There are many names that look unisex, feel unisex….but are they really? Going by the strictest definition of the term, are these names truly used for babies of both genders?
In many cases, no. The names here, which many people consider unisex, were actually used overwhelmingly for one gender over the other. Figures are based on the 2013 US statistics, and were compiled with the help of intern Megan Garon.
Names 95 percent or more female
Names 90 to 95 percent female
Names 95 percent or more male
Names 90 to 95 percent male