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August 20th, 2014 04:10 PM #1
Scout - Boy/Girl/Unisex, in your opinion?
I'm a big fan of the name Scout. I used to always think girl, because I grew up listening to To Kill a Mockingbird on book-on-tape while going to bed before I could read it.) Now I consider it a boy name, but with unisex tendencies, I will accept that. In your mind, does it lean more towards boy or girl, or is it stuck right there in the middle as a perfectly unisex name. (Like the name Taylor, in my mind. Totally unisex).
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August 20th, 2014 04:23 PM #3To me, it's unisex.
August 20th, 2014 04:33 PM #5
I consider it a girl name. If I heard of someone called Scout, I would immediately assume they were a girl- the original Scout was female, as is the Willis daughter, so I would just assume that (I much prefer it on a girl anyhow). I suppose it could be used by a boy and be considered unisex, but it just doesn't sit that way in my mind.Mary Lucienne / Esther Mirabelle / Camellia Edie / Raphaela Mercy / Anouk Evangeline / Francesca Seraphim / Josephine Dove / Ida Annabelle / Shalom Odelia / Bethlehem Dominica / Lydia Tibeldie / Susanna Daisy / Jane Bloom / Willa Jessamine
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August 20th, 2014 04:36 PM #7Junior Member
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I know in theory it is unisex, but I can only picture it on a girl. That might be because the only person I've met named Scout was a girlGirls: Beatrice, Blythe, Ivy, Quinn, Thea
Boys: Levi, Declan, Flynn, Micah, Griffin
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