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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Obviously it's far more popular for girls, but it is a tree name and therefore unisex. The -o ending is trendy for boys and the first syllable is Will, so I think it's very usable for a boy. It's really just a matter of whether or not you think your son being mistaken for a girl from time to time is really such a bad thing.
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  2. #8
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    I actually love this idea! I think most nature names are unisex. The movie Willow introduced it as a boys' name, albeit in a fantasy setting, and there is the nickname Will, just like William. I think the soft, poetic, dream-like quality is even more pronounced on a boy than on a girl.
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    Alice Willow ~ Ophelia Wren ~ Juliet Snow ~ Lucia Pearl ~ Eve Wisteria nn Evie ~ Cosima Rose ~ River Seraphine ~ Elowen Briar

    Narnia Rose, Astoria nn Story, Illyria, Serafina, Soraya, Faerydae
    Orion Melchior North, Tobias Loki, Edmund, Frost, Oberon, Kenshin, Remiel, Atreyu

  3. #10
    I dont think nature names are ever truly masculine or feminine. However, Willow is a pretty popular name for girls right now. I definitely think a boy Willow in this day and age would probably get some looks.

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    I love Willow for a boy but never cared for it for girls. There's nothing feminine about it.

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  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Yep, sure is.

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