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  1. #1
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    is Devon manly?

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    yes Devon is definately manly

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    I think Devon is unisex. But I find it a bit outdated. Although it's still a cute name.

    I'am sorry but I cant think of any similar names right now.
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    It's unisex. But if I read it on a class list or something I would assume its a boy. You could use a girlier spelling if you really like it.. Devin? Devlin?
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    I know four girl Devin/Devon/Devans and one male Devon. I just don't think it's very feminine sounding, but I wouldn't say the name is horrendous.


    I think Davina is a nice, more feminine alternative.
    Last edited by birdies; September 10th, 2013 at 02:32 PM.
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