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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Jaime
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Jaime in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Jaime:
Records indicate that 47,444 girls in the United States have been named Jaime since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1976, when 7,832 people in the U.S. were given the name Jaime. Those people are now 43 years old.
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Comments about the name Jaime
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10 Positive Comments
"My name is Jaime but its spelled differently mine is J'aime and I like the name and I like the spelling of it!" Dec. 15, 2019:
"I love my name, always have. It does annoy me when people spell it wrong... But, what can ya do?
I go by Jai most if the time.
Yay For Jaimes!" Jan. 25, 2014:
"My best friends name is Jaime and she gets really frustrated when people spell it wrong. When she was younger she actually got so used to people spelling it wrong she did it herself! Haha she doesnt like her name but i think its pretty and it means "i love you" in french which i find interesting." Aug. 17, 2009:
"My name is Jaime. when i was in school there were tons of other Jaime's but most speeled their name Jamie. I love my spelling. it means i love you in french." Apr. 3, 2008:
"YES!! my name EVERYBODY my entire life has spelled it wrong. Or they say "you spell your name wrong".SHUT UP!! I think i know how to spell my own freaking name!! It's so annoying. It's not THAT difficult. But I'm also greatful I have a somewhat unique name. THANKS MOM!" Jan. 1, 2008:
"My daughter's name is Jamison, which we love because it's a great unisex name, however, we call her Jaime, spelled this way. I love it, too, however, her name is mis-spelled all of the time, despite the fact that there are a number of well know Jaimes around (think Jaime Pressley.)Even my mother still spells it Jamie, and my daughter's now 13 years old!" Nov. 21, 2007:
"My sister's name is Jaime and people always mistake it for the boy name pronouncing it Hi-may. I like it though, especially with the spelling. It makes it unique." Aug. 22, 2007:
""My name is spelled Jamie and I love it. When I was a child I never heard of a girl with my name only boys. I just thougt my parents were trying to be different. Then a few years later a movie came out with a lady and her name was 'Jamie the Biontic Woman' I believe and the name soared for girls after that."" Feb. 23, 2007:
"People spell my name wrong all the time. It Jaime, not Jamie! I still say my spelling is the right way! haha" Oct. 19, 2006:
"I love my name. It is spelled Jamie. My nicknames are James, Jamester, Jam a lee, or Jame Jame" Jun. 8, 2005:
2 Negative Comments
"There already is a name Jaime (the Spanish version of "James," pronounced hy-mee). If you call your kid "Jamie" and spell it "Jaime" you are going to look incredibly uneducated or uncultured, and at very least it will incredibly annoying if your son or daughter ever travels outside of the US or Canada, because that isn't how anyone else pronounces it anywhere." Oct. 2, 2014:
"Jaime is a Hispanic man's name and it's pronounced Hi-may. It's really annoying that people have started using this spelling as an alternative Jamie have started spelling their name this way. I work in a call center and you have no idea how many women I've annoyed with this name asking for Jaime. I live in San Antonio, TX, a city with a large Hispanic population, so the Hispanic male pronunciation is more common down here." Mar. 12, 2014:
9 Neutral Comments
"My name is Jaime and I've always loved it and it's spelling. I am not bothered by it's constant misspelling or that I'm often referred to as a "Mr.", or called "Jaime" the male Spanish version. Whatever, life's too short!" Jun. 13, 2016:
"My name is Jaime and I love it. I was named after the Bionic Woman, Jaime Summers. My mother wanted to name me Gretchen and my older brothers and sisters said "NO!!" and so they named me Jaime. It gets misspelled ALL the time but its okay. I like it when people pronounce it the Spanish way--Hi-May, I think its neat!" May. 15, 2010:
"I love my name, Jaime, but alas...everybody spells it wrong. It used to bother me but now I just go with it. When people spell it first and then ask after they have already written it I just say, "whatever, it reads the same." I did go through a phase in high school where I spelled it J-me:) Dumb!" Jan. 7, 2010:
"this is my favorite cousins name. she never has a problem with people mis spelling it. i guess its really common around here." Dec. 25, 2008:
"This is my name, except spelled "Jamie". I've never particularly liked my name, as I find myself being mistaken for a male quite often, and my name is usually mispelled when I get mail. I even had to go in to the Finanical Aid office when I was at college and write a statement that "I am a woman and not required to sign up selective service" in order to get my student loans! Unisex names are over-rated." Oct. 31, 2008:
"My name's spelled Jaime.. people always mix it up and spell it like, Jamie, Jammie, Jame, they NEVER spell it right.. My own boyfriend spelled it wrong when we first started dating!" May. 10, 2007:
"I have a friend named Jaime, and people always misspell her name; they usually spell it Jamie. Which makes personalized stuff impossible to find for her." Nov. 25, 2006:
"It's my name too, but it's spelt this way. I don't like my name very much actually but i don't hate it either" Jan. 21, 2006:
"I am female, and I used to love the spelling of my name Jaime.. However after recently moving to Miami, I often find I am confused for a HIspanic male..." Dec. 16, 2005:
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