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September 25th, 2013 09:40 PM #1Junior Member
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September 25th, 2013 09:52 PM #5
I love Leighton, and Rowan as well!
I have only met 1 Rowan, (0 Leighton's) and he's 8.
However, the US and England+Wales stats for both are;
E+W: Leighton - 167th for boys, with 354 births, no data available for girls, meaning it ranked below the top 1000 with less than 36 births.
Rowan - 137th for boys, with 449 births, 573rd for girls, with 74 births.
USA: Leighton - 563rd for girls, and, recently fell out of the US top 1000 for boys, but had ranked 922nd in 2011
Rowan - 301st for boys, and 445th for girls.
So, going by the data, if you're in the USA, Leighton's gone for the girls, but isn't unheard of for a boy. If you're from the UK, Leighton's entirely team blue.
Rowan is a less obvious team blue choice, but it is definitely more popular for boys.
Personally, I prefer both for boys, and Rowena for a girl.if I had a baby right now, they would be;
Eulalie Mirabelle or Louis Augustus
Louis, Henry, Darcy, Harry, Augustus, Andrew, Adam, Frederick, Ashley, Mackenzie, Addison, Albert, Walter & Theodore
Agnes, Dorothea, Virginia, Alethea, Beatrice, Elsa, Octavia, Eulalie, Evelyn, Eugenie, Martha, Elizabeth, Ruth, & Clara
September 26th, 2013 12:26 AM #7
I know a guy in his late 20s with this name, even before Leighton Meester hit the scene I always thought his name was feminine due to it starting with Leigh-. though he pronounces it Lay-ton. (I dislike him strongly as a person so I never got around to actually judging this name as it will always be associated with him for me)
Well Rowan I was thinking was a girls name as I have only remembered ever heard it as a girls name recently, then I read lizben's comment about Mr. Bean aka Rowan Atkinson and yes it is definitely a male name. I'm not really into this boys name on girls trend but alot of these names I hadn't heard of/remembered hearing of so I automatically associate them with the ladies.I like distinct, memorable, exotic and preferably non-popular names. The kids with unique names wore them so well when I was younger and never got lost in the crowd.
September 26th, 2013 12:35 AM #9
Writer, babysitter, middle-hitter/blocker volleyball player,name lover, future book editor, teenberry
Clara, Maya, Lila, Ruby, Rose, Annabel, Violet, Ivy, Grace, Sophie, Lena, Leah, Elizabeth.
Seth, Luke, Caleb, Leo, Liam, James, Samuel, August, Alexander, Jacob.
Current name crushes:
Aria, Maggie, Tessa
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