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Jadon or Noah?

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Alfieee Thu 21-Sep-17 00:19:59

These are our final 2 smile he would be Jadon Matthew or Noah Matthew (Matthew is my dad's name) thanks!

2good Thu 21-Sep-17 00:32:16

I've never heard of Jadon but I know a gorgeous little boy called Noah so that makes me biassmile

Out2pasture Thu 21-Sep-17 00:33:59

how does one pronounce Jadon? jaw dawn, jay dawn sorry not keen on that choice.
noah is classic smile

Alfieee Thu 21-Sep-17 00:43:40

Noah is no more classic than Jadon! Thank you for commenting smile

Elllicam Thu 21-Sep-17 00:47:59

I've never heard of Jadon either, is it pronounced like Jayden or Jah-donn? I like Noah.

Alfieee Thu 21-Sep-17 00:49:47

Well, I suppose Jah-donn would be more accurate, but we've accepted he'd get Jay-donn smile and we are more than happy with that!

MadamePomfrey Thu 21-Sep-17 00:54:49

Noah for me

feelinmightylow Thu 21-Sep-17 01:06:34

Jadon sounds common, sorry

pilotswife Thu 21-Sep-17 01:09:40

Jadon is awful
Noah is a great name

Elllicam Thu 21-Sep-17 01:11:08

I don't think it sounds common, it is a biblical name. There's Jadon the meronothite from the Old Testament. I still prefer Noah though.

Alfieee Thu 21-Sep-17 01:11:27

Awful? shock what do you mean by 'common'? hmm

feelinmightylow Thu 21-Sep-17 01:12:59

If it's Jah-don it's...possibly ok
If it's jay-don it's just.. we'll come on.

Binghasalottoanswerfor Thu 21-Sep-17 01:13:33

Neither!

Please don't succumb your child to a lifetime of having to spell their name out phonetically. I have that issue for both my first & last name! Really gets old & frustrating pretty quickly

Mumsthewordssshhh Thu 21-Sep-17 01:14:26

I know a couple of Jayden and not so keen on Jadon (pronounced with the Ja). Sounds a bit like someone prouncing 'bucket' like the lady in one foot in the grave (bouquet)! I know a Noah too. Think Noah Matthew works nicely.

NameChangeFamousFolk Thu 21-Sep-17 01:18:35

Out of those two, definitely Noah. Although I might even prefer Matthew as the first name!

Alfieee Thu 21-Sep-17 01:20:24

Neither isn't helpful hmm

I really can't use Matthew. I don't want my son to have my dad's name!

Lottey90 Thu 21-Sep-17 01:21:31

Jadon reminds me of Jayden..and yeah. Where I live there are too many Jayden's.
Then again it is jadon not Jayden. So out of the two I'd probably go with that.

Apparently Noah's are ten a penny now.

I do love Matthew

Needalifeoverhaul Thu 21-Sep-17 01:21:50

I'm afraid I don't like Jadon either OP. Noah Matthew is lovely though.

Sophronia Thu 21-Sep-17 01:32:29

I'm not keen on either, but Noah if I had to choose. Jadon is too much like Jayden, which has some negative connotations.

notangelinajolie Thu 21-Sep-17 01:37:39

Please let it not be Jadon. Dreadful name.

SuperBeagle Thu 21-Sep-17 01:41:44

Jadon is a Biblical name, so just as classic as Noah, in that sense.

I prefer Jadon, because I think the religious connotations of Noah are far more pervasive (old man with an ark and some animals), and because Noah is so ridiculously popular.

Alfieee Thu 21-Sep-17 01:43:22

I appreciate everyone has an opinion, but really, what is so 'dreadful' about Jadon? I've never seen any other biblical name described in such a way.

MrsTerryPratchett Thu 21-Sep-17 01:48:35

There are lots of Jaydons and Kaydons and Braydons round here and Jadon will get tarred with that brush. If you care, I don't particularly. And it looks nice.

Lottey90 Thu 21-Sep-17 02:49:32

Yeah basically would look like your one of the Jaydon braydon kaydon sheep

Ham69 Thu 21-Sep-17 07:09:43

Sorry OP but you have asked opinions and have to accept criticsm.
Jadon really isn't going to be a popular choice. It doesn't have a great reputation.
I'd go with Noah.

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