Comments for the name Madalyn


Comments for MADALYN:

I really like this spelling of the more common 'Madeleine,' as it seems to have more Old English influences.
-- quince  2/18/2007
I love it! It is much prettier and more modern than Madeline!
-- Taydbug112  7/21/2007
I like this spelling a lot better than Madeline.
-- outsiders_fan  3/29/2008
If I ever have a daughter I am going to name her Madalyn. I love the spelling, because it contains the nicknames of two of the most influential people in my life, My aunt Linda [Lyn] and my uncle Marty [Mad]. A fantastic name.
-- heartagram666  6/26/2008
Oh no, not another -lyn name.
-- Emerson  8/10/2008
I think that the spelling "Madilyn" is better but overall I love the name.
-- luvmynameshaelyn  3/1/2009
Madalyn Murray O'Hair (1919-1995) was an American atheism activist, socialist, an anarchist.
-- bananarama  1/4/2011
I will be blunt: This is a horrid butchering of an otherwise decent name. "Madalyn" is not "Madeline," and should not be considered a "variant." It is a kre8tiv, made-up version, with the popular ending of "-lyn" (which actually appears very unintelligent if it were not included in the true, original form-- hence: this name.)
While yes, I understand the point of honoring loved-ones, you can very well still do so, and, keep the name acceptable in the professional world (made-up names have a tendency to slow career progress, unfortunately for the innocent bearer).

This spelling has always thrown me off a bit... too similar to the instrument "Mandolin." However, the correct form has never done so.
-- Francesca  5/1/2011
Saying this name has old English influences is like saying Kaiden is a classic, timeless name and James is modern trash.
-- Anonymous User  3/28/2013
Looks like Madeleine was chucked into the trendy machine and it spat out this.
-- Anonymous User  5/29/2013
I can't believe I'm saying this, but I actually like this spelling. It's the pronunciation that counts, and the name is simply beautiful. But this is about as creative with the spelling as I would get. Things like Madilynn, Madolyn, Maddelynne, etc. Are just ugly.
-- Anonymous User  7/22/2013

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