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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2012

    Question What Names Would You Like to See Cross Over?

    Many of you may not agree with boy names crossing over to the girls' side and vice-versa, but not all of them can be bad.

    I remember expressing that I thought Sebastienne was kind of interesting. And I recently posted something about the girl name, "Hero". It's cute for either gender to me.
    Now I'm running into the name "Felix" for a girl. After watching the most recent season of Gordon Ramsay's "Master Chef", I saw that a female contestant has this name!

    Suddenly, I'm thinking Felix wouldn't be so bad on a girl. Maybe I'm just crazy.

    And not all of these "feminizations" of once traditionally-masculine names are so nice. For example, I don't favor Felicia to Felix. I don't like the way it looks or sounds. So once the time came that I had to choose the name for a baby girl and I felt "Felix" fit - maybe I'd use it!

    For any Berry (expectant or name-dreaming): What names would you like to see cross over? Are there names you're considering naming your (future) child that isn't traditionally a boy's or girl's name? Share please I'd also be interested in your reasoning behind the decision.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    I am a fan of unisex/boys names on girls....

    I love Marley, Bailey Oakley, and Jessie which can be used as girls names but i prefer them on boys.
    For girls I like Hadley, Finley, and Saxon...

    To me these names just seem to 'fit' those genders and although I know female Bailey's and male Finley's I see them as opposite.
    15 year old namelover from downunder...
    Little Ladies: Anouk, Hero, Clio, Rory, Scout & Sailor
    Handsome Guys: Atticus, Levi, Noah, Jasper & Jesse

  3. #5
    I just generally dislike names which "cross over".. Kind of the reason why I dislike unisex names. The only exception is Blair for a girl.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    London, England
    I quite like more "feminine" names on boys, so on our list for Baby we've got:

    Zooey, Meredith, Marion, Darcy, Innes, Jules, Quinn and Robin. Most of these are of course really male names. Zooey is from J. D. Salinger's novel Franny & Zooey, and he's one of my favourite characters of all time. I think Zooey would be adoreable on a boy.

    For girl I've got Indigo, Domino and Mio. And I'm starting to like Jasper...

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Ankh Morpork, Discworld
    I have a secret crush on the name Kelly for a boy.
    I know that originally it was a boy name... and it always sounded like a name one of Cary Grant's male contemporaries would be named.

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