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Chase Devineaux, a dimwitted detective in the Netflix animated series Carmen Sandiego.
Reminds me of the bank.
What's Chase chasing?
Whenever I hear this name I think of a pretty lady looking at a guy saying "Hey Chase" very delicately.
Chase Atlantic is a band.
Such a cool boy's name!
Chase from Paw Patrol. When I was in 1st grade, I LOVED Paw Patrol. Now I think it's stupid.
I like it. It has a nice ring to it.
Lil huddy.
Can also be feminine.
Bad, just bad.
Chase is a nice name. No offense, but I can’t really see it on a girl.
Chase is the best name.
Sooooooo very cool must be good at every game.
Chase from Paw Patrol.
Such a cute boy’s name!
Only like it for a dog.
It's fine, although it does sound a bit like a dog's name. I prefer this for a boy. It doesn't sound feminine enough for a girl. The male-to-female trend is getting ridiculous and it's not "unique" to give a girl a boy's name anymore.
My son has this name and chose it as a middle name (his first name is same as father’s) but it is his primary name. We really liked the sound of it and he has a great grandfather named Charles. In his early years, kids would say “let’s chase Chase”. But, since we are adults much longer than we are children, that was short lived. Now that he is a young man, he still goes by this name and never reverted back to his father’s name. He is very articulate, handsome,and intelligent.
Sometimes I see people naming their girls Chase and it's absolutely ridiculous. It's a boy's name!
I guess it’s okay but it has that nice vibe to it.
Chase is a name that seems to have a constant debate on whether it's a good name or not. I read through every comment posted here and found many cases of name discrimination. Lots of people said the name was a joke. Many more said it was unprofessional or can't be taken seriously. I would simply like to say that name discrimination should stop and, at this rate, name discrimination like this will probably become more of a problem than some other types of discrimination. But, overall, in my opinion, this is a great name for anyone to have. My name is Chase and I have had very few problems with it, in fact, I actually really like my name and recommend it.
Chase Going Woodhouse had this name, she was a feminist leader and the first woman from Conneticut elected to Congress as a democrat. She was born on March 3, 1890 in Canada.
I really like the name Chase. I don't think it's too wordy.
Chase Robert Clements is the brother of Ava Marie and Leah Rose who were deemed the most beautiful twins in the world.
My son's name is Chase. We selected it because my maiden name is Chase. He really likes it. It's a little different. But also easy to pronounce and spell and remember. It was not at all trendy the year he was born. Since I pretty much think of it as a British surname due to my family history, I'm always surprised to hear about other associations.
In 2018, 2 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Chase who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 455th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens. In 2018, 6 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Chase who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 4, 442nd most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Call me insane, but I love this name! It ages well, it's very handsome, love it.
Total 80s jock name.
What's Chase chasing?
Chase sounds like another form of Charles.
This name is too wordy for me and when paired with a middle name it sounds like a command, "Chase William" so because of that I don't like it.
Let's not forget the legendary Chase McCain form Lego City! I love this name!
To everyone saying it sounds like a dog name - Chase is one of the main characters on PAW Patrol.
I say this name sounds a lot better on girls. I don't see the masculinity of this name to me it's like Hunter and Jordan spelled Jordan. I really don't like it on boys but I love it on girls.
So my name's Chance, but I'd say that 1 out of every 2 people always thinks I'm saying "Chase" when I introduce myself. I should seriously consider re-naming myself at this point, LOL.
To me, the name is smooth, simple, and easygoing. It also sounds a bit a competitive. And those of you who don't like it because it's a word as well, that's the worst reason to dislike it. Plus, those of you who are saying it's a verb, it's also a noun.
My name happens to be a "feminine" version of the name. Chasey pronounced Chase-ee.
It's a verb, not a name for crying out loud! If you give a kid this then he'll probably get teased for the rest of his life. Plus, if you pair it with a middle name or last name it sounds like a command, so because of that I strongly dislike it.
The name Chase was given to 62 girls born in the US in 2015.
