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Favorite unisex vs. names for vs. a girl
I am looking for a unisex name for my little girl. I have thought of a couple, but nothing that stands out so I thought I’d get a little help. :) I would also like a feminine middle name to go with it. Thanks for any ideas!
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i love these unisex names
middle names could be
Dylan, Ashton, and Blake are some of my favorite boys names! Poor little girl.
What about Blaire.
Jude, Phoenix, Dylan, and Blake are all boy to me! I like some of the other suggestions though:
For those who don’t care for unisex names, why not just skip this poll?
Some unisex names I like for girls:
Good luck.. and let us know if you see anything you like!
These are great! Keep em coming. I forgot to mention that my last name is 2 syllables that begins with a /k/ sound so names that begin with that sound (like Kendall which I love) sound funny to me. Thanks..you guys are awesome!
Cause these poor girl’s need a voice. I like Meredith, too :). The definition of unisex has been lost in a sea of stupidity. There are boy’s names, girl’s names, and then there are both. Some are now excepted by both sexes but just because you want to name your daughter Devin doesn’t make it unisex. Bailey is O.K. unisex name but Blake, Tyler, Dylan, Jude, Hayden, Rhys, and Riley are not unisex. There are plenty of unique and pretty names that are girls name. This fight is one sided. The boy’s loose there name and girl’s gain "unisex" names. You don’t see boy’s getting names like Catherine, Michelle, Chelsea, Melissa, Tatiana, and Rebecca.
Might I also add that the notion of unisex is not up for discussion. I have a unisex name as did my mother and so will my daughter. I am NOT looking for advice on that. Nor am I looking to start a debate. I skip polls on names that I don’t like and I would appreciate the same courtesy. Thank you.
tell us what you like or pick! :]
I’m trying to help while still stating my position. Here are some more:
I do agree that girls get the better end of the deal since they have more names to choose from, but I don’t foresee any shortage of masculine boy names so I really don’t think it’s anything to get too worked up over. Bottom line is that some people just don’t want frilly names for their daughters - different strokes for different folks, you know? And Devin, for example, IS listed as a unisex name on most name sites - the origin is listed as either Gaelic, meaning "poet" or French, meaning "perfect" or "divine". So who decided that those words must = "boy"? You could have a perfect and divine daughter and name her Devin :).
Anyway - to the poll poster - thanks for the info on your last name - I run into the same issue with a lot of names that I just love that don’t flow well with my last name - it can be frustrating! But it looks like you still have a lot of good choices to pick from.. good luck!!
My fav’s are
Rylee Grace and Aurora (RORY) Marie
Blair is my favorite. Although the E denotes the femininity, I’ve seen Blair (this spelling) on girls, and never boys. I only know one Blaire. I like Blair better, total girl name.
My favorite "unisex" names are:
William- my favorite
last poster...your awesome. William is my favorite girl name too! It’s beautiful.
I know! We should so get in touch :)
Your daughter Chuck should come to my daughter Bill’s birthday party next weekend. What do you think?
Wow how did you know! Your like psychic. Well how old will miss Bill be? Chuck’s birthday is September 6
Sad that grown ups can’t help or just leave alone. Very mature.
Um, you mistakenly called them grown ups - that’s the problem right there ;).
I like Bennett, Dylan, Leigh, Walker, Parker, Finlay, Larkin, Peyton, Hayden, Reese, Shelby.
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