What is the correct spelling for a boy???

What is your opinion/thoughts on this name for a boy?

As it turns out, [name]Jamie[/name] and [name]Jaime[/name] are completely different names. [name]Jamie[/name] is a diminutive of [name]James[/name] and (in my opinion) a much fresher nickname than [name]Jim[/name] or [name]Jimmy[/name]. [name]Jaime[/name] is a Spanish variation of [name]James[/name] and is pronounced [name]HI[/name]-mee.

If you are thinking about the nickname, I would suggest using the [name]Jamie[/name] spelling for clarity. If you like the exotic pronunciation of [name]Jaime[/name], I would suggest that spelling. Be prepared, though, to have it misunderstood as [name]Jamie[/name] often.

If you want the nickname, I must ask, are you using [name]James[/name] or just [name]Jamie[/name]? Another option in the less-popular-[name]James[/name]-nicknames category is [name]Jem[/name]. I find this one particularly nice–though it does reming me of To Kill A Mockingbird.

In the UK [name]Jaime[/name] is usually for girls and [name]Jamie[/name] for boys.

I too like nn [name]Jem[/name], particularly for [name]James[/name] [name]Matthew[/name], like in [name]Lucy[/name] [name]Maud[/name] [name]Montgomery[/name]'s [name]Anne[/name] of [name]Green[/name] Gables series where [name]Jem[/name] is nn of [name]Anne[/name]'s eldest son ([name]Anne[/name]'s House of Dreams).

[name]Jamie[/name] is a nn for the male name [name]James[/name]. [name]Jaime[/name] is from the French J’aime which mean I love, this seems for feminine to me and I would use this for a girl and [name]James[/name] for a boy nn [name]Jamie[/name]. [name]Jaime[/name] pronounced the French way is like [name]Jane[/name] but with an ‘M’.

[name]Hope[/name] that cleared some things up:)

I’ve always prefered the spelling [name]Jamey[/name] for boys since [name]Jamie[/name] seems to have been taken over by the girls.