Help with spellings?

can you please tell me the spelling you like best out of my boys names, the 1st one of each is the one i prf

Aiden, Aidyn

Alfie, Alfy

Ashton, Ashtyn

Bailey, Bailee, Baileigh, Bayley, Baylee, Baylie

Brady, Bradey

Brandon, Brandan, Branden, Brandyn

Brayden, Braeden

Callum, Kalum

Casey, Kaci, Kasey

Chad, Chadd

Ciaran, Kieran

Cody, Codey, Codi, Kody

Connor, Conner

Daniel, Danel

Dennis, Denis

Harley, Harlie

Harvey, Harvie, Harvi, Harvy

Hayden, Haden, Haiden

Isaac, Isaak, Issac

Javier, Xavier

Jay, Jai, Jaye

Jayden, Jaden, Jaidon

Jesse, Jesi

Jonah, Jona

Kade, Cade, Kaid

Kaden, Caden

Kane, Cain

Keanu, Keahnu

Keenan, Kenan

Malachi, Malachai, Malachy

Zakai, Zakkai, Zane, Zain

if you have any other suggest please add. thanks in advance i no its heaps long lol

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  • Addie
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    * means its not a suggestion you gave

    aiden

    *alfey

    ashton

    bailee

    brady

    brandan

    brayden

    kalum

    kacey

    chad

    ?? not sure how to pronounce that

    cody

    connor

    daniel

    dennis

    harley

    harvey

    hayden

    isaac

    xavier

    jay

    jayden

    jesse

    jona

    cade

    *kayden

    cain

    ?? not sure how to pronounce that!

    keenan...or keegan! <---love the name keegan!

    malachi

    zain

    best of luck!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Aiden, Alfie, Ashton, Bailey, Brady, Brandon, Brayden, Callum, Kasey, Chad, Kieran, Cody, Conner, Daniel, Dennis, Harley, Harvey

    Haden, Isaac, Xavier, Jay, Jaden, Jesse, Jonah, Cade, Kaden, Cain or Kane, Keanu, Kenan, Malachy, Zakai, Zane.

    Other suggestions: Nelson, Ricky or Richie, Michael or Marc, Giancarlo or John Carlos, Jason or Jamie, Kevin or Keith, Antonio or Anthony, Angelo or Angel.

    Congratulations are in order!

    Source(s): There are loads of websites & books on Baby Names.
  • 1 decade ago

    Aiden is such a common name right now, it was my number one pick for a boy, but there are 3 in my cousin's child's daycare class!!! You have to remember when you start spelling it different, people will consider it more of a girls' name. Bailey spelled any other way really makes it a girly name. Javier and Xavier are two different names....i like Xavier, though. Jesse with an 'i' I have only seen as a girl name. My last name is Conner, and usually spelled (as a first and last) with an 'o'. You may be better off spelling them the "normal" way so teachers don't get confused and your son doesn't get teased. Children can be so cruel.

  • 1 decade ago

    I like when the names are spelled simple,,,,, I am not into all the new retro spellings,, Most of the time when I see a name spelled all retro, I have to stare at it to figure out what the heck it is suposed to be......I love the name Cade for a boy!!! and Kade or Cade works! I like Cole toooo

    I love Zane 2... I dont like any of the den names like aiden brayden etc,, there are so so so many of them these days.....

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  • 1 decade ago

    First of all CONGRATULATIONS!

    Second: as far as names go you should be the one to choose it. In my opinion, I feel the name should be easy to remember and spell; off your list of names these are the spellings I liked...

    Aiden

    Alfie

    Ashton

    Bailey

    Brady

    Brandon

    Brayden

    Callum

    Casey, Kasey (liked both spelling)

    Chad

    Kieran

    Codey

    Connor

    Daniell

    Dennis

    Harley

    Harvey

    Haiden

    Issac

    Xavier

    Jay

    Jaden

    Jesse

    Jonah

    Kaid

    Kaden

    Kane

    Keanu

    Keenan

    Malachai

    Zakai, Zakkai, Zane, Zain (these were all diffrent pronuncations)

    When it comes down to it, I feel a boy name shouldnt be girly, but dont let me tell you what to do...its just an opinion.

