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    15 30.00%
  • Girl

    22 44.00%
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    13 26.00%
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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    As of right now Wynn is leaning girl only... anyone else?
    Emily / 20

    Samuel • Edward • George • James
    Girls' names are a struggle.

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Wynn is DH's middle name and his father's middle as well. I didn't continue the tradition with Henry because the name didn't have "special" family meaning, it was just the surname of one of PaPa's favorite football players!

    I considered using it for a middle when we found out #2 was a girl (I was thinking of spelling it Wynne), but then it felt weird, since I skipped using it when the tradition of it would've made more sense. And we have family in Wynne, Arkansas and they absolutely loathe the place! ha!

    At any rate, I think it's a great name. Maybe it does lean feminine but I think it works for either gender. Jimmy Fallon has a new babe named Winnie but I don't see his influence contributing to huge gains in popularity.
    Lara -- mama to Henry (June 2000) & Agnes (April 2012) and one angel baby

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    A Town Called Alice
    I personally would go Wynn for boys and Wynne for girls. So I guess, boy then.
    Ingrid | Kit | Esclarmonde | Alistair | Susanna | Emun

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    I voted for girl simply because I really love the name Winona with the nn Winn/Wynn so I just see it as being a really girl name, haha!
    MaddieFleur, Name Lover, Someday Mummy

    For my little ladies: Evie, Tessa, Charlotte, Leah, Millie, Poppy, Cara, Juliet, Ottilie, Isolde, Rosalind, Martha
    For my dashing gents: Finn, Charlie, Isaac, Louis, William, Rory, Roman, Arthur, Leopold, Nicholas, Alexander, August

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Wishing for Greece, stuck in the US
    I like it for either but generally as a nickname.

    For boys it'd be Edwin, Ashwin, Corwin, Lewin, Colwyn. Or for more mainstream names like Winston, Windell etc
    For girls it'd be Gwyneth, Winter, Ceridwen, Eirwen, Elowen, Gwendolen, Gwenllian, Rowena -- My Amazon Author Page

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    Persephone Elysia Willow -- June 5th, 2013
    Amelia Lorien Sophia -- December 2015.

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