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Ick, I like James a LOT better. ;-;
Jaymie is better.
This name can also be MASCULINE, making it UNISEX.
In BRAZIL, this name is EXCLUSIVELY MASCULINE.
http://www.nancy.cc/baby-name/Jayme/
https://www.popular-babynames.com/name/Jayme
https://names.darkgreener.com/#jayme [noted -ed]
Jayme Kloss, a brave girl who escaped her kidnapper.
I love this spelling of the name and it sounds cute as a girls name.
My oldest daughters' name. I always thought it was a very cute name and suits her very well.:)
I also thought this name was pronounced JAYM when I first encountered it. Years later I found out it's supposed to be a kreatyv spylyng of Jamie. What is with modern parents and these silly non-intuitive spellings? Do they think that a simple name like Jamie is so hard to pronounce that they have to use what they consider a phonetic spelling?
This looks like it should be pronounced ''JAYM'' instead. I mean, that is how the logic of English spelling and pronunciation goes. You don't pronounce the word 'have' as ''HA-vee'' either, and you don't pronounce 'love' as ''LU-vee'', so why would this name be any different? It's supposed to be an English name, after all. If a name starts with the ''JAY'' sound, it sounds either masculine or ugly on females, and this one sounds like a boyish nickname for a young guy named James.
I love this spelling! It's said just like it's spelled, Jay-Me. Spellings like Jaime look like ja-mie.
I really like this spelling. Jayme's cool. :)
This is my cousin's name, and I have always thought that it is very pretty.

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