacks class, grace, dignity, maturity, professionalism, and any grounding in etymology. At least other made-up names that don't have old origins are based in sound etymology, not made by sticking a random letter or syllable onto a trendy suffix.
-- Anyechka  12/19/2012
A traditional Irish name meaning daughter of Kenda, derived from the name Kenda.
-- courier  6/22/2013
Kaden in Ireland pronounced Kaid - en.
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2013

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