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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2012

    Winslow... Boy or Girl?

    I am writing a novel. Here is a bit of background to go with the naming scenario. The story revolves around 19-year-old Rowan Birge. She has an older brother named Hudson and a younger sister named Evelyn. The parents of these three, Miles Birge and Larissa Cavanaugh got divorced. Larissa, a freelance artist who lives in a tiny apartment with her new husband Nate, is expecting a baby. I wanted the baby to be named after a famous artist and thus chose Winslow after Winslow Homer. I am having mixed emotions about whether the baby should be a boy or a girl. What is your opinion?

  2. #3
    I think Winslow should be a girl, nn Win or Winnie.
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    But that was when I ruled the world

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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    United States
    Winslow is a boys name for me. Win or Winnie could still be a cute nickname for when he's a baby.

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  4. #7
    I think "Winslow" is more of a boy's name but the cute "Win" and "Winnie" nicknames does make it more girlish but in the end, I still think its more of a boy's name

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Winslow is masculine to me, and Win or Winnie would be cute pet names.
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