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Names won’t be gender specific vs. Unisex names are a passing trend

I posted this yesterday morning but I’d love to hear what the evening crowd thinks. What do you think will happen in the future? I’m just astonished at how many "unisex" names there are today. I was looking at my little cousin’s class list and I couldn’t tell if most of them were girls or boys without asking him. And even on the ones I thought I knew, I was wrong sometimes (Jaymes turned out to be a girl and Trystin and Morgan were boys). So what do you think will happen when these kids grow up and start naming the next generation?
Which baby name is best?
 Names Won’t Be Gender Specific
 Unisex Names Are A Passing Trend
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Emma in Western Australia
We have a boy named Tyler James and a girl named Gypsie Jade. Expecting our 3rd, which is a boy. I'm in love with the name Olly, but my partner thinks Gypsie and Olly are unique names and Tyler is not, so it won't feel right. So he wants an ordinary name. Please help with something unique but ordinary.
Baby Name Genie:
In the space between unique and ordinary is a special category of names I think of as "antiques." They are familiar and well-used names that are not widely in use these days. For your son, I give you Oscar Jude - a perfectly ordinary, unique name.

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