Comments for the name Madisyn

Comments for MADISYN:

I know a family who is going to adopt a little Chinese baby girl and name her Madisyn, because where we live there is an area called Madison County, and they did not want it to be spelled like the county name. This name is unique, and I think the little girl will like it. I know I do!
-- Patricia Underwood  2/16/2008
I actually prefer this spelling over Madison. Now NO ONE can say, "Oh, Madisyn is a boy's name."
-- jasmineenimsaj  2/18/2008
I totally agree. Madison seems like James Madison and yet Madisyn sounds like 'Maddie-sin" or "Maddie-sun" not 'Maddie-son". I'd pick this name over Maddison or Madison any day!
-- Patricia Underwood  2/20/2008
Madisyn is a variant of Madison - a boys name. You can't change the meaning just by replacing the 'o' with an 'y'.
-- Anonymous User  10/3/2009
What is it with Americans today, thinking a 'y' in the position of the unstressed vowel turns a name feminine? One could argue, of course, that since the ''syn'' means nothing, the name doesn't have the masculine meaning 'son of', but it's still just a silly, youthful spelling of Madison. Very bland.
-- slight night shiver  4/29/2008
I love this name. It's so sweet!
-- Makenna14  4/24/2009
Cute name. But I like Madison better. Seems like people would always misspell it this way.
-- Lexi_Love14  7/23/2009
I really dislike all the trendy, kre8tive spellings for perfectly lovely names like Madison, Catherine, Caitilin, Jasmine, etc. I don't get why people need to misspell their children's names. It just makes it look cheap, overly trendy, and trashy.
-- Anniemao  8/22/2011

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