Unisex Names: Our Top 20 for 2013 (so far)
The top unisex names among Nameberry’s visitors include those that lean girlward and those more favored for boys. To qualify as a unisex name for this list, a name needs to be given to at least 10 percent of the minority gender.
Check out the graphic on our new Unisex Names home page to get more specific statistics on how these names divide along gender lines. Our Number 1 unisex name Quinn, for instance, is now 68 percent female, a dramatic swing toward the girls’ side thanks to its starring role on television’s Glee. Number 2 Rowan, meanwhile, is 63 percent male.
This is a fascinating list, including names such as Charlie and Elliot that were long traditional male names and other choices such as Reese (Witherspoon) and Peyton (Manning) that are heavily identified with celebrities of one gender but are still used for babies of the other.
If you’re interested in these or other unisex names for your baby, be sure to check the gender progression over time on the chart on our Unisex Names page.
The Top Unisex Names so far this year on Nameberry are: