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  1. #1
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    Too common for a girl, but on a boy...

    I've always loved the name Morgan, for both genders. I've decided that I will probably not use it for a girl due to it's popularity, but is it still too common/popular on a boy? I don't know any male Morgan's. So what do you think? Is it cool for a boy? Your general thoughts on the name?
    My cherished daughter, Rowan Jane. ~b. 10/2011~


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  2. #3
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    I really like Morgan on a boy; strangely enough, I've only met one female Morgan. The other four or five were guys. Morgan feels really rugged to me, which is part of the reason I have such a hard time with it on a girl.
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  3. #5
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    I think I've met a few female Morgans in the past before but when I met a male Morgan last year, the name turned all boy for me. It's a nice, sturdy unisex name and though the name has been leaning more towards the girls side these days, I find it's evenly split. Definitely a cool name for a boy.
    Danielle • 19 years old • United States

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  4. #7
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    I think it's cute on a boy. I've never met a Morgan of any gender, but I think I'd prefer it on a boy.
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  5. #9
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    I can't say because I live in England. In my local area I know more male Morgans than I do female, we're talking about an area where Ashley, Rowan and Alex are still boys names, i wouldn't hesitate to call my son Devon, Phoenix or Sydney around here. America is a different story though. I think you'd be better off asking some local friend on family to get an idea on whether your local community would find it weird or cool
    Current Loves: Tobias Henry and Sebastian Keith

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