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  1. #1
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    Gender neutral name help!

    Alright, any fairly unisex/gender neutral "R" suggestions?

    Set on Knox as the first name, but am stuck on a middle name! There are plenty of GN one syllable names that I like, but I think it needs to be multisyllabic to have a nice ring.

    So far these are what I've got:

    Knox Rylan (too out there or trendy with the FN? Is it even that gender neutral?)
    Knox Rory
    Knox Raleigh (not sure about that one)

    Work your magic, berries!
    Last edited by koliver; October 9th, 2013 at 12:02 AM.

  2. #3
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    Rory was the first name I thought of before reading your list!

    How about Reagan, Robin, Reece, Ryan (I knew a girl Ryanne), Riley/Ryleigh/etc

    Hope this helps!


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  3. #5
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    Hm... Roan? Or Rowan? Rue. Roman. Rye. Russ. Rudd. Maybe? Best of luck!!

  4. #7
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    River, Rowan - Nature names. The others I had were all one syllable though I *am* very fond of Rain.

    Rejoice, Revere, Remembrance, Remedy, Reverie, Reminisce, Rhapsody - Can't decide if they sound like Puritan virtue names or New Age spiritual. I like a couple of these a lot and the others I'm not as sure of.

    Rembrandt, Renoir, Remington, Rigby - Surnames, but to my ear Knox doesn't need another surname. I did love Renoir very much for years as a name though, because I so adored the artist.

  5. #9
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    I too thought Rory when it name to unisex R names. You could go with a surname as well like Radburn or Redmond.
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