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March 4th, 2008, 09:32 PM
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Who knew that these were going to be so popular??? When I had Brayden in 2005 I never heard of Brayden, Caden. I heard of Jayden and Aden. My have these names became so popular


If i knew it would be popular I think I would of named my son something else. Like Zephaniah.. DF doesnt like that name though.
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March 5th, 2008, 02:33 PM
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It is popular! I love the name Brayden though! And Caiden
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March 5th, 2008, 02:34 PM
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I think they're so popular because they have a really nice sound to them. I honestly love them all! I wish my sister wasn't using Jaedyn for her daughter because then I might be able to use one of them for my baby.
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March 5th, 2008, 05:23 PM
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Possible reasons -aden names are so popular:

Two celebrities (Britney Spears and Will Smith) named their sons Jaden/Jayden and that caused it to rise in popularity.

Aidan is Irish, and Irish names are really trendy right now. Caden and Braden are Irish surnames (not used as first names in Ireland, but people can still say they used Irish names).

Jaden is popular for girls because it is similar in sound to Jade, but for a while was not as common on girls. It was also masculine originally, and boys' names on girls are very popular.

Zayden, Xaedyn, Raiden, etc. are popular because people like make up names that fit into the current trends, but aren't exactly like the other trendy names. That way, they can be unique and be just like everybody else at the same time.
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March 6th, 2008, 03:01 AM
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Jayden, Hayden and Kayden are already being used on girl's, and Cayden and Aidan are st to break into the top 1000 girl names in 2007 or 2008. I wouldn't be surprised if all of the -ayden names go to the galls eventually...
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March 7th, 2008, 04:55 PM
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Quote:
Possible reasons -aden names are so popular:

Two celebrities (Britney Spears and Will Smith) named their sons Jaden/Jayden and that caused it to rise in popularity.

Aidan is Irish, and Irish names are really trendy right now. Caden and Braden are Irish surnames (not used as first names in Ireland, but people can still say they used Irish names).

Jaden is popular for girls because it is similar in sound to Jade, but for a while was not as common on girls. It was also masculine originally, and boys' names on girls are very popular.

Zayden, Xaedyn, Raiden, etc. are popular because people like make up names that fit into the current trends, but aren't exactly like the other trendy names. That way, they can be unique and be just like everybody else at the same time.[/b]

Exactly.^

I was at the park last week with Seamus and I was listening to the moms call out their kids' names. Here's what they were (in order of me hearing them... spellings may vary):

Jayden (male)
Hayden (male)
Brayden (male)
Aidan (male)
Jayden again (female this time)

The only -ayden missing was Caden.
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