Anonymous asked in Society & CultureOther - Society & Culture · 1 decade ago

What are some gender-neutral names?

Ex: Taylor, Logan, Jensen, Kim, etc. etc. The list goes on and on ... Any more you can think of? Know all of them?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Addison -Much more popular for girls than boys.

    Alex -Alex just barely makes it on the top 1000 for girls, but is a top 100 boys name.

    Alexis -A really popular name for both genders.

    Ali -This name skyrocketed in popularity because of the prize-fighting namesake.

    Amari -Makes the top 500 for both boys and girls.

    Angel -A popular Latin name for boys, and a heavenly name for girls.

    Ariel -Simply a great name, especially for girls.

    Ashton -Another name affected by celebrity induced baby naming popularity.

    Avery -Label this one a great name for either gender.

    Bailey -Simply a great name for a girl, and not bad for a boy either!

    Cameron -Used a lot, but more for a boy than a girl.

    Campbell -Just barely making the top 1000 for either gender.

    Carson -Cool name for girl, even better for a boy.

    Casey -An alltime favorite.

    Chase -Much less common for a girl.

    Christian -A biblical baby name makes the list.

    Dakota -This old west name is hip again.

    Devin -Devin and its alternate spelling are popular.

    Devon -A popular African American baby name.

    Devyn -The less popular form of Devin.

    Dominique -It makes the list year after year after year.

    Drew -The girls name just barely creeps into the top 1000.

    Dylan -A top 20 most popular baby boys name.

    Emerson -It surprises us so many girls are named Emerson.

    Guadalupe -A popular latin name for either sex.

    Harley -This name revs up the charts.

    Hayden -You can't go wrong with this baby name.

    Hunter -This occupational baby boy names makes the list.

    Jaden -The 2nd most popular alternate spelling of Jaden.

    Jadyn -Yet a 4th version of the name Jaden. Now that's a lot of babies!

    Jaiden -The 3rd most popular version of Jaden.

    Jaidyn -The least common version of the name Jaden to make this list.

    Jaime -A less popular spelling of Jaime, but still popular.

    Jamie -This is a much used name.

    Jayden -5 versions of Jaden makes the list. This is the only version more popular for boys.

    Jaylen -A jammin name for many posh tots.

    Jaylin -More frequently used for guys than gals.

    Jessie -Almost the same amount of usage for either sex.

    Jordan -This version of the name is much more popular for boys.

    Jordyn -And this version is much more popular for girls.

    Justice -A top 500 name for either gender.

    Kasey -And the other spelling of Kasey also makes this list.

    Kayden -Yet another name that ends in -aden. We think this is a little overused.

    Kendall -The name of a fine wine, and it makes a great baby name.

    Kennedy -A much better name for a baby girl than guy.

    Logan -A cool name for any baby.

    London -London also makes the capital city baby girl names list.

    Madison -One of the most popular baby girl names, and a couple boys get in on the action.

    Micah -A top 200 name for boys

    Morgan -An awesome name. It�s a reason to have kids.

    Parker -This old English name makes the list.

    Payton -We love Payton as a girl's name.

    Peyton -And also this spelling of Payton.

    Phoenix -Phoenix is actually falling, and not rising up the charts.

    Quinn -We find it hard to believe but this name makes the list with many babies to spare.

    Reagan -A conservative name, if you know what we mean.

    Reese -Celebrities help this name climb the charts.

    Reilly -Just popular enough to make the top 1000 - for boys and girls.

    Riley -By far the most popular spelling of this name.

    Rowan -A popular name in the British commonwealth, but also catching on in the states.

    Ryan -There are a whole lot of baby boys named Ryan out there, and also quite a few girls.

    Rylee -Kind of a cool name. What do you think?

    Sage -You don't have to be an old Sage to like this baby name.

    Shannon -We knew this would be on the list, but it's far less popular than we thought.

    Shea -Perhaps this is a popular name in New York?

    Sidney -A hip name for a girl, a little old fashioned for a boy.

    Skylar -The popular spelling of Skylar for girls.

    Skyler -The more popular spelling of Skylar for boys.

    Taylor -Here's another occupational baby boy names .

    Teagan -Who would have thought Teagan would have made the list?

    Tyler -And last but not least, we have the name Tyler. We like it more for a girl than a guy, but it is far more common for boys.

  • 1 decade ago

    Courtney, Kerry,, Ashley, Terry

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Actually I have heard of males and females being named Austin.

  • 1 decade ago

    well some people I know are.... kerry, Aaron (Eran) Chris (Cristine) but thats about it

  • 1 decade ago

    Click on "advanced search" then under gender pick "unisex names" and click search.

  • 1 decade ago

    morgan and sam

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