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April 5th, 2014 06:10 PM #11
April 5th, 2014 09:25 PM #13
April 6th, 2014 03:14 AM #15
Some really rigid berries here would tell you there's no unisex names, but I disagree.
Unisex - currently used for both genders. Gender ambiguous = unisex.
Some word names are nothing but unisex, (River, Rowan).
Just because Ashley was once a only a male name, doesn't mean it is still only a male name. Culture changes like I change socks.Edmund, Edward, Beowulf, Arlo, Robin, Thorin, Emil, Erik, Lysander, Magnus, Percy, Orpheus, David, Edgar, Roland, Gaspar, Wesley, Thierry, Gustav, Joshua, Ludwig, Lucius, Harley, Godfrey, Ansel, August, Harold, Hugo, Amadeus
Rosalyn, Griselda, Dorothea, Charlotte, Cecily, Anastasia, Dulcie, Elaine, Freya, Seraphina, Bethany, Aurora, Amoret, Blanche, Georgina, Cvijeta, Millicent, Melody, Valkyrie, Lenore, Juliet, Celestine, Bridget, Sunniva, Nimue, Madelief, Isabella, Helena, Flora, Isolde