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  1. Adair
    • Origin:

      English and Scottish
    • Meaning:

      "shallow place in a river near oaks"
    • Description:

      This undiscovered unisex name has lots of flair. It was first noticed as a girl's name, starting in the 1980's, on the long-running daytime drama Search for Tomorrow, with the character Adair McCleary, who had ahead-of-their-time brothers named brothers Hogan, Cagney and Quinn. But since Adair has yet to find many takers, it would make a fresh and appealing choice.
  2. Camden
    • Origin:

      Scottish
    • Meaning:

      "winding valley"
    • Description:

      Newly popular boys' name could cross over in much the way the related Cameron has.
  3. Carsen
    • Callix
      • Ellington
        • Origin:

          English place-name and surname
        • Meaning:

          "Ellis' town"
        • Description:

          Ellington's popularity may be inspired by jazz great Duke, but the name is used slightly more often for girls today, perhaps because of its trendy El- beginning. Like a host of other El- names, from the familiar Ella to Eleanor to the more niche Elodie and Elula, Ellington carries the popular Ellie nickname.
      • Elliotte
        • Origin:

          Feminine form of Elliot
        • Description:

          There's more than one reason why parents might consider this rising name for a daughter. George Eliot was the pen name of English writer Mary Ann Evans, one of the leading authors of the Victorian era. The possibility of nickname Ellie is another factor.
      • Elsie
        • Origin:

          Diminutive of Elizabeth via its Scottish variation, Elspeth
        • Meaning:

          "pledged to God"
        • Description:

          Elsie is a sweet vintage nickname-name turned modern star. After a 30-year hiatus, Elsie started climbing the US popularity list 20 years ago and is still headed for the top.
      • Everette
        • Origin:

          Variation of Everett
        • Description:

          Unisex variant of Everett, influenced by famous bearers like entrepreneur Everette Taylor and country musician Leon Everette. While Everett is overwhelmingly male, Everette is used for two boys for every girl and is relatively rare, given to fewer than 100 babies of each gender.
      • Evyn
        • Everley
          • Guinevere
            • Halo
              • Origin:

                American word name
              • Description:

                Being a modern word, Halo didn’t become used as a name until around the nineteenth century. Halo is now mostly given to girls, and has become more common since the Halo video game series was released in 2001, in which Halo rings are huge structures used as weapons, but do have a religious connection. A space age virtue name and possible honour name for Gloria.
            • Hope
              • Kelyn
                • Langston
                  • Lincoln
                    • McAllister
                      • Sawyer
                        • Origin:

                          English occupational name
                        • Meaning:

                          "woodcutter"
                        • Description:

                          Sawyer is one of the top unisex names, used for their daughters by such parents as Sara Gilbert, co-host of The Talk and former actress on Roseanne, currently on The Conners.
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                        • Theodosia
                          • Origin:

                            Greek
                          • Meaning:

                            "giving to God"
                          • Description:

                            This feminine form of Theodosius has long been buried deep in the attic, but might be a good discovery for the parent who wants to move beyond Theodora. Vice President Aaron Burr named a daughter Theodosia ("Dear Theodosia" is a song in the smash musical Hamilton), and it was the birth name of silent screen vamp Theda Bara. Theodosia actually appeared on the US popularity lists in the 1880s and 90s.