WDYT of Reed?

See the results of this poll: Please vote for what best represents your opinion on the name and how it honors my family.

Respondents: 17 (This poll is closed)

  • I like/love it: 8 (47%)
  • I’m neutral: 3 (18%)
  • I dislike/hate it: 0 (0%)
  • I think it’s a good/great way to honor your family members: 5 (29%)
  • I’m neutral: 1 (6%)
  • I think it’s a bad/terrible way to honor your family members: 0 (0%)

I love it, but prefer the spelling [name]Reid[/name].


I think I prefer the [name]Reid[/name] spelling, too. I thought of [name]Reed[/name] just because it ends in “ed” from [name]Edward[/name]. [name]Do[/name] you think [name]Reid[/name] still works?

I think [name]Reid[/name] still works! I also like this spelling better because it doesn’t make me think “clarinet reed.” I voted “a great way to honor you family members!”

[name]Love[/name] the combination!

I like the concept, but prefer the spelling [name]Reid[/name].

I think it’s very handsome…

Take care! :slight_smile:

I like the name itself quite a lot–it sounds very dashing–but the echo to the family members’ name is so subtle as to be nearly undetectable. If honoring those people is a top priority, it might make more sense to look into variations on [name]Robert[/name] and [name]Edward[/name] instead–there are lots of them, hopefully you’ll find some you like!