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June 6th, 2013 06:09 PM #11Senior Member
- Join Date
- Nov 2011
I have met a boy & a girl. I think I like it a bit more on a boy.
June 6th, 2013 06:42 PM #13Senior Member
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- Apr 2012
I've only met one Dakota- a man in his 50s
The name has always felt more masculine to me, even before I met him
Fox * Rohan * Jade * Shea * Eden * Blaise * Greer
Lotus * Noor * Tallulah * Jasper * Linden * Arden
June 7th, 2013 04:23 PM #15
It's used pretty much equally for both genders but I think it's definitely more usable on a girl. For one, there are more celebrity Dakota girls than boys. There's Dakota Fanning and then there's a girl Dakota in "The Office" (I love the name on her, she's the reason I like it). Another thing is that it's easier for a girl to pull off a unisex name than a boy. It's way worse socially for a boy to appear feminine than for a girl to appear tomboyish. For girls it's kind of edgy and cool, and for boys it just doesn't work. Another thing is that the -a ending is traditionally feminine. I actually really like it on a girl even though it's not particularly my style, persay!Felicity ~ Calista ~ Claudia ~ Beatrice "Betty" ~ Carlotta ~ Millie ~ Cora ~ Audrey ~ Violet
Calvin ~ Jude ~ Miles ~ Oliver ~ Roscoe ~ Benjamin ~ Leo ~ Adrian ~ Isaac ~ Colin
Please rate my namelist! http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9831814
June 7th, 2013 05:02 PM #17...if my husbands has no vote, then....
Endora & Lorelei / Dexter & Gideon
...we are newlyweds and not trying...yet...
June 8th, 2013 07:07 PM #19
Either one. I like it better for a boy, though.Silas ~ Gideon ~ Lincoln ~ Ezekiel ~ Malachi ~ Samuel ~ Ezra ~ Charlie ~ Gabriel ~ Elliott
Maisie ~ Sophie ~ Naomi ~ Willa ~ Evangeline ~ Freya ~ Vivienne ~ Nora ~ Josephine ~ Daphne