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Geezer Names for Girls

Blame it on Sidney. This name, which conjures up images of thick glasses, a snowfall of dandruff on shoulders, and plaid polyester pants pulled up to the sternum, sounds (strangely enough) nothing less than charming, nothing short of cool when applied to a little girl. And so too can the other geezer names here. Caution: Most of these names should not be bestowed on a boy. The world is not yet ready for another generation of male Seymours and Sheldons, although keep in mind that among the hottest boys' names in the UK now are Harvey and Leon.

  • Barry

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    Out-of-date for a boy, innovative for a girl. Read More 

  • Bert

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    Bert is certainly cuter than any of the possible long forms.Read More 

  • Billy

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  • Bobby

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    Bobby is a nickname-name that's long been used on its own for both girls and boys, though the Bobby spelling is more usually masculine while the girls' version is usually Bobbie. There were just... Read More 

  • Chauncey

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    A name halfway between its old milquetoast image and a more jovial Irish-sounding contemporary one. Sounds more feminine than masculine these days.Read More 

  • Clarke

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    Though the original is unequivocally male, adding the E makes it viable for girls too.Read More 

  • Clem

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  • Dale

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    An early unisex nature name that has been surpassed by others, Dale is still a simple, sylvan and serene option.

    Most of Dale's recent best known bearers--father and son race drivers... Read More 

  • Dean

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    Like many passé boys' names, this one sounds fresh again for girls. Read More 

  • Gary

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    While not generally thought of as unisex, this is a male name that, like Perry and Barry, has occasionally been used for girls over the years. Read More 

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