"Cue the parents who like customizing an established name by changing a vowel or two, doubling the same letter or adding an interesting suffix or prefix. Such is the case with Kaydence, a variation of Cadence. The latter is defined as a sequence of notes or chords comprising the close of a musical phrase. Kaydence made its initial appearance on the naming charts in 2003, so its popularity is new. It’s also easier to pronounce correctly—unlike Cadence, no one is going to say KAD-ence."
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Source: Social Security Administration
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