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    • Artemis
      • Origin:

      • Meaning:

      • Description:

        Although it could well sound masculine, Artemis was actually the Greek goddess of the moon, the equivalent of the Roman Diana. Also spelled Artemas and Artemus, this name has a mythological, historical, Three Musketeer-ish ring.
    • Beth
      • Bríd
        • Clare
          • Origin:

            Diminutive of Clarence
          • Description:

            Nowadays, Clare tends to be viewed as a feminine name, but this is a short and sweet Irish-flavored name that could work just as well on a boy. Noted male bearers of the name Clare include Canadian ice hockey legend Clare Drake, US cartoonist Clare Briggs, and Grammy winning musician Clare Fischer.
        • Day
          • Origin:

            English word name
          • Meaning:

            "the time of light between one night and the next"
          • Description:

            Many African tribes have a tradition of naming children for the day or time they were born -- Friday, Afternoon -- a practice finding new life in the Western world as word names become more popular.
        • Dove
          • Origin:

            Color and nature name
          • Meaning:

            "dove, a bird"
          • Description:

            Subtle but clear unisex way to signal peace, especially in middle place.
        • Deb
          • Ester
            • Fay
              • Fern
                • Gillian
                  • Grace
                    • Haven
                      • Origin:

                        Word name, English
                      • Meaning:

                        "a place of safety"
                      • Description:

                        Like Harbor, one of the new generation of word names with appealing meanings, though (female) memoirist Haven Kimmel has tipped it decidedly toward the girls' side.
                    • Hallie
                      • Hazel
                        • Hester
                          • Jess
                            • Description:

                              This short form of Jesse has an androgynous, cowperson feel. It's Jess rather than Jesse or Jessie that can be considered among the truly androgynous baby names
                          • Julie
                            • June