Comments for the name Makenzie

Comments for MAKENZIE:

This is the name of my niece. My sister and her boyfriend decided that they prefer this spelling over "Mackenzie," since the latter spelling can be either masculine or feminine. Also, Makenzie is more readily shortened to the nickname "Kenzie."
-- Phoenix Flower  10/1/2005
I like the name Makenzie. If your name is Makenzie you don't have a bad nickname that's for sure. You have Kenzie and probably others but overall I don't think it's a bad name.
-- cowgirl  12/19/2005
I'm not saying that I like the spelling of Mackenzie better this way but my name is spelt MACKENZIE and my nickname is still KENZIE. Just saying that KENZIE can be a nickname for both MACKENZIE and MAKENZIE.
-- Rockos_Modern_Life_1  1/6/2006
This is the spelling people with little imagination and innovation, not to mention taste, go for, when they'd like to use an overused name, but don't like the part of it that makes it masculine and surname-y. Well, it's just the tacky name MacKenzie misspelled, and the pronunciation hardly differs.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2008
My niece has this name, but it is spelled Makenzi. I'm actually really fond of that spelling. We call her Kenzi, or even just Kenz for short.
-- Brizzle  8/21/2008
So much for MacCoinnich... this is a terrible spelling.
-- FlakyMatt  6/19/2011
Horrible, horrible name. Truth, it doesn't have "Mc" or "Mac" anymore, but you know what else? This name, along with Makenzi, Mekensie, MiKenzy, and all those other horrid kri8tyve "spellings", has been butchered so much that it no longer has an actual MEANING. Makenzie doesn't mean anything. It's just a mutation of Mackenzie, another name that sucks, but at least has history. Parents, the world doesn't need names like this. Makenzie, Jayden, Nevaeh, Kayleigh, Aelieyah, Madisynne, yuck.
-- Black_X  9/16/2011
Oh, god. This is such a joke. I can't believe people actually name their kids this! What about it appeals to you?! It's not even spelled right, and it may seem like you're trying to be creative by changing the spelling, but really, it just looks so incredibly stupid. And, the REAL spelling of this name means "son of Kenneth"! I guess the type to name their daughters Makenzie would also think that Madison and Addison are perfectly acceptable as female names. One more thing... Imagine an eighty year old (or even forty year old) woman named "Makenzie"! Hilarious, I know. Unfortunately, it's not gonna be so funny for the poor bearer.
-- Anonymous User  1/28/2013
Why is this 'name' so popular? If you think you're being unique by spelling it like this, you're not. This spelling is currently (barely) more popular than Mckenzie. This name won't die! I'm sick to death of this baby name and all its variants.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2013

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