Unisex Baby Names

Unisex baby names usually lean slightly towards one gender or the other. Some of the unisex baby names here are close to 50/50, but even when they're not, they sound equally appropriate for boys and girls. Here are the unisex baby names most popular today.

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  • Jess

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    Unlike Bess or Tess, rarely used on its own.  Read More 

  • Jordan

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    Originally used for children baptized in holy water from the river Jordan, it became one of the leading androgynous names of the nineties. As the balance tips toward the boys' side -- nearly four t... Read More 

  • Jules

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    Though Jules hasn't been on the U.S. popularity list in fifty years, it is a current hit in its native France--where it's currently Number 6-- and we can definitely see it making a comeback here, b... Read More 

  • Justice

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    Justice, one of the rare virtue names for boys, entered the popularity ranks in 1992, and has remained on the list ever since. Parents' search for names implying virtue has led to a mini-revival of... Read More 

  • Keegan

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    Keegan is one of a clan of spirited Irish surnames starting with K and ending with 'n'--this one with the cheery double 'e' in the middle-- that are appealing to an increasing number of parents. It... Read More 

  • Kendall

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    Kendall, as used for a girl, was initially propelled by a soap opera character (Sarah Michelle Gellar as Kendall Hart in All My Children ) and reality star and Kardashian sister Kendall Jenner. Thi... Read More 

  • Kennedy

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    This attractive surname name still projects that Kennedy family charisma. While it didn't come into widespread use until long after the deaths of martyred heroes President John F. or Senator Rober... Read More 

  • Kyle

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    Kyle is still appreciated by thousands of parents each year for its combination of simplicity, strength, and style; it was in the Top 20 for most of the nineties. As a Scottish surname, it dates ba... Read More 

  • Lane

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    Lane is a unisex name equally accessible to boys and girls. As a common surname, Lane is attached to such celebrities as Diane and Nathan.  Read More 

  • London

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    The capital of the United Kingdom makes a solid and attractive twenty-first-century choice, with a lot more substance than Paris. This girls' geographic name has had a remarkable ascent: it came on... Read More 

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