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A variant of this is Keyshawn, used by American football player Keyshawn Johnson.
-- SSF  10/29/2006
What is wrong with these parents who take a perfectly good name and then mangle them into these horrendous "names"? It looks like something that some lower-class person might give to their son; trashy, stagnant, harsh, insubstantial (by that, I mean that there's no meaning to it), something that might set your son up for trouble if he climbs up the social ladder; who will take him seriously with an indignity like this?
-- gaelruadh19  1/27/2007
The prefix really ruins this name.
-- slight night shiver  4/26/2008
I usually don't like modern names, but this one I find tolerable. I'd prefer to spell it "Keshan", though.
-- Pippin  4/26/2008
I don't have a problem with ARTFULLY invented names, but honestly, this sounds like a sneeze: "Keshawn! Keshawn! Excuse me!"
Aside, I wish people would drop the race/class directed comments and judgmental attitude.
-- thesnowwhiterose  12/2/2014
The name Keshawn was given to 83 boys born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/22/2016
I think the name is tough and has class. I really hate the fact that African American names get so much hate. The people who create these names want to be creative and people who are from upper-class backgrounds also like to mix it up a bit too. I mean we have names like Kesha, Amiee, Sage, Ryott, Tu, and Basil that are popular with non-lower class and non-black parents too.
-- CaptainPotatoChips  7/10/2016

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