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July 19th, 2013 12:40 AM #16
I don't really like any traditional girl names so I tend to prefer unisex names for a girl. My favorite unisex name for a girl is Quinn. I also like Finn which I don't think is very popular for girls. A lot of historically male names actually sound feminine to me like Riley and Avery. Spencer is my favorite name for a boy and
I also like Cameron for a boy. I don't think unisex names are ridiculous at all. I don't understand why people bash them so much. If it isn't their child they shouldn't worry about.
July 19th, 2013 08:01 AM #18** The opinions expressed above are not meant to be reflective of Nameberry as a whole but are my opinion and mine alone. **
Henry Nathaniel (3) and Julia Paige (1)
Bennett - Emmett - Felix - Oliver - Owen - Preston - Samuel
Abigail - Claire - Clara - Hope - Lydia - Maude - Molly
July 19th, 2013 11:06 AM #20Senior Member
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I very rarely like unisex names on girls. I find that I like them better on boys.
However whatever your preference is. If you're gonna use a unisex name, then don't get offended if someone assumes your kid is the opposite sex.
Taking a look at your list and all of those are "boy" to me except Erin, Bailey, Sam, Pat and Alex. And the last 3 I find are very unisex because they are nicknames not actual names. Sam is short for Samuel or Samantha. Pat is short for Patrick or Patricia and Alex is short for Alexander or Alexandra.
July 19th, 2013 01:10 PM #22
I also like them better on boys, but mostly because a pretty solid chunk of them were originally boy's names, and I prefer to see them as such.I’m just trying to behave as I think a friend should behave. Granted, I haven’t had much practice.
~Elphaba Thropp, Wicked, by Gregory Maguire
July 19th, 2013 02:09 PM #24Senior Member
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Honestly I'm not a huge fan of unisex names but they are everywhere so it is hard to avoid them all together. I say middle names are a better place for unisex names . Also I see them more for girls.
Avery - girl
Jamie - girl
Pat - Patrick or Patricia - either
Alex - boy
Anderson - boy
Casey - girl
Aaron/ Erin - either
Riley - either, girl
Cameron - boy
Dylan - boy
Taylor - either, girl
Drew - boy
Morgan - boy
Spencer - boy
Sam - Samuel or Samantha, either
Bailey - girl