User comments for Kaycee

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I like this spelling of Casey! It's pronounced just like it's spelled, Kay Sea. Casey looks like Cassie to me, and so do other spellings like Kasey.
― Anonymous User  9/21/2007
This is just stupid. The name itself is youthful, the spelling looks like something a 15-year-old immature parent would come up with, and you'd hate to have this name with this spelling as an adult, when you'd kind of wish people would assume you are intelligent and competent.
slight night shiver  4/25/2008
It's not that bad. Seriously.
― Anonymous User  5/31/2008
This name looks so tacky. Spell it Casey please.
number1212  6/3/2008
This name looks just ridiculous.
bananarama  11/4/2008
This is even worse than "Kacie"! When will parents stop thinking in the moment and think of their children's futures? A good name makes a huge difference, and this name is a cruel joke to play on a child; who will take her seriously as she grows older? Stick with something classic, timeless, and elegant which will serve her well as an adult and yet still has the potential for pet names, like Lavinia, Helena, Marguerite, Tatiana, or Cecilia.
gaelruadh19  1/27/2009
This is a ridiculous spelling! Name your child Casey or Kasey instead!
-Julia-  8/1/2009
It's not that bad. It's worse.

I like Casey for a boy, Kasey for a girl. Keep it simple.
ListenToAsuka  1/7/2012
I agree with ListenToAsuka, it's worse than bad. The spelling Kaycee is just not nice. I think Casey/Kasey is better, although all its variants seem feminine to me. I'm sorry of I have offended anyone with this name because this is just my opinion, if you like it use it.
― Anonymous User  7/24/2016
I take back what I said in the previous comment, the name Kaycee has grown on me. I like it now. It's not my favourite but it's still a nice name and it's spelled how it sounds which is a plus. This spelling also looks more feminine unlike the spellings Casey/Kasey. Good name.
― Anonymous User  9/27/2016
This babyish, ugly spelling is a great way to ensure its bearer isn't taken seriously past early childhood! What's so wrong with the traditional, standard spelling Casey? It's like people have forgotten a name is supposed to age with its bearer, not just sound cute during the first few years.
Anyechka  12/13/2016

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