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Where did the -Ayden trend come from?

Posted on: September 9, 2011

Well, to put it short & sweet… A low-down on the -ayden trend:

Ayden: It’s a variant of Aidan/Aodhan, an Irish name meaning “little fire”
Brayden: It’s variant of the Irish surname Braden meaning “salmon”
Kayden: It’s a shortened variant of the Irish surname Mac Cadáin meaning “son of Cadán”
Jayden: It’s a variant of the biblical name Jadon meaning “thankful” or “he will judge”
Hayden: This is not a misspelling. Hayden is a surname meaning “hay valley”
Rayden: It’s a variant of Raiden (pr. RY-den) which is a variant of Raijin meaning “thunder; god, spirit”, and Raijin is God of Thunder in Japanese Mythology.
Grayden & Zayden are just pdooma*. (replace “my” with THEIR* lol)

* pdooma means “pulled directly out of my ass”

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