Sounds like a dog's name, not a human's. Though I could stand it as a nickname for Charles.
I like this name and if you like\love it as well and are considering using it for your little guy, (in this case, as a middle) some combos I have paired with it that you are more than welcome to take a look at are: Dakota Chase
Dallas Chase
Darren Chase
Dominic Chase
Donovan Chase
Ethan Chase
Everett Chase
Hunter Chase
Isaac Chase
Jared Chase
Jeremiah Chase
Jordan Chase
Leon Chase
Spencer Chase
Theodore Chase
Parker Chase
Logan Chase
Morgan Chase.
My daughter is named Chase and it fits her perfectly. She is smart, strong, beautiful and well-liked. I think it is a name that commands in a positive way for a girl. I also really like it for a boy too. It is also a girl name, I've met a couple females named Chase over the years, so I definitely wouldn't limit it to just males.
I think Chase is cutest on a girl. I often use this in stories, on a girl age 3-7. However, it can be great for boys too. Chase Headley, Yankees third baseman, is a male Chase I like. The surname Chase is good too... *wink, wink*
My name is Chase. I was born in the 80's and growing up I would always get made fun of for my name because of how unusual it was, but now it's seems to be rising in popularity, which I kind of like.
I know a handful of guys named Chase. Every one of them is handsome, smart, outgoing and successful. It's just a unique, edgy, neat name that fits good looking, professional men. Especially doctors, lawyers, musicians and dentists. I like it!
I absolutely love this name. I named my son Chase and still love the name 7 years later!
I am a girl and my name is Chase. All of my life I have had people comment on it. Personally I love my name. It is different but it is also powerful. I am in my twenties and I am a college student, and at work I have to wear a name tag. At least once every shift I get a compliment on my name. Yes, on paper I am often mistaken for male and when I have gone in for interviews I have had them say " I was expecting a man". I am proud to be named Chase and for all of the people above who think it is bad for a woman's name than you clearly haven't been around many girls with male names. We make them work. It is far better than to have a name no one can pronounce and it's way better than having a common name. My mother gave me a girly middle name just in case I hated my first name. But I love my name. No, I am not manly I am the text book definition of girly but I would never dream of being called anything else. If you are thinking about naming your daughter Chase, go for it.
Tionne T-Boz Watkins has a daughter named Chase. She also owned a children's boutique called Chase's Closet.
I know a girl named Chase, and it really suits her. I do think it is a bit masculine (she's not masculine AT ALL) but I like it for a boy and a girl.
I love this name, but of course I would, considering it's my last name. Did you know "Chase" means "hunt"? Of course, if you're hunting something you ARE chasing it... I still think this is a sweet last name OR first name. It doesn't seem hard to spell, but I guess my school spelled it as "Chace" on a form I had. My brother got HIS name spelled right, though... anyway, I can't name my kid this when I grow up, or he'd be Chase Chase.
I think Chase is a nice strong name for both girls and boys even though I don't like the word itself very much. Chase makes me think of a cool, relaxed person, but also a dog chasing his tail.
The name Chase is a fantastic, strong, cute, amazing masculine name! I love this name! It's one of my FAVE boy names beginning with 'c'! It sounds very handsome and dignified. ^_^
This name is adorable, on a MALE CHILD. On a girl it sounds ridiculous. Stop trying to turn male names into unisex names. That stopped being original 50 years ago.
To me, the name Chase places a negative assumption on a girl or boy that they are always on the run and have problems focusing. The name also won't age well on a boy and especially not on a girl (I can't imagine anyone past 15 years old named this!)... Iike a past poster said, people named Chase "will always have to prove their credibility." Also, the name is way too masculine for a girl. Maybe I would like Chase more if it was a nickname, but it is too childish to be on its own. Overall, Chase is a very unintelligent and unprofessional name for a human, but it works GREAT for a pet name!
This 'name' was actually given to 84 baby GIRLS in the US in 2012.
Chase for a boy- not a big fan... Chase for a girl- absolutely intolerable.
