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"Unique", butchering the spelling like this makes the name look ridiculous, let's say for example that I want to use the name Felix, but I think it's too boring to me and use Phelyks instead, now, Phelyks is indeed unique, but for a good reason, as it is so stupid that no one (hopefully) would ever use it.
induviel  4/16/2021
People, why do you think this is a HIDEOUS, AWFUL spelling of Jackson? Someone please tell me! Jackson is a common and boring name, so adding a little twist is perfectly fine; it makes the name more noticeable and unique!
Crystal_Fox  4/1/2021
RHAWK3935  8/31/2020
Very unprofessional, juvenile, and modern. Do people not think their kids will age?
someone-  6/25/2020
This spelling is just awful.
― Anonymous User  5/29/2020
I agree with the overwhelming majority of opinions. The spelling is simply atrocious and it conjures up certain images about the parents. And as you could probably guess, not in a positive light. Jaxon doesn't even look that bad compared to it.
Realisticmindxxx  3/29/2020
Why add an "s" if "x" is a "ks" sound? At least Jaxon makes sense in terms of spelling.
Bescriva  2/25/2020
This is a perfectly fine spelling of an absolutely wonderful name. All forms of the name Jackson, no matter how many seemingly strange letter additions there may be, are perfect and belong to the purest, most wholesome of boys. The usage of both the x and the s, though many call it redundant, completely change the pronunciation and how the name rolls off of the tongue. I would rate this name a ten out of ten because it is perfectly stunning and I will always love every person who bears it.
― Anonymous User  11/26/2019
Jax-son: It seems there would be some confusion about the pronunciation. The 'X' already makes the 'S' sound. It would be like spelling the name Jacksson.
Please do not use this spelling. It makes the parents seem uneducated. :( It is unfortunate that only Americans would use this like they are trying to be trendy.
Please go with Jackson.
― Anonymous User  7/25/2019
Stale form of Jackson.
RHAWK3935  5/20/2019
In 2018, 2 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Jaxson who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 2377th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/16/2018
I really don't see a problem with it, but if you guys don't like it that's okay with me.
― Anonymous User  4/8/2018
What the two commenters above me said.
Luvbug86  9/19/2016
Please choose Jackson or Jaxon (preferably Jackson). Do not try to use both and use this horrid name.
epicanna27  12/19/2015
What a hot mess of a name. Use the correct spelling of Jackson, or better yet, don't use it at all. These surnames used as first names is a tacky fad that is so overdone --mostly by young parents who only want to be trendy and you-neek, never giving a thought to the fact that their child is going to grow into an adult, begin a career, and become a senior citizen one day.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2015
I agree with what an Anonymous User from 6/6/2015 said. But don't forget the classic Johannes as well.
RHAWK3935  5/20/2019
I agree with everyone else. If you want to have the cool spelling of Jackson, just spell it Jaxon. Having an s is unnecessary, because the X already helps create the sound. X replaxes cks, so why have it be with an x and s?
GryffinDorothyBeth  6/23/2014
If you're going to spell it this way, then you might as well omit the s as it is redundant.
AppleM32  1/13/2014
Jackson is way over used and tired... so, for those working class hipsters that want to throw a "curve ball" at everyone use "Jaxson"... oh, please people.. terrible, terrible.. and ironically TOTALLY unoriginal...
wmchase65  6/27/2013
Jackson is one of my favorite boys' names, but this spelling is horrific. Why would you bother putting an 's' in when there's already an 'x' that covers the 's' sound?
mrose19  5/27/2013
Jackson is a perfectly fine name and this is a perfectly horrid spelling of it.
― Anonymous User  3/1/2013
A cousin of mine just had a baby boy, and named him Jaxson, this spelling. The name itself I'm all right with, but I find the 'x' followed by the 's' to be redundant. "Jax" (what they call the baby) already covers the 's' sound, but then they stuck another 's' in the name. And Jaxson is in the top 200 boys' names! I don't get it.
― Anonymous User  7/1/2012

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