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1
I would never use this spelling. That's just strange.
Clara711  4/11/2021
2
Weird version of James.
Clara711  4/7/2021
2
The ‘y’ can affect names a lot.
Amy.B  1/8/2021
3
Ugh, time to wash my eyes.
― Anonymous User  10/2/2020
1
That's really gross, but I get it for people who despise this, but love James, unlike me!
Stars123  3/11/2021
4
This is the middle name of Kristen Stewart [Kristen Jaymes Stewart] popular for the Twilight Saga, Charlie's Angels 2019, Seberg, Underwater and a host of other films.

The spelling is truly not my cup of tea. I'd even take Jamie over this.
Avatar Yangchen  6/13/2020
5
This hurts my eyes.
saturnbrat  5/28/2020
-11
Jaymes is a fun, fresher variation of the overused James.
KarenB  5/1/2020
-4
I agree KarenB. This name is better than James, which is overused and I despise James. This is better.
Stars123  2/25/2021
9
James is classy and handsome; Jaymes is tacky and ugly.
someone-  3/1/2020
4
One, that needless Y makes me want to pronounce it JAY-mes. Two, it could be worse. Next to Jaymz, Jaymes doesn't look quite so horrifying.
Anyechka  2/2/2020
9
Terrible.. TERRIFYING.
nylonpanda  1/11/2020
-4
I prefer the original spelling James. Tacky spellings of male names seem strange for some reason. If you want to spell it Jaymes to make it more unique, go ahead. I don’t hate this spelling. If you want to name a girl James (even though it should be strictly for males), I suggest this spelling rather than the original masculine way of spelling it. Jaymes seems more feminine than James anyways.
xxCreative_Mindxx  5/11/2019
8
If you think throwing a y in there makes James more youneek then it doesn't. Just makes you look illiterate. Everyone will spell it James anyway so might as well use that spelling so your son won't constantly have to correct people.
Luvbug86  9/12/2018
5
Tacky, ugly, forced and idiotic. Shall I continue?
Curious me  8/31/2018
-4
It's terrible! I can't stand the name James and all his variations.
Jake Fax  7/6/2016
14
Sorry, but just stick to James.
― Anonymous User  7/1/2016
14
Why does the strong, classic name James need a random 'y' in the middle of it?
IsolationHedge  4/28/2015
7
The name Jaymes was given to 50 baby boys born in the US in 2012. My suggestion would be to just stick to the name James. Yes, your son might not be the only James in his class, but it's a classic name that will always be popular. And besides, whether you're saying Jaymes or James, it all sounds the same when spoken aloud. And I have to say this spelling actually does look kind of feminine.
Oohvintage  7/20/2013
1
Actress, Kristen Stewart (known best for her role as Bella in the Twilight Saga) has the middle name, Jaymes, even though she is female.
iloveTWILIGHTmost  4/23/2012
1
Actress Kristen Stewart's middle name is Jaymes.
honungspinglan  2/25/2011
13
Terrible spelling of James.
― Anonymous User  5/22/2009
13
James should be spelled James, not Jaymes.
― Anonymous User  4/2/2009
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I like this spelling of the name as a girls name better than a boys.
randomlyKeira  12/31/2008
10
I want to pronounce this Jay-mees.
Clodagh  8/27/2008
12
James, to me, should only be spelt James.
CharlieRob  9/5/2007
-9
I love the spelling of this name better than James! =)
rayne_is_lola  8/27/2007
-1
I agree rayne_is_lola! James, I hate, but this, I like! Am I the only one who despises James, and likes this name?
Stars123  3/3/2021

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