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Cast Your Vote:

    • Cassidy -- Votes: 25
    • Adyson -- Votes: 10
Baby girl :) EmilyLaugh Due June 18; Japan 2 posts
Apr 4th '13

Which name?

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Apr 4th '13

Addison would be nice.

Lauralie89 3 kids; Pennsylvania 2244 posts
Apr 4th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting JiLLiAN.:</b>" Addison would be nice."</blockquote>



This

mommi2be:) 2 kids; Lake Stevens, Washington 165 posts
Apr 4th '13

My daughters name is Adyson. Spelled that same way! I LOVE it!! :)

April_Pike Due May 28 (girl); 1 child; South Carolina 72 posts
Apr 4th '13

We are naming our little girl Addisyn.

Mama Jenna. 2 kids; California 14282 posts
Apr 4th '13

Addison or Cassidy would be better

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76266 posts
status Apr 4th '13

It's spelled Addison and it's overdone and masculine.

April_Pike Due May 28 (girl); 1 child; South Carolina 72 posts
Apr 4th '13

There are many different ways to spell Addison. Not just one. We are spelling my little girls name Addisyn and it's very girlie and feminie.

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76266 posts
status Apr 4th '13
Quoting April_Pike:" There are many different ways to spell Addison. Not just one. We are spelling my little girls name Addisyn and it's very girlie and feminie. "


Ha, no it isn't. Addison is the original--and correct--spelling. Misspelling it doesn't make it "girlie" or "feminie.'' It has a masculine meaning.

mommi2be:) 2 kids; Lake Stevens, Washington 165 posts
Apr 4th '13
Quoting April_Pike:" There are many different ways to spell Addison. Not just one. We are spelling my little girls name Addisyn and it's very girlie and feminie. "


:!: :!:
This! I love it as a little girl name. Does not sound masculine at all!

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76266 posts
status Apr 4th '13
Quoting mommi2be:):" :!: :!: This! I love it as a little girl name. Does not sound masculine at all!"


Do you know what it means?

mommi2be:) 2 kids; Lake Stevens, Washington 165 posts
Apr 4th '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Do you know what it means?"


Yes actually, Addison- means son of Adam. My daughter is Adyson, same way to say it, different spelling. I love her name and really could care less what the "meaning" behind the name is. There are lots of girl names that have a "masculine" meaning and vice versa.

April_Pike Due May 28 (girl); 1 child; South Carolina 72 posts
Apr 4th '13

Yes! it means son oif adam.. But if you look at the gender it has both! I really don't care what other people think about my daughters name.. It's still a very girlie name and everyone loves it. Never met a boy named "Addison"

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76266 posts
status Apr 4th '13
Quoting April_Pike:" Yes! it means son oif adam.. But if you look at the gender it has both! I really don't care what other ... [snip!] ... people think about my daughters name.. It's still a very girlie name and everyone loves it. Never met a boy named "Addison""


*Girly.



What does it matter if you've never met a boy named that? The only Stacy and Kelsey I've met are male. It doesn't mean there aren't girls named that, but it also doesn't make it a girly name just because it's on a girl.

April_Pike Due May 28 (girl); 1 child; South Carolina 72 posts
Apr 4th '13

OMG lets go around correcting peoples spelling now. Get over it! Since everyone else liked the name you had to be the one to point out it is "masculine" So what!! Who cares? It's not your kid getting the name! :-) Have a nice night