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I prefer Madison, but that's just because it's my name. And to anyone who thinks that "Madison" is tryndeiigh, what about this?
DontDissMadison  12/30/2007
Yuck. Terrible corruption of an already terrible name. Parents naming their daughters this have no idea of English pronunciation. I only want to say "Maid-ee-sun".
― Anonymous User  11/9/2011
What an ANNOYING name with a trashy spelling. I can't stand this name regardless of how it's spelled or which gender it's on and absolutely REFUSE for anyone with this name to belittle me. To think that they are better than everyone else as though they NEED to keep up with the stigma that follows the name.
Why prove it even more?
― Anonymous User  12/29/2014
This is my name. My parents are both educated. My mother is a teacher and she certainly knows how to spell, and is familiar with proper English pronunciation. Her name is Robyn (notice the "y" replaces the "i") so spelling my name Madyson was a connection to that. Do you pronounce Gladys "GLAY-diss"? No? Then Madyson shouldn't be TOO hard for you to figure out. It is a trendy spelling, and the name Madison (and any variant) is tired. But I am 28 years old and was nearly the only Madyson I knew growing up. While I would never bestow it on a child, I do not hate my name and feel it really fits me.
Madyson  3/6/2015
An overrated name with a horrible, alternative spelling. I can't stand this name and especially the several stereotypes it seems to follow.

CAN WE PLEASE FIND ANOTHER NAME TO FILL THE TOP NAMES? In no way does this name deserve this much recognition. It's been decades on the most popular name chart. Give it up already.
― Anonymous User  5/21/2015
If replacing vowels with y's makes a name feminine, the best variant for you is Mydysyn.
Eileen1209864  7/2/2016
Ugh for the love of god people, just stick to the spelling of Madison please! And at a push, Maddison.

Madyson & Madisyn: No! Where are the parent's heads at?

Plus, Madyson looks like it would be said as "Mady-sin" rather than how you would say "Madison" anyway.
― Anonymous User  9/5/2016
The name Madyson was given to 276 girls born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017

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