Comments for the name Kimberlyn

Comments for KIMBERLYN:

I've never heard this name before, but I like it, it's sweet. But then again I like anything with Lyn added to the end of it.
-- KatrinaLee  1/10/2006
I think this name is a great alternative to Kimberly. I am surprised it isn't used more with Katelyn being so popular. It is a pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
I've also seen it spelled Kimberlin. This is a very pretty name, in my opinion.
-- trayc53  8/27/2006
Seriously though, this "-lyn" trend is truly out of hand and it is truly growing old. As if Kimberly were not enough, now there has to be "-yn" to the end of every female name?! I cannot believe how deluded that parents are that they create these frivolous, undignified horrors for their little girls, all just to be "unique"?! What about dignity? What about actually learning a name that actually means something and actually fits throughout life?
-- gaelruadh19  1/27/2007
What is up with this name? Anything with -lyn at the end is too trendy and will usually not age very well. It also sounds like something people with more money than sense would name their daughter.
-- bananarama  10/6/2008
Wow. Some of you people saying harsh things about this name really have no clue. My daughter (who will be four in July 2009) is named Kimberlynn (two N's). I am deeply offended by the jerk who claimed that I am rich pompous snob. That can not be further from the truth. Now, as to why we chose Kimberlynn for a name. Well, when it came to baby names, I liked "Kimberly" but my wife said "that's too common, so many girls are named Kimberly." We wanted something a little different, but not SO different that it would traumatize her for life. So she added two N's and we got KimberlyNN. I liked it. I still do. And it does not sound "snobby" or "pompous" at ALL. I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I did that to my child. It's a cute name and if you do enough research it actually does mean something. It fits my daughter well and her personality and all her teachers at preschool think so as well. I like having a child who doesn't share the same name with 5 others in her class. It is NOT snobby. I didn't name her "Muffin," "Candy," "Priscilla," "Kitten," "MoonFlower," "Sunshine," "Porcha," "Angellica," "Angel," "Rosebud," "Francesca," "Ava", or "Tigerlily." Now THOSE are "rich snob" sounding names to me.
-- keving79  6/14/2009
I like the name. I have a 13 year old cousin with it and she seems to really like it. Plus, the nickname Kimmy/Kimmie is adorable.
-- Piccadilly  2/23/2010
Is this a joke? I sure hope I never meet anyone with this name.
-- Alora  4/4/2010
That is my name, and I am VERY happy with it. I am a great, smart individual. I am only 14 and I am very appalled seeing the nasty things people have written. I have not yet in my life met another Kimberlyn, but I'm sure they are wonderful!
-- kimmikutie  1/18/2011
Oh, gross. Why do parents have to stick -lyn on the end of every other female name? This name is incredibly youthful, and it won't fit an intelligent and serious woman, or any other type of woman, for that matter. I actually think this name sounds masculine. Kimberly is a LOT better.
-- Black_X  10/9/2011
I don't think the names Priscilla and Francesca are "pompous" at all!
-- Anonymous User  4/18/2013
What rude comments! This is my name and I love it! I'm 20 years old and my mom didn't name me this because of the weird baby name trend. She got it from Kimberlin Brown, the soap opera star. I think this name is very beautiful and unique. Like Amberlin and Gracelyn. Lynn adds character to a name. I'm a smart and unique individual. So I think this name deserves its recognition.
-- kimberlyn13  10/1/2013
I named by daughter Kimberlin. We chose this name because it is my mother's maiden name--my grandparents' last name is Kimberlin. We did not just stick the ending "lin" to Kimberly as some people have commented. I always wanted to have a daughter named Kimberlin; it has nothing to do with the "lyn" trend. Since Kimberlin is a family name, it has great meaning to me. I also think it is very unique, elegant, and pretty. I am proud of her name!
-- Anonymous User  1/31/2014
Sounds way too girly to me. The "lyn" part at the end is unnecessary, I don't really like Kimberly though either even though it's my godmother's name. I don't like Kim either. I don't know, just not my cup of tea.
-- Anonymous User  3/3/2014

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