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Dude this name is METAL!
-- Midgard666  10/1/2006
This is horrible, in my opinion. They took a perfectly wonderful name and made it look so trashy. It's hard for me to figure out what it's supposed to be when I first see it. Why do you need and x AND a z anyway?
-- CamilleTheGreat  11/3/2006
Gag.
-- Emmasj  12/20/2006
The X and Z right next to each other look really bad. This spelling should technically be said "ex-ZZ-av-ee-er". Why add an extra syllable? Use the old spelling. It acually make sense.
-- scarletquillraven  3/23/2007
It has a bit of an appeal to me, but I have to say, I think whoever made this up had a desicion making problem. I don't think it "needs" the extra letter, but it does add something. I'd use it for a character or middle name.
-- WritersEye  6/19/2007
This spelling makes my brain hurt.
-- arrowhead909  8/6/2007
I think it's a wonderful spelling. X-avier sounds plain. Now X-zavier sounds interesting.
-- Anonymous User  3/31/2008
This name, which is Xavier misspelled, making it not truly a real name, CANNOT be pronounced in English. If it were to be pronounced as ex-ay-vee-ur, it would have to be spelled Exavier or X-avier (still not real names). Each syllable in English requires a separate vowel (or more than one together), unless the name of a letter is to be said as part of the word--or name for that matter, but this would not be appropriate for names--when the letter is offset by a hyphen or by hyphens, as in x-ray and e-mail. Don't name a baby this. Use Xavier, actually a real name, pronounced in English, zay-vee-ur.
-- greta-elisif  5/23/2008
I like this name, I think everyone goes on about how names are so "popular and over used" that it's nice to shake things up and spell it a bit different. Would definitely pronounce it "X-ZA-VI-UR" though.
-- Anonymous User  12/28/2008
This spelling hurts my eyes! Xavier is a perfectly fine name; there is no need to butcher it. And it doesn't matter how "unique" that the spelling of "Xzavier" is, it's still "Xavier", it's still an ordinary, everyday name; at least people can recognize "Xavier"!
-- gaelruadh19  2/14/2009
I know someone called Xzavier, and his name is indeed pronounced ex-ZAY-vee-ur. Apparently the parents weren't sure whether Xavier was pronounced ZAY-vee-ur or ex-AY-vee-ur, so they included both pronunciations to keep everyone happy.

(I actually didn't know anyone else had this name! I thought it was a one-off oddity. An important lesson for anyone trying to be unique I guess).
-- keepitreal  1/17/2011
Starting off if you're a fan of college sports the school Xavier is pronounced za-vi-er. I personally think a college would get it right. Ending off I like Xzavier so much, it's my 1st born son's name. It looks better and no other letter that I know of is pronounced twice in the alphabet or names/words.
-- macinu  6/19/2012
Why do people feel the need to spell names so phonetically these days? I'm pretty sure people are perfectly capable of pronouncing "Xavier", there's no need to add in the Z. Xzavier just looks so weird.
-- Anonymous User  2/11/2013

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