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    Red face Unisex/boyish names for girls?

    What do you guys think of the names Charlie, Loghan, and Oswin for a girl name? Middle or first, doesn't matter.
    First names:
    Aria ❀ Alivia ❀ Amelia ❀ Mona
    Elliot ♣ Emmet ♣ Landon ♣ Simon ♣ Theodore


    Middle names:
    Clara ❀ Eleanor ❀ Lily ❀ Loghan ❀ Lucy ❀ Lyra ❀ Maggie ❀ Marlowe ❀ Melody ❀ Oswin ❀
    Albus ♣ Cordell ♣ Emrys ♣ Felix ♣ Frederick ♣ Jasper ♣ Merlin

    Pet Names:
    Charlotte (,,◕ ⋏ ◕,,) Winnie

    ✘○✘○ ℒεαн

  2. #3
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    Charlie definitely works for a girl however Loghan and Oswin are clearly boys names to me. I think there's a few boys names that work for girls but these don't sound even a bit feminine to ME, so I wouldn't use them for girls.
    However if you love them so much, I'd put them in the middle spot.
    Alice | Clara | Clementine | Eloise | Elsa | Emma | Flora | Ida | Juliette | Leonor | Madita | Mathilda | Ophelia | Rosalie | Viola


    August | Arthur | Beckett | Bennett | Caspar | Elliott | Henry | Jasper | Jack | Leo | Nepomuk | Theo

  3. #5
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    Not a fan. There are so many strong, feminine names for girls that I feel are far better for a female.

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    I have Logan on my list too! I love it! "Logan Jade"...<3

    Some others I like are...

    Cody Elle
    Ryan Shea
    Avery Kaye
    Reese Carter
    Sawyer Blanche

    honestly...I wouldnt be too concerned about using a "boyish" name for a girl or vice versa....look back in history and see how many names that were originally meant for boys that are now commonly worn by girls. I do think, however, it is important to pair it with a feminine middle name.

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    I like Lohgan. Oswin is alright. Charlie I think of as a nn.

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