    Anyway, good luck and congratulations again!

    .

  • 1 decade ago

    Spell it the most normal way. That way your child stands a better chance of having his or her name pronounced correctly and spelled correctly more often. Don't make your child an outcast by making them so different. Kids can be mean and they will dislike another child simply based on a weird name. Let's now kid ourselves we all saw this when we were in school. Good luck.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Want to get a second opinion of the baby names that you've chosen.

    This may help you from choosing names not purely based on

    Feelings, Emotions, Pronunciation or the way a name is written.

  • 1 decade ago

    I hate it when people use unusual spellings for their kids names. It makes it look like the parents don't know how to spell. I know a girl whose son is named Kalub. It's just weird. I like the simple spellings. He will constantly be correcting people on the spelling of his name. If you want an original name, think of one. Don't just screw up the spelling of a classic name.

    Sorry, this is getting a little long. I guess I just needed to vent about it.

  • 1 decade ago

    Aiden

    Alfy, Aston, Bailey, Callum I do not like thes names

    Brayden

    Chad

    Cody

    Corey

    Connor

    Danile

    Dennis

    Harley the other is to girly for a boy

    Harvey

    Hayden

    Issac

    Xavier

    Jay, for a boy

    Jayden

    Jesse, for a boy

    Jonah

    Cade

    Caden

    Kane

    Keanu

    Keenan

    Malachy

    Zayne

    I would ty to cut the list to ten, then firgure out the spelling

    Thery are a lot of names

  • 1 decade ago

    Daniel

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't love them all, but some are really great.

    Aiden, Aidyn (nice but very over done, Aiden)

    Alfie, Alfy (Don't like it)

    Ashton, Ashtyn (Ashton but I like Ashden better)

    Bailey, Bailee, Baileigh, Bayley, Baylee, Baylie (Nice name, for a boy though stick to it more plain like Bailey otherwise it looks girlie).

    Brady, Bradey (Bradey)

    Brandon, Brandan, Branden, Brandyn (Don't like it)

    Brayden, Braeden (Love it, Braeden it interesting yet easy to pronounce)

    Callum, Kalum (I don't love it)

    Casey, Kaci, Kasey (I really don't like it)

    Chad, Chadd (Not a huge fan, Chad)

    Ciaran, Kieran (Love love, I'd stick with Kieran)

    Cody, Codey, Codi, Kody (Not a Fan)

    Connor, Conner (Over used)

    Daniel, Danel (Hate it)

    Dennis, Denis (don't like it)

    Harley, Harlie (cool name, but I think you need really cool parents to name your kid Harey...how cool are you?)

    Harvey, Harvie, Harvi, Harvy (Not so much, stick to Harvey)

    Hayden, Haden, Haiden (Sounds like Aidan but I really love it, Haiden)

    Isaac, Isaak, Issac (yuk)

    Javier, Xavier (over used, try Zavier)

    Jay, Jai, Jaye (it's okay, Jay)

    Jayden, Jaden, Jaidon (Love it, again it is like Aidan though)

    Jesse, Jesi (very nice, Jessie)

    Jonah, Jona (lovely, Jonah)

    Kade, Cade, Kaid (adore it, Kade or Cade)

    Kaden, Caden (love it, Caden)

    Kane, Cain (its okay)

    Keanu, Keahnu (Don't like it at all, sry)

    Keenan, Kenan (very nice, Kenan)

    Malachi, Malachai, Malachy (sounds very Italian, which isn't a bad thing, just a little weird....?)

    Zakai, Zakkai, Zane, Zain (I love Zakai or Kai, Zane and Zain are nice, but Zakai is awesome)

    There you go. I hope I wasn't too rude. I like alot of the names, I know this was more for spelling, but when there are so many names I have to only give me opinion on spelling on the ones I like.

    I hope you find a perfect name.

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