I just found another name that is considered to be a boy´s name that is also more commenly used as a girl´s name (and not in the database for girls yet): Heike, also Haike. It is a German-Frisian name that derives from Heinrike/Henricke. This name was very popular in Germany in the 1960s and 1970s. That´s why it was rarely used for boys. Famous people: German actress Heike Makatsch (Love actually), Heike Drechsler (German Athletic).
You're missing the name Lua which is a Latin, Galician and Portuguese name meaning "moon".
Lua was the Roman Goddess to whom soldiers sacrificed captured weapons. She was sometimes referred to as 'Lua Saturni'.
You don't have Ashwin. It's a lovely Hindi name meaning "swift". It is also the name of the seventh month in the Hindi calendar.
Isolina, my daughter's name.
Kiana is listed as being a made up name. It's actually a Persian girls name, meaning either 'elements of nature' or 'royal queen' (this would need more research). Also, Kian is also a Persian boys name (aside from being an Irish name), meaning 'kings'. Suren (also spelled Soren) is a Farsi boys name after the Suren-Pahlavi clan. Koroush is the Persian form of 'Cyrus', meaning 'Sun'. Dariush is the Persian form of 'Darius'. Pasha is not just a Russian name, but also a Turkish name for boys meaning 'king'. Shaya is a Farsi boys name meaning 'worthy'. Kayvon/ Keyvan is a Farsi boys name meaning 'like king', but referring to the planet Saturn. Kamran is a Farsi boys name meaning 'successful'. Sina is a Persian boys name meaning 'Sinai', but also used as a tribute to Abu Ali Husayn ibn Abd Allah ibn Sina, aka. Ibn Sina or Avicenna, who composed "The Book of Healing" and "The Canon of Medicine". Kia is also a Persian boys name meaning "king/ defender". Actually, there are just surprisingly few Farsi (Persian) names on here...
Oh, three more... Evren, a Turkish boys name meaning 'universe' (think Kenan Evren, president of Turkey in the 1980s). Also, Chayton, a Sioux boys name meaning 'falcon'. Shaheen is a Persian boys name meaning 'falcon'.
Do we have anywhere to comment on entries that we think are wrong?
I note that Miley is listed as a modern invented name and it most certainly isn't.
It's an old British surname (probably a form of Miles). It was the maiden name of one of my British ancestors, and when I searched on the UK Ancestry site to see if Miley had ever been used as a first, I discovered it had and more than you probably think. I found boys and girls named Miley as far back as the early 1800s.
Definitely not a new name!
Whitman is listed as a girl's name... why? It's a surname, so I guess it could be unisex, but the meaning is "white man", it ends in "man", and the most famous namesake is a man (Walt Whitman). There is no entry for Whitman as a boy's name (which one would more intuitively assume it is). You even wrote "Whitman, a namesake surname for poet Walt, would be much more suited to a boy, probably because of that "man" part. It might be preferable to revive the retired Whitney." So obviously it should be listed in the boys' section, too. Teila, a female English name meaning 'duck' or 'blue-green' is also not in the database.
And I guess it's not technically a baby name, but I always thought if I had a son I'd want to name him after my home state, Kentucky, which isn't in the database. If Tennessee and Alabama are usable, why not Kentucky? :)
I think Vanderlyle is a completely made up name by Matt Berninger, the frontman of the band The National, but it just sounds awesome. There's Vander, and there's Lyle, so maybe it could be a variation for them.
Adua is an old-school iItalian name, used especially when we used to conquer other places. I also heard Olanda, but the entry is bare. I believe that it's basically a misspell for Iolanda, but it is also the translation of Holland in Italian. Another Italian oldie is indeed Isolina, which is not featured as sraexx suggested.