Can also be a nickname for Charles.
I've known two Chases, one boy and one girl. I've always wondered what this name meant, but I thought it wouldn't actually be related to the English verb "to chase," which I now know it is. A cute name for a girl might be CHASE-HOPE or CHASE-FAITH or anything else one might Chase, like CHASE-FELICITY. An absolutely cruel name for a boy would be CONSTANT CHASE! Hahaha...
Chase Utley (an American baseball player).
To all the people that are saying how it's a "dog's name" a "verb" or "just plain silly on a human", come on, have a little imagination. It's a cool, funky name, for boy or girl, though personally I only know boys named Chase. In fact, one of my best friends is named Chase, and he is definitely an intelligent, mature guy. I can definitely see him being taken seriously when he's older, too. So if you like the name, use it. It's a good one.
How silly.
"Chase"... It is not a name that grows with the bearer. Parents who have decided upon this name and myself much have horribly different opinions an views as far as how it sounds, means, usage, and the origin. Not only is it truly derived from a surname that was originally a word (and still is), it has been seen as a suitable dog name for how long? Would you name your daughter "Frufru"? "Chase" is a name that has no professionality, no veins that would catch a prospective boss' eye. Chase Smith-- a lawyer? Chase Ferris-- a doctor?Please choose a name that will not harm your son's success-- choose one that will aid, and that he will thank you for later in life.
Francesca, might I alert you to the fact that not all men grow up to be lawyers and doctors? Aviators, singers, writers, musicians, actors, baseball players, construction workers, etc. In my firm opinion, a doctor or lawyer could easily be called Chase, and I would take him seriously, because when conducting business, I don't consider one's name to have any influence on his work.I, for one, consider Chase a good, firm name, strong and manly.
The name Chase is cool, maybe because I knew a boy called Chase who was cool.
All it does is remind me of comedian Chevy Chase and the Chase Manhattan Bank. Not to mention Kiss Chasey ...I can't take it seriously, sorry.
Chase is a nickname turned surname and most recently given a given name, originating from the French word Chasseur, meaning "hunter". (Chasseur was derived from the Old French word Chacier, so variant spelling Chace is legitimate.) The name Chasseur was given to regiments of French light infantry and cavalry troops which were created in the mid 1700's. Before this time, it was used in light of hunting parties, and the name was strictly given to men, as women did not hunt. It is similar and comparable to English occupational surnames and also the name Jäger/Jagger, which is the German word for "hunter" and was also the name given to German light infantry around the same time Chasseur came into military use for the French.
In the movie Resident Evil: Extinction, Chase was a a member of Claire Redfield's convoy. His character was played by actor Linden Ashby.
Chase Daniel (full name William Chase Daniel) is an American football quarterback for the New Orleans Saints in the NFL.
Chase Cameron Utley is a second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies in the MLB.
I don't like it for a boy because it is so, so popular but I adore it for a girl. It's so cute, spunky, and slightly different for a girl. I've never personally met a female Chase myself but I know of a little girl named Chaselyn.
I've always thought Chase is short for Charles, but I guess not.
This name is pathetic because it's a verb. It's also getting too popular. And it ceases to be cute after age five. It's a little kid's name in my opinion - not very mature-sounding.
My name is Chase and I'm a girl. I know another girl with the same name as well, so it's not that uncommon. I quite like it, though as a kid, the whole "chasing Chase" thing did get really annoying. Also, people have a tendency to misspell my name (I know, weird. People always want to spell it with a c instead of an s), or even give me a new name. "Hi, my name is Chase." "Oh, hello Tracy!" Anyways, if you seriously like the name, use it. It really doesn't matter if it's supposed to be a "boys name".
Another spelling is Chace, Chace Crawford bears this name but his full name is Christopher Chace Crawford.
