Baby Name Poll Results
Boys vs. Girls
I love unisex names, wanted to know if you think they’re better suited for a boy or girl, names in first comment.
The Top Baby Name is...
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So for example Alex - girl, Jordan - boy
I love Jordan on a boy, but does work for a girl as well.
I prefer Peyton and Skyler for a girl.
Alex, Riley, and Taylor could go either way and be fine.
1. Alex -Boy. Alexandra nn Alex-Girl
I like all of them on boys, sometimes Peyton, Skyler, and Taylor on girls.
1 Alex - boy
2 Jordan - neither
3 Peyton - neither
4 Riley - boy
5 Skyler - neither
6 Taylor - boy
Basically I dislike what were traditionally boys’ names for girls. A girl’s name wouldn’t be acceptable for a boy would it?
It is good to know when a name is written down what sex you are reading about, surely, or all manner of complications may arise?
Alex is for a boy unless it is a nickname from a name like Alexa. Taylor I think should be more of a girls name. The rest are truly unisex to me, maybe besides Skyler, I prefer that on a girl.
I like all of them on both. Peyton and Skyler I would lean more towards girls, but I have known Peytons and Skylers of both genders. Some unisex names like Casey, Jamie, Avery, etc are all girl to me though. GL
I think those all work well for both!
1 Alex - Shouldn’t be by itself at all. Alexander for a boy, Alexandra for a girl
2 Jordan - boy
3 Peyton - boy
4 Riley- boy
5 Skyler - boy; Skylar for a girl
6 Taylor - girl
Girl for all except Alex. The others are too feminine for boys.
Riley and Skyler are all girl. Would never consider them for a boy. The others could go either way.
Id consider them all boy names except Skyler which is both. None of them are feminine at all imo.
1 Alex- depends on whether is nickname for Alexander, Alexandra, Alexia etc.
2 Jordan- boy
3 Peyton- either
4 Riley- boy
5 Skyler- girl but Schuyler = boy
6 Taylor- either
In general I prefer most unisex names on boys.
I prefer most unisex names on girls and I think spelling has a lot.to do with it too .. example riley would prob be more boy but ryleigh would be more girl .. I would just go with whichever name sounds good to you and if its a little boyish .. girly it out with the middle name akS Jordan Savannah/Dean
Just some examples hope that helps
1 Alex- boy but I love this as a nickname for Alexandria!
2 Jordan- boy but works nicely for a girl too
3 Peyton- girl
4 Riley- this spelling, boy.
5 Skyler- definitely girl
6 Taylor- girl
I prefer most unisex names for girls but a lot of them I would assume boy if I saw them written down.
I agree with spelling and
Alex / Alexa
middle names help too
They’re all for boys...
I love unisex names for girl more than boys. For example my name is shelby and shelby originally started as a boys name but I could never name a boy shelby and the name Ashley is unisex as well but who would name a boy Ashley. So all the names you have I like for a girl expect Alex could go either way because its normally short for some form of Alexander or Alexandria. Payton to me is a total girls name I don’t think people would name their sons Peyton if it wasn’t for Peyton manning just don’t like Payton for a boy
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