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  1. #36
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    Not in the slightest. Avery is in the top 25 for girls, and I'd still use it for a boy!

  2. #38
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    Not at all.
    Eden's on my boys list, and it's viewed as a girls name although it's legitimately unisex and arguably male. I love Riley on boys, moreso than on girls.
    Laurel - 2O - Aries - Slytherin - University of Toronto



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  3. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by heytherepigeon View Post
    I really like the name Riley for a boy, but the name is in the top 50 for girls. I don't think it would be odd to meet a boy named Riley, as I know several - boys my own age and toddlers as well. But would the unisex popularity stop you from using it?
    Yes, without a doubt. Boys have a hard line to follow when it comes to a name. Ask men.

  4. #42
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    Riley is becoming SUPER popular lately, I know personally 4 people who has named their children this. I feel like this name will become one of those names that everyone has, and when the kid is of class age they'll be like 4 Riley's in every classroom. I had Riley on my list and has since marked it out, I'm sad.. It was such a good name.

    But Riley is a unisex name, I know male and girl Riley's. And the first Riley I heard about was Riley on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (The Riley of BTVS is a guy btw).
    Last edited by kisa; September 8th, 2013 at 05:48 PM.

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