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August 20th, 2014 04:10 PM #1
Scout - Boy/Girl/Unisex, in your opinion?
I'm a big fan of the name Scout. I used to always think girl, because I grew up listening to To Kill a Mockingbird on book-on-tape while going to bed before I could read it.) Now I consider it a boy name, but with unisex tendencies, I will accept that. In your mind, does it lean more towards boy or girl, or is it stuck right there in the middle as a perfectly unisex name. (Like the name Taylor, in my mind. Totally unisex).
Thanks for your opinions!| Mama to Abel Benjamin |& baby girl arriving in AugustI can't kick this baby name fever.Olive | Opal | Eloise | Birdie | Posy | Claire | Mabel | FrancesAbel | Boaz | August | Luther | Fox | Francis | Felix | Wolfgang[guilty pleasure names abound]
August 20th, 2014 04:23 PM #3To me, it's unisex.
August 20th, 2014 04:33 PM #5
I consider it a girl name. If I heard of someone called Scout, I would immediately assume they were a girl- the original Scout was female, as is the Willis daughter, so I would just assume that (I much prefer it on a girl anyhow). I suppose it could be used by a boy and be considered unisex, but it just doesn't sit that way in my mind.Mary, Esther, Susanna, Nora, Camellia, Francesca, Dominica, Bellamy, Gardenia, Magnolia, Ida, Mabel, Yuki, Rose, Josephine, Theodora, Raphaela.
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August 20th, 2014 04:36 PM #7Junior Member
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I know in theory it is unisex, but I can only picture it on a girl. That might be because the only person I've met named Scout was a girlGirls: Beatrice, Blythe, Ivy, Quinn, Thea
Boys: Levi, Declan, Flynn, Micah, Griffin
August 20th, 2014 04:51 PM #9Beatrix - Fleur - Minnow - Zelda - Fern - Winifred - Poet
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