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April 4th, 2014 11:18 PM #6
Anyway, back to the op. I can sort of see what you're saying, but I think for me personally, it's just easier to say unisex, since it means almost the same thing.
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April 5th, 2014 06:54 AM #8
April 5th, 2014 11:38 AM #10Member
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We loved the name Peyton up until a few weeks ago (I'm 32 weeks pregnant and we live in Scotland) but one have been told its 'chavvy' and/or a male name (we are having a girl) and we have now struck it off the list because of this but still love it.
We also loved Dani for a girl but again decided against this due to being predominantly a male name.
I think its sad that this happens but I do think the two names I've mentioned can be used both ways
April 5th, 2014 01:30 PM #12
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April 5th, 2014 01:37 PM #14
I get told my kids names spesh my daughters name is chavvy all the time its not.. but hey ho how people like to think is up to them.
Bailey< BOY - Not girl.
Peyton <Girl- not boy
Ashton< That is unisex if spelt different i.e Ashtyn (would say that was a fem version)
There are many unisex names i see as being 1 gender not both
but as eliot /elliott goes i can actually see this as being 2 genders but it has been made that was through the series scrubs i believe as the charater called elliot on there. I went through likeing hte name dsplet Elliette as can be used as Ellie for a girl- But mrs nephew is an Elliott.
Oh and P.S Dani/ Danie/ Danni is girls nickname of danielle name Danny/dan boys nickname of daniel.
As i am a dani and have a male friend called Danny (yes it can get a bit confuzzling) but at the end of the day danny is a boy and dani a girl to me.. dani as a boy looks wrong.
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