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The best names to genderbend

With unisex names getint more and more common, and a lot of boys names being used for girls, I made a list of names that are traditionally male and could be used for girls, or vice versa. All these names are only listed as one of them here on nameberry. - Created by MarinaElla

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  • Aiko

    This Japanese name is actually female, but the -o ending makes this an apealing choice for boys.

  • Arwen

    With names like Arden, Arlen en Arjen being used for boys, Arwen could easily be genderbended.

  • Avalon

    With names like Avery being unisex and ends in -N names so popular for boys, Avalon would fit right in.

  • Bronwyn

    Though this name is listed as girls, it is actually a boys name. (Bronwen could be an option too)

  • Caelan

    Though it's a boys name, I know a girl named Caelan. It is just so cute!

  • Caron

    Two syllable, ends in -N names are really popular for boys, so Caron would fit right in.

  • Charles

    With James being used as a girls name, and with cute, unisex, nickname option Charlie, Charles would be so cute for a girl!

  • Conan

    Who says girls can't be a little wolf?

  • Harlan

    A cute name I can easily imagine on a girl.

  • Holden

    One of my friends named her daughter Holden lately and it is so cute!

  • Huxley

    With names like Finnley and Stanley being used for girls, why not Huxley?

  • Ian

    This would be so cute for a girl!

  • Jayne

    With Jayne Cobb in Firefly, I don't get why there aren't more boys named Jayne yet.

  • Landon

    That girls Caelan has a sister called Landon. Nickname Lanny just takes it next level!

  • Marin

    I know a boy named Marin, and it is such a strong name!

  • Raelyn

    With Rae and Lyn being unisex, why not Raelyn? (And similarly, Skylyn)

  • Stan

    With Stanley being used for girls, why not Stan?

  • Willow

    The -ow ending could make this a boys name.