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  1. #11
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    Apr 2013
    I've only ever heard of girls called Brooklyn, but as others said, as a place name it's fairly unisex. (although I think of most place names - London, Paris, etc. as boy's names).
    Lillian Elizabeth 6.16.13

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    I have only met girls with the name and to me it is very feminine.
    ♥Mckinley Mayfair, Christian Wayne & Sir Angus Fionn♥

    Elizabeth, Adelaide, Clara, Amelia, Arabella, Beatrice, Cordelia,
    Hermione, Imogen, Juniper
    the rest of the girls

    William, Edgar, Arthur, Gilbert, Jasper, Basil, Henry, Horatio, Sebastian, Aloysius
    the rest of the boys

    Lyra Primrose, Amelia Hyacinth, Emmeline Bronte/ Magnus Frey, Julian Mackenzie, Sebastian Lake
    the rest of my combos

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    The land of cheese, brats, and boring flat land
    Unisex, only because I know so many girl Brooklyn's. But I vastly prefer the name on a boy if I were ever to consider it.
    ~Vincent Rosalind~

    Lovely Ladies~Cecilia, Avis, Henrietta "Etta", Katherine, Imogen, Evangeline

    Dashing Gentlemen~Ezra, Harrison, Noel, Matthew, Peter, Anderson, Roan

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    I'll admit that since it's a place name, maybe it could go either way. However, I wouldn't consider Houston, Tyler, Austin or Bryan (all place names from around where I'm from) unisex. For me the combination of Brooke and Lynn makes it sound very feminine, even though I'm sure that at least Lynn used to be a man's name... The only Brooklyn's I know are girls. I found the Beckham's choice of Brooklyn for their son very strange.

  5. #19
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    Feb 2013
    New Jersey
    Is silly a choice?

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