Comments for the name Mckenzie


Comments for MCKENZIE:

I have always loved that name, since I was a little girl. I am thinking of changing my last name to McKenzie!
-- Anonymous User  1/24/2006
Hearing this as a first name on a girl always cracks me up.
-- pink_floyd_fan  8/21/2006
This sounds great as a surname, but as a first name? No.
-- Anonymous User  9/26/2006
One of my best friends is named McKenzie! It rocks! Also, if you spell it, you can put MOUSE at the end and make it sound like song!
-- tommybabe  1/16/2007
Pronounced Mic Ken zee.
-- Angel122006  2/4/2007
My name is Mckenzie, I've always loved it. It's unique and I have to say that I've only met about three other Mckenzies in my life. I wouldn't change it for anything else.
-- Anonymous User  5/7/2007
Unique my arse!
-- kneebone  6/27/2007
This is just about as masculine and unappealing as it gets.
-- rebeccar  12/14/2007
Also used in Ireland.
-- Dianna475  3/26/2008
What? As a first name for a girl? If so, any Irish person making that choice needs to hand over their citizenship, sharpish.

Still, it doesn't really surprise me. Ireland succumbed to the faux-Irish Erin and Colleen.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2008
Even though this wasn't popular in the 80s, it makes me picture a little girl from a middle class American family with ghastly clothes and hair back in the 80s. It's not cute for a little girl, it sounds infantile and tacky, and I find it weird to imagine there may be cute cheerleaders, homecoming queens, and prom queens named McKenzie 15 years from now. The name is very surname-y and rather masculine, but it doesn't sound like a serious name for any adult.
-- slight night shiver  4/30/2008
'Mc' or 'Mac' at the beginning of a name usually means 'son of', so I find it strange when a girl bears this kind of name.
-- jedi_skye  11/10/2008
My daughter's name is McKenzie. Although in its origin Mc may mean son of, we live in a culture where most people don't know or don't care about the history of names, we just pick what we like. I like the sound of it. Honestly it did take some getting used to calling my sweet little baby McKenzie now I say it loud and say it proud.

And remember most names after they have crossed the gender line they soon become more popular as girl names. Think about Leslie or Kim, check them out.
-- Ladybird1205  7/8/2009
More popular for boys in England. Hasn't crossed this stupid "gender line" yet. I prefer Kim and Leslie on boys. Always have.
-- Anonymous User  7/23/2009
Bears repeating. More popular on BOYS in England by far.
-- Anonymous User  10/28/2009
My name's McKenzie but people shorten it down to just Kenzie. It doesn't sound masculine to me. I'd probably laugh if I met a guy with the first name McKenzie. All I've ever been told about my full name is that it's extremely pretty, probably because my middle name is Taylor. Kenzie Taylor just happens to sound very feminine to me, and I don't think it's just because I'm used to hearing the name referred to me.
-- baybeekenzie  11/17/2009
Brittany "Mckey" Sullivan winner of ANTM Cycle 11. Mckey is short for Mckenzie.
-- mattaliano  1/14/2010
It's beyond me why anyone would use this trashy name. It sounds like an Irish last name, because it IS, and it just sounds preposterous.
-- Aureliano  2/26/2010
I like Mackenzie better.
-- nicole_10107  6/2/2010
Trashy and childish. I put it into the same category as names like Madison.
-- Black_X  1/1/2011
Funny, because I know sisters named Madison and Mackenzie. Yes, sisters. It's gut-wrenching, I know.
-- Anonymous User  6/12/2013
My names Makenzie and I love my name.. not many people have the name, I only know two others with the name and they're both girls.. don't judge the name based on where it comes from or the meaning or anything, if you like it, use it if you don't then don't..
-- kenzie_xx  8/19/2013
This is my name. I kind of hate it, but then again it's better than my parents' first choice for me. I don't really answer to it unless it's relatives, but even then they don't always call me McKenzie, they call me either Kenzie or Kenni.
-- KenniWinchester  4/17/2014
I'm British and McKenzie is more popular on boys - quite trashy though. I've never understood this trend of last names as first names e.g. Cooper, Carter, Ryder, Parker etc.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2014

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