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    I like it. I dont think it is to boyish. I had 3 girls in year 12 named Chase!!

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    I have only ever met one child with this name; she was a girl, and it was spelt "Chaise".

    I tend to think of it as a male name, because of the character in House (even though it is his surname).

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    I think it's ok, but needs 'prettying-up' for a girl. Add an 'i' or a 'y', it still sounds the same of course but looks for more feminine on paper.

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    I think it may have been mentioned, but I wouldn't add an 'i' as chaise is French for chair

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    Sorry but I don't like the name at all for a girl or boy.


 

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