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  1. #6
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    Reuben, Ronan, Robin, Rohan, Rowan and Rainer could give you Ren! Plus I think most sound pretty unisex.
    I'm not too good with unisex names but here are some names that don't sound too masculine:
    Zane
    Vaughn
    Toby
    Sully (Sullivan?)
    Sol (Solomon?)
    Remy
    Reese
    River
    Percy
    Noel
    Niall
    Maxim
    Marley
    Lennon
    Lucian/Lucien
    Luca
    Lyle
    Jem
    Jude
    Indigo
    Hayes
    Gatsby
    Finn
    Ferris
    Ellis
    Elliot
    Emil
    Davis
    Dorian
    Clancy
    Cy (could be a nickname for many names, Cyrus, Cyprian etc etc)
    Bennett
    Arrow
    Arlo
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    ❤ Celia • Queer • Bird Mom to Bowie ❤
    Dorothy Lilac • Helen Rosamund • Henrietta Joy
    Meadow Louise • Theodora True • Winifred Hope

    Edmund Fox • Jem Augustus • Phillip Arrow
    Rafferty Noble • Reuben Shepherd • Stanley Ocean

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  2. #8
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
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    England
    Posts
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    Camren ?....
    ♕ Rosalie(Dec '11)
    ♕ Genevieve (Apr '14)
    ♕ Emmeline (Oct '17)
    ♕ #4 Due May 2019



    Considering
    ♕ Sebastian ♕ Nathaniel ♕ Theodore ♕ Alexander ♕
    ♕Annabelle ♕ Annelise ♕ Madeleine ♕ Josephine ♕ Matilda/Matildé ♕ Juliet(te) ♕ Mirabelle ♕ Calista ♕

  3. #10
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  4. #12
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    May 2013
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    Hmmm

    I wonder where you live, if Kieran (to me, a familiar name and I know a couple) would lead to you not being taken seriously.

    What about Quinn? Little bit similar sound to Kieran perhaps? Def genderfluid, and not overused.

    Personally, I tend to love male names that are gentle, soft, and often end in -a. Think Luca, Alva, Sequoia. I think they lend themselves to some genderfluidity as well.

    I also love the pp’s suggestion of Torin! One of my current favorites!
    Sage (*2013)
    Nani (MC 2017, may have been Seraphine or Aurelian)
    Expecting another boy! Due early 2019

    Looking for Slavic names this time around.
    Miro ~ Vedran ~ Neven ~ Ilias + two too rare to share.

  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by emmievis View Post
    Reuben, Ronan, Robin, Rohan, Rowan and Rainer could give you Ren! Plus I think most sound pretty unisex.
    I'm not too good with unisex names but here are some names that don't sound too masculine:
    Zane
    Vaughn
    Toby
    Sully (Sullivan?)
    Sol (Solomon?)
    Remy
    Reese
    River
    Percy
    Noel
    Niall
    Maxim
    Marley
    Lennon
    Lucian/Lucien
    Luca
    Lyle
    Jem
    Jude
    Indigo
    Hayes
    Gatsby
    Finn
    Ferris
    Ellis
    Elliot
    Emil
    Davis
    Dorian
    Clancy
    Cy (could be a nickname for many names, Cyrus, Cyprian etc etc)
    Bennett
    Arrow
    Arlo
    Thank you so much for the extensive list!

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