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October 21st, 2013 11:47 AM #41Senior Member
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- Apr 2012
I like it more on a girl. I like boy names for girls. Your gonna get a different opinion from everybody so choose what you like.Name favorites :
Alana, Scarlett, Alexandria, Annalise, Gianna, Marcella, Kayla, Arabella, Julianna, Anastasia, Jovanna
Cole, William, Samuel, Caleb, Rylan, Roman, Grayson, Jackson, Joseph, Caden, Christian, Joshua
October 21st, 2013 11:52 AM #43Senior Member
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- Jan 2013
Mama to Amelie Clara (2008) & Daisy Madeline (2013).
Alice Tallulah, Polly Matilda, Rosalie Faye, Lucy Annabel, Maya Lillian, Hazel Kate, Eva Blossom, Juliet Lila, Ivy Camille.
Charles Joshua "Charlie", Theodore Samuel "Teddy", Elliott Daniel, Noah Zachary, James Oscar, Arthur Philip, Rowan Isaac.
October 21st, 2013 12:31 PM #45
It bothers me that people see it as unisex. If you want to use it on a girl do so but it is not nor was is ever a unisex name. It's a boy's name! It irks me that it's shown as unisex here. Names that are unisex have been given to both, boys and girls from the beginning on or in modern day, are at least popular for both genders.
Just because you like it on both, does not make it a unisex name.
October 21st, 2013 12:33 PM #47Dany (Also known as Athena Danielle)
Rosemary Gloria ~ Lilith Seraphine ~ Alaric Matthew ~ Henry Marcellus ~ Sebastian Rhys
October 21st, 2013 12:50 PM #49
Elliott and male Isabelle.
Of course Elliott sounds "feminine and sweet" when some people hear it on enough females. If no one ever named their daughter Elliott to begin with, I highly doubt you'd think the same thing. You'd still consider it to be a masculine name.
More open people because someone is willing to give their daughter a name that will make people think they're a boy? WHAT? I can't believe you just said that... (especially when you basically implied that any future son you have cannot be feminine or beautiful).Current favorites:
Cora . Louisa . Lydia . Mary
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