Hi, I'm Addyson. And I'm a girl. I have 3 friends that are named Addyson but they are all spelled differently but two of them have the same spelling. There is me, Adyson, Addison, and Other Addison. I don't understand why people don't like this name on girls because I am perfectly fine with my name and like it! My nickname is Addy which is what a lot of my friends call me but my aunts and uncles call me Addy bug, and mostly that but I like my nickname, Addy.
sistersquad1014  1/22/2021
Just as pompous and noncompelling as Addison.
noisynora  12/12/2020
This spelling does not flow well. It looks like "Addy son".
someone-  5/1/2020
Love the name Addyson for a girl. Even though Addison is the more well known Scottish surname, multiple variations (including Addyson) are recorded in historical Scottish census. Another note: the trading of Y for I in language is not a new phenomenon. It’s called a short Y sound. Ex: Hymn, Lyric, Rhythm. Or if you’d rather, Egypt or Pyramid.
Azraelpatrick2  5/20/2019
Lovely modern variant! Definitely more feminine than the surname Addison (although cute too) and I love that the nickname “Addy” is built right in! This name is strong, sophisticated and sassy! There will definitely be some Addyson's rocking the world in the years to come!
Azraelpatrick  3/27/2019
Stop unnecessarily replacing Is with Ys. It doesn't make a name look more feminine when you do that.
Luvbug86  10/13/2018
Looks like someone saying Addy's son in terrible grammar.
Curious me  7/21/2018
In my opinion it does look feminine, but not in a good way. As in, it looks like a warped masculine name, that parents desperately wanted to gender swap. No offense to any Addysons or Addisons. I just really dislike this spelling; I have mixed feelings for Addison as well.
― Anonymous User  3/21/2018
Addison is a wonderful name and adding y makes it even better. No one should ever say the awful things that are on here because I bet all those people are jealous they don't have a name as great as this one, also if you add a y it definitely makes it more feminine.
agsummers12  9/19/2017
Oh wonderful. Another masculine name with a slaughtered and "feminized" spelling variation.
It may be difficult for some to comprehend but 'Addison' will always sound masculine regardless of how you choose to spell it. Plus, Addison is the better spelling anyway no matter what gender you choose to place it on.

For a GIRL: Adaline\Adeline, Adelaide, Addy\Addie, Adelina. Alison\Allison\Alyson\Allyson, the only 'son' suffix name that is actually suitable on girls.
― Anonymous User  2/20/2017
If you prefer Addy spelling go this route. Looks more modern! And takes away the surname look and feel.
LV51sfan91  4/5/2015
Terrible! Adding a Y doesn't make it more feminine.
merilwen  7/15/2012

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