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  1. #6
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    To mean it sounds unisex with leaning toward feminine/cutesy

  2. #8
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    Harley is also a family name for me.. great-grandfather. My father always wanted me to use it as an honor name, and I've considered it for a mn (where all my kids honor names are).. I wish it would stay more male than unisex. I love the name.
    Mama to 4 handsome, awesome boys!
    Sebastian, Oliver, Elliott and August

  3. #10
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    I like Harley! I would use it for a middle on a girl, but the boy option in cute!
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  4. #12
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    Harley was predominantly masculine until the late 80's/early 90's. Due to the motorcycles, it has a very masculine feel to it. Harley is not my style but it's not a name I'd be bothered to see on a child.
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  5. #14
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    I really like Harley on a boy. It was my grandfather's middle name so I have always seen it as a masculine name. I would love to see more people use it for boys. I might use it as a middle name only because it seems mismatched with my other children's more traditional names.
    Ruby, Nixie, Anna, Harlow, Davida, Rosemarie, Elaina, Valentina, Josephine, Lillian
    Davis, Alden, Luke, Micah, Isaac, Gabriel, Julian, Simon, Jasper, Oliver

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