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  1. #11
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    I don't really assume one way or the other, nor do I find it important.

    Also unisex names vary in the frequency of one gender or another based on location. I have a unisex name that's traditionally masculine, but in the US is considered more feminine. Doesn't effect me one way or the other.

  2. #13
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    Feb 2013
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    Australia
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    Quinn with a double 'n' seems to be being used for girls recently (although I actually know a 15-year-old girl named Quinn!)
    However, Quin with one 'n' (especially if short for Quinton) is definitely boy for me.
    I'm 19 with a furbaby named Frederick

    * Beatrix * Clementine * Penelope * Cecilia * Margo *

    * Theodore * Hugo * Caspian * Arthur * Lysander *

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