My 4 year old daughter is named Chase. We chose this name because we really thought we were having a boy & it's a family name on my husband's side. It is his mother's maiden name, my husband's middle name & both my brother in law's middle names. When we found out we were having a girl, I wanted to name her Lucienne (my grandmother's name) Chase but my husband already had his heart set on Chase. Although she's always mistaken for a boy until people see her, I love her name. It's unique & because we didn't choose it due to the trend of naming girls boyish surnames right now, it's meaningful as well! It fits her so well, we call her Chasey. Also, there is a female supreme court justice (in CT where we are from) named Chase! In a time when people are naming their kids "Pilot Inspektor" Chasey is adorable, and meaningful to us!
In the world of sports, Chase Utley of the Phillies baseball team is a very famous bearer, and he is THE Man. Serious, dedicated, and calm under pressure. To me, this name implies a cool athleticism.
I find it too popular to use for a first name, but it's a great middle name for a boy.
I like the name Chase, for a dog. For a person? Unless it's a surname, not so much. Would make for a good stage name though.
Christopher CHACE Crawford is an American actor best known for his role as Nate Archibald in Gossip Girl.
There is a character called Chase Young in a cartoon called Xiaolin Showdown.
Such a sexy name. Even if it is also a verb.
One famous person with this name is Chase Utley, 2nd baseman for the Phillies, and one of the best-known baseball players today!
It's cute and playful I guess, and a little bit different, but it sounds too preppy and yuppy to me, personally. It sounds like the name of a half-wit baby-face teen heartthrob. The linebacker on the varsity football team, maybe. Too cutsey. For some reason, I think it's kind of cool for a girl though -- kind of in the same vein as Bennett, Baily, Madison, etc.
This is now one of my favorite names. I personally prefer it for a younger brother. I know a kid named Chase and I can definitely see it still fitting him when he's older.
In the children's TV show, Zoey 101, Zoey's love interest is called Chase Matthews.
Another variant of this name is Chace, pronounced the same way but doesn't look so much like the word.
This is a name for little boys and immature frat boys, not for grown-ups. The name sounds corny on anyone past the age of 15, quite frankly, and it's hard to imagine someone very intelligent named Chase. A man with this name might have to struggle for credibility.
I think this would be a good name if it wasn't used so much, and I think this should never be used for girls just because it isn't very girly and it doesn't sound gentle like girl's names should.
As a surname, Dr. Robert Chase from "House". He is mostly (if not always) called by his surname.
I named my second son Chase. To me it is charming for a small boy and very masculine for when he gets older.
I love this name! It just sounds so strong and handsome.
It's a word to me. And how are you going to tell Chase to stop running around in the house?
I love this name. I think it's really nice. And I love it for a boy, or for a girl. I think it sounds nice on both genders.
Chase! Come back here!
This name is hilarious.
I adore this name for a boy!
Love the name Chase! This is our future son's name. He will join sisters Callista and Sienna. I think Chase is a prefect choice since it's sophisticated and simple. It's strong, but smooth sounding.
I love this name, I named my guinea pig this. Mainly because I was reading a book with a character named Sunchaser in it, and I thought that was really cool. So his real name is Sunchaser, but I call him Chase. ^-^
And also because when he was a baby he was always running away from me, so I had to Chase him. :P.
It's adorable for a little boy, but I also know a few hot guys with this name, and it totally works.
It's just a word!
People are naming their kids this? Who and where are they? I know four dogs with this namesake!
I have always liked the sound of the name Chase. For me it is a total boys name.
I like this name for both a girl and a boy. It's so cute and different! They sound like a fun lil troublemaker. tee-hee =)
My friend is named Alexa Chase, and she goes by Chase. I think Alexa is prettier and she wants people to call her that now, but everyone's already used to calling her Chase, haha.
My son is named Chase and it fits him very well as he is a very active fellow. The phrase "chasing Chase" is a frequent one in our household. ;)
A girl I know named her son *Chase* and all I can say is, it makes me think of a dog running after a stick that's just been thrown. Methinks it's much better as a surname.
This could also be a feminine name, but I think it is better on a boy.
I LOVE this name! This is a totally cute name for a boy.

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