(Closed) Any good unisex names

posted 5 years ago in Names
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Sugar bee
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warmsoul1101:  

Addison

Angel

Skye

Or Alex/Alexandria Stephen/Stephanie

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I know some good ones that are truly unisex (a lot of people seem to think that unisex= masculine names for girls only). 

Ryan, Jamie, Shannon, Kimberly, Ashley, Whitney, Valentine, Sawyer, Courtney.

and yes those “girl” names are traditionally men’s.

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

I always liked the name Dylan for either a boy or a girl.

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Busy bee

Jordan or Shelby can be both. Lynn and Jamie could also work. 

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Helper bee

Taylor, Jordan, Alex, Jamie, Ashley.

Can’t really think of any others.

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Bumble bee
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Peyton

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Honey bee

 

Sue.

 

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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

I have a daughter named Riley, and we may name our daughter due this month Colby.

I love Kelly/Kelley for a boy.

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Sugar bee
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Jordan. Morgan. Daivy. Casey. 

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Bumble bee
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Jamie. Rory. 

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Buzzing bee

Avery, Quinn, Francis. I also like the names Laurel and Juniper but I’m crunchy.

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Helper bee

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fiver:  I agree, I’m not sure why many people think that unisex names mean masculine names for girls only, but that bothers me. Personally, the best unisex names are those that can be used for boys and girls equally. For example:

Jordan, Jackie, Jamie, Robin, Riley, Colby, Kasey/Casey, Finley, Harley, Emory, Quinn, Frances(f)/Francis(m), Jessie(f)/Jesse(m), Gayle(f)/Gail(f)/Gale(m)

I put (f) and (m) by names that are homophones (sound the same), but are spelled differently based on the gender of the child. Those aren’t true unisex names, but some people still consider them to be such.

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

I always wished my name was Samantha because I thought the name Sam was so cool for a girl. 

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Speck_:  I believe Francis is the male version and Frances is the female version. They are pronounced the same, but that has been the distinction with all people I’ve ever met named Francis/Frances.

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