What I think about this name: Trashy and low-classed, PERIOD!
Curious me  9/29/2018
Make no mistake, the origin of this name (apostrophes and all) is MODERN AMERICAN and has no known root in anything African, nor would you find the name in use >60 years ago. It's as African as Swedish Meatballs or Pastrami. Usage of the name is to establish identity -the term I believe is "blackness" and the name is American.
― Anonymous User  11/9/2017
I have to comment on my fellow board messengers regarding the name JaQuan. I may have felt like many of you that this name was apprehensive and distasteful many years ago. However, I was undeniably wrong! We must not just tolerate our differences but we must appreciate them. I applaud the mothers be they young or seasoned that named their bundle of joy JaQuan. It was created in the African American community with pride and dignity. Besides, how many Tyrone's and Petroski's can we have? I'm considering this name for my unborn child and despite what you may think, I'm going to say it with pride! Think differently people... How many times has someone tried to trash something you created?
MooreRodney  11/4/2015
The 'name' Jaquan was given to 167 little boys born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
Crude, tacky.
lucyskydiamonds  3/7/2010
Jack one, Jack two.
― Anonymous User  10/22/2007
Don't these parents have any compassion for their children or any respect for names? This name is atrocious! I don't care if it is "unique"; this crosses the line to bizarre. Your poor son will get strange looks in job interviews, at school, in many situations.
gaelruadh19  1/27/2007
If your family has a reason for using this (eg. all your siblings initials make up this name) then go ahead, but in my opinion this isn't the best name.
― Anonymous User  2/26/2007

Comments are left by users of this website. They are not checked for accuracy.

Add a Comment