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June 11th, 2013 05:09 PM #6
No matter the spelling, this name is all boy to me.Ladies
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June 11th, 2013 05:13 PM #8Member
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Lochlan is my husband's favorite name for a girl. To me it does not scream boy or girl so I could see it used for either. I like it but it's not my favorite. I like the idea of using Lo as a nickname. The only person with the name I know in real life is a girl who spells it Locklynn so to me it is more of a girl name than boy name.
June 11th, 2013 05:27 PM #10
Hmm, what are the first two children named? It'd help in recommending more names. Most of the names you listed ended in the -on sound even if they aren't spelled that way, so I'll suggest mostly similar sounding ones. I don't really like Locklin on a girl, sorry. It has the trendy -lin ending a lot of girls names have nowadays, but I find the Lock sound in the first syllable too masculine.
Unisex or unisex sounding names with -on ending:
Misc. unisex or unisex sounding names:
Names similar to Lillian:
Trillian (from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
Names similar to Locklin (Lachlan):
Palin (okay, I'm joking with that one)
Annika, Artemis, Bianca, Cassandra, Catherine, Evadne, Felicity, Gwendolen, Isabeau, Isadora, Juniper,
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Caspian, Conrad, Damian, Desmond, Evander, Everett, Ezra, Griffin, Gwydion, Malachi,
Peregrine, Phineas, Theodore
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June 11th, 2013 06:53 PM #12
Boy's name. Not one for a girl at all.♥ Margaret Mary ♥
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June 11th, 2013 07:04 PM #14Senior Member
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I do find it more of a boy's name, but I'm not going to say it's off the table because of that. I knew a girl named Larkin growing up and I think Lark is sooo spunky and cute!
May I also suggest Lake? I had a friend who recently used it and it has been growing on me.
Lila/Lilah is similar in sound to Lillion, but much more doable.
Also... here are some unisex ones I really like :