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May 31st, 2014 11:30 PM #1Member
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Macsen, Maxon; Paxton, Paxon ~ Thoughts?
I was wondering if I could get opinions on the names Macsen, Maxon, Paxton, and Paxon. I'm pretty sure I'm in the minority with Paxton/Paxon - from what I've seen, nobody else likes it.
WDYT? I love the nn Max for Macsen/Maxon, but is Maxon too trendy-looking? (Too Jaxon-esque?) What do you think about the sound of Paxton vs. Paxon? I'd love to hear your opinions!mabel * teenberry * writer * lover of names
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May 31st, 2014 11:36 PM #3
I like the nn Pax and I can see giving it a longer full name. I don't think that's trendy. Though the spelling Paxon is more appealing to me, it sounds like Pac Sun, hipster clothing store when I say it out loud.
So I'd go with Paxton, which I actually like a lot.
Maxson/Macsen...not feeling. It's sort of the opposite. They both sound fine but they do look too trendy. Mac/Max/Maks are fun, but I feel like it's better to go with classic, Maksim (is that classic? I don't know.) or Maxwell
June 1st, 2014 12:08 AM #5Junior Member
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