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  1. #6
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    My favourite has always been Ashley!

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  2. #8
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    Most unisex names I prefer on a boy. I love Bellamy, Marlowe, Rowan, Sailor, Sloane, River, Harper, and Kit on boys. I don’t think there are any girls names I like on boys. And babattee-I don’t even consider Luca to be unisex. It’s 100% a classic boys name to me!

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    Margot Felicity?
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  3. #10
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    I really like Morgan, Bailey and Avery for a boy. Mackenzie isn’t too bad either, although I do know a couple of girls with that name. Some other ones I like are Ellis, Auden and Sidney.
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    Genevieve Ophelia - Maeve Rosalind - Catherine Elysia - Ines Victoria - Elizabeth June - Madeleine Tessa - Elodie Pearl - Wilhelmina Bea “Mina” & Philippa Margot “Pippa”


    Sebastian Leo - Philip Tobias - August James - Clark Alexander - Harrison Samuel - Asa Maxwell - Seamus John - Cillian Arthur & Quentin Thomas


    names without middles: Nolan - Sawyer - Myles - Cian - Niamh - Saoirse - Michaela

  4. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by kipperbo1 View Post
    And babattee-I don’t even consider Luca to be unisex. It’s 100% a classic boys name to me!
    Luca is a feminine Hungarian name, a form of Lucia! I still prefer it for boys though.

    I was just thinking about this to myself. There’s a lot of unisex/girl names that I can appreciate for boys even if I don’t necessarily like them. Avery comes to mind, as does Jade.

    I have a GP crush on Jasmine for a boy. I also think Lark would work well for a boy. I knew a boy named McKenna who pulled it off really well.
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    Names I can see myself using for a son
    Part 3: The Fun & Adventurous

    Zephyr Seamus | Rainier Vincent | Kylian Asher | Fabian August | Archer Quinn
    Aurelian Micah | Beacon Arlo | Everson Heath | Emlen Matthias | Cassian Peter
    Evren Harley | Evander Chase | Keats Alexander | Everest Jasper | Casper Everett


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  5. #14
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    I love softer names for boys. I have several on my own list:
    Dove
    Eden
    Jade
    Noel
    Sapphire
    Kalixto
    Nicca
    Praise
    Psalm
    Hymn
    Sparrow
    Fallon
    Shay
    Indigo
    Remy
    Ariel
    Aspen
    Micah
    Azaiah
    Jada
    Avery
    Aubrey
    Bayleigh
    Sloane
    Ashley
    Gayle
    Valentine
    Harper
    Sasha
    Ivy
    Lark
    Willow


    I think many feminine names can work for boys, just like masculine names work for girls.
    Helen


    Persephone Aurora Dove • Phoebe Silena Owl • Rosamund Eliana Rahab
    Arabella • Celia • Guinevere • Diana • Selene • Evangeline • Hadassah • Annabel • Yvaine • Vesper • Ophelia • Jacinda • Cordelia • Pia
    Judah Leonidas • Remington Hezekiah • Thaddeus Newt • Taran Elias Psalm
    Gareth • Damon • Kalixto • Boaz • Jedidiah • Anakin • Fagan • Percival • Wilder • Azaiah • Ezekiel • Koda • Sparrow • Canaan

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