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The Whitney Chronicles is the title of a Christian "chick-lit" book by Judy Baer.
-- Anonymous User  3/4/2006
A famous bearer is singer Whitney Houston.
-- christianchick07  4/13/2006
My last name, I've been called Whitney Ellen by so many teachers you have no idea. Anyways, I think it's a nice first name too.
-- ellen day  5/20/2006
This name is so beautiful, I also plan on naming a daughter this.
-- love_names  9/9/2006
The name Whitney makes me think of the smartest and most beautiful girl in the world with the prettiest eyes and most gorgeous smile. And for some reason she also has cute Terry McKissick legs.
-- babyjoe21  9/29/2006
I think it's a very pretty name and that it is fun to say and beautiful to hear. It's also not popular and it doesn't have any bad connotations, which are both great assets. Overall, I think Whitney is a great name which makes people think of strength and intelligence.
-- babyjoe21  9/29/2006
A famous bearer is Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cotton gin.
-- Anonymous User  11/27/2006
This poor girl I know, her name is "Whitney Spears." I will feel sorry for her FOREVER!
-- Anonymous User  1/28/2007
Paris Hilton's middle name.
-- Jassie  5/8/2007
I think the name Whitney is better used on a girl than a guy. In my town the name has come popular.
-- skylar_22  6/6/2007
I love this name, to me it just sounds pretty.
-- joanie2007  8/11/2007
Whitney, TX
Whitney, NE
Whitney, WV
also Lake Whitney in Texas and Whitney Lake in Nebraska.
-- Anonymous User  8/11/2007
The name of Lana Lang's original boyfriend in the Smallville series.
-- Evil  8/30/2007
My name is Whitney and honestly I love my name. It is rare that I run into someone with it and I value that uniqueness. Now the downside to that is that people very often end up calling me "Britney" or "Wendy", I get that a lot. But once you correct them then they never forget the name because it is unique enough. I also dislike this comment I get so much: "Whitney? As in Whitney Houston?". Lol it makes me want to say NO not as in Whitney Houston, I am NOT Whitney Houston. But overall it is a great name and I am glad I have it. I am really surprised with the changing trends it has not yet come back into popularity.
-- Eowyn07  9/21/2007
Whitney sounds like a great name. It's definitely preferable to the name Britney. I hope it never becomes too popular, I wouldn't mind naming my daughter (or son) Whitney. It just sounds like a very strong and intelligent name to me.
-- sawyer912  11/20/2007
Trashy.
-- Anonymous User  11/23/2007
I think Whitney is a wee bit too feminine for a little boy.
-- jasmineenimsaj  1/26/2008
This name is a little too creative for me, but it also has the unique edge to it.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/6/2008
It seems like a very serious name, along the lines of Hadley, Prescott, and Addison. It's a strong name.
-- ashesofroses88  3/11/2008
Also used in Ireland.
-- Dianna475  4/10/2008
Whitney is the middle name of actress Anne Hathaway.
-- misspelled  4/27/2008
I have a certain difficulty imagining a guy named Whitney after only knowing the female singer Whitney Houston as the bearer of this name for so long. The name has never sounded masculine to me, and I also know it to be Paris Hilton's middle name. It actually suits her better than it does Whitney Houston, as the name itself sounds white. This name also rhymes with Brittany/Britney. All in all, it wouldn't sound very masculine today. The first syllable sounds masculine enough, but the second destroys that effect.
-- slight night shiver  5/13/2008
It's bad enough that this is Paris Hilton's middle name, but even worse is Whitney Houston, who behind a beautiful voice hides a life of drugs.
-- bananarama  9/30/2008
I personally wish this name would go back to being strictly a boy's name. I would love to name a son Whitney. If I do end up using it, I will more than likely use it as a middle name, partly to avoid teasing but also because I simply prefer it in the middle.
-- my_name_isobel  11/27/2008
This name was strictly a boy's name until the later half of the 20th century.
-- my_name_isobel  11/27/2008
My name is Whitney, I'm a 25 year old male. Whitney is a family name (my father and great grandfather both used it).

Whitney is actually my middle name but for some reason I went by it (my father did as well). When I was young I used to get a lot of grief for it, but once I was in junior high it was never an issue again.

I have met several female Whitney's, though I've had any as a classmate/co-worker/close friend, so I suppose it's not that common of a name. I find that people tend to remember my name easier because most people haven't met a male Whitney before.

Last weekend I met my first male Whitney at a mutual friend's house party. We both agreed that no matter how high a note Whitney Houston can sing, we'd still be able to forgive her.

In conclusion, love my name and glad I never started using my lame first name.
-- wwwhitney  6/6/2009
Whitney Thompson, first full-figured winner of ANTM, Cycle 10.
-- mattaliano  1/14/2010
It is my name and I LOVE LOVE LOVE it. I've always loved it. Whitney Housten's popularity annoyed me in the 80s because people are not very original but I never wished Whitney wasn't my name. It's very rare that I ever run into another Whitney but my name is not so rare people act like they have never heard it or know how to pronounce it. I met a boy name Whitney in college and he seemed to like his name and be well adjusted.
-- ms.wd  12/4/2010
I think Whitney is a pretty name for a girl. ^^
-- Anonymous User  12/28/2010
I really can't imagine Whitney on a boy! Mainly because most people (I'm not saying everyone but most people) will immediately think of Whitney Houston.
-- starz26  2/28/2011
I love the name Whitney for a boy and am glad to hear there are male Whitneys out there who like their name! I think Whitney sounds really dated, boring and cheap on a girl but extremely handsome and dashing on a boy. If I can I'd love to name a future son Whitney and call him Whit.
-- Madyson  9/2/2011
Whitney Houston died in Feburary 2012. [noted -ed]
-- MissMiaow123  2/25/2012
My name, barf. I think this is such a ditzy-sounding name. I was named after Whitney Houston. She seemed like a decent person, though I don't care for her music. Though I also associate it with that annoying pink-haired gym leader in Pokemon, which puts me off it more.
-- Lolth  4/2/2013
Such a beautiful name for a girl. I could not see this name on a guy. It's super unique and it ages perfectly. I would definitely use this.
-- lottie15ward  7/6/2013
Wow, I think it sounds masculine. It did originate as a surname, after all. II guess I'm in the minority; I think Whitney would sound very handsome on a boy. It seems quite unfeminine and harsh to me, but unfortunately it's pretty much unusable for boys these days. I can also see it aging well on a boy; not so much on a girl however. It's quite dated on females.
-- Anonymous User  8/17/2013
I usually can't stand used-to-be-male names on females, but I can't help but like Whitney on a girl.
-- citylights  8/20/2013
On the show Smallville, Lana's season 1 love interest was a male named Whitney Fordman.
-- avaname  3/4/2014
This is my name and I hate hate hate this name. I find more guys with this name than girls and frankly, I just don't like it at all.
-- dreadedmom  7/7/2014

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