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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 9 years ago

Unisex names quiz! If you REALLY had to...?

Hello! Below you'll find several lists of unisex names (or now-female names that were originally masculine). Some of these do sound very girly now, but they all were used for men at one time.

If you had to pick one name from each list for a son, which ones would you pick? Please choose one name from each group of four.

1. Evelyn, Shannon, Marion, Joyce

2. Jocelyn, Loren, Ariel, Kim

3. Aubrey, Jamie, Bailey, Brooke

4. Kelly, Ashley, Leslie, Stacy

5. Avery, Riley, Rory, Emery

6. Madison, Addison, Emerson, Taylor

7. Cameron, Peyton, Rowan, Reese

8. Aspen, Phoenix, Dakota, Paris

9. Angel, Alexis, Sasha, Michele

10. Sidney, Reagan, Kennedy, Harlow

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  • 9 years ago
    Best Answer

    1. Marion.

    2. Loren.

    3. Jamie.

    4. Ashley.

    5. Riley.

    6. Taylor.

    7. Cameron.

    8. Phoenix.

    9. Sasha.

    10. Kennedy.

    i think of Jamie, Riley, Taylor and Cameron more as boys names anyway :)

  • 9 years ago

    1. Evelyn, Shannon, Marion, Joyce - Shannon

    2. Jocelyn, Loren, Ariel, Kim - Kim

    3. Aubrey, Jamie, Bailey, Brooke - Bailey

    4. Kelly, Ashley, Leslie, Stacy - Leslie

    5. Avery, Riley, Rory, Emery - Avery , Riley, Emery

    6. Madison, Addison, Emerson, Taylor - Emerson & Taylor

    7. Cameron, Peyton, Rowan, Reese - Cameron

    8. Aspen, Phoenix, Dakota, Paris - Aspen, Dakota

    9. Angel, Alexis, Sasha, Michele - Angel

    10. Sidney, Reagan, Kennedy, Harlow - Reagan

  • 1. Marion "Ari"

    2. Loren "Ren"

    3. Jamie

    4. Ashley "Ash"

    5. Rory<3

    6. Emerson<3

    7. Cameron<3

    8. Dakota

    9. Sasha

    10. Kennedy

  • nora
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    1. Shannon

    2. Kim is still a predominantly male name where I live.

    3. Aubrey is lovely for a boy. And Jamie is NOT feminine.

    4. I could use both Kelly and Ashley. Ashley is a name I'm seriously considering, and I currently have it as a middle name for the second name on my list.

    5. I think all of these are male names only, but my favourite is Rory.

    6. Addison

    7. Reese is my favourite, but all are masculine enough to be boys' names.

    8. Phoenix

    9. Alexis is on my list as a middle name for Edgar.

    10. Sidney ♥

    Apart from Evelyn, I don't like any of these names for girls.

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  • 9 years ago

    1. Marion,

    2. Kim

    3. Jamie

    4. Ashley

    5. Riley

    6. Addison

    7. Cameron

    8. Phoenix

    9. Alexis

    10. Sidney

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    1. Marion

    2. Loren

    3. Jamie

    4. Leslie

    5. Rory

    6. Taylor

    7. Cameron

    8. Dakota

    9. Michele

    10. Kennedy

  • 9 years ago

    For a SON?! wow hard to imagine these having been guy names.

    1. Marion

    2. Kim

    3.Jamie

    4. Leslie

    5. Avery

    6. Emerson (poor girl to have this name! better for a boy)

    7 Cameron

    8. Aspen

    9. Sasha (still a guy name in europe as sacha. short for alexander)

    10. Harlow (eww for a girl)

    The top ones are really girly, but some at the bottom are actually masculin enough or would just sound ugly for a girl. Wow i pity the girls named Harlow, Aspen, Addison or Emery of something. cruel parents.

  • Bree
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    1. Marion

    2. Kim

    3. Jamie

    4. Leslie

    5. Rory

    6. Taylor

    7. Rowan {Or Cameron}

    8. Dakota

    9. Michele

    10. Kennedy

  • 9 years ago

    1. Marion

    2. Loren

    3. Aubrey

    4. Ashley

    5. Emery

    6. Emerson

    7. Cameron

    8. Phoenix

    9. Angel

    10. Reagan

    I love unisex names on boys! Some of those were harder than I thought though, like the first one. All those names were surprisingly feminine. But I still find a lot of the names very masculine - like Aubrey, Ashley, Emerson, Cameron & Phoenix. I really like all those names for boys! It's funny how a name like Angel can be classic and literary on a boy, yet extremely tacky on a girl.

  • 9 years ago

    1. Shannon

    2. Loren

    3. Jamie

    4. Kelly

    5. Avery

    6. Emerson

    7. Rowan

    8. Aspen, Phoenix, Dakota, Paris: I wouldn't use any of these on any child because they're place names; they didn't even start out as boy names.

    9. Sasha

    10. Sidney

    A lot of those I still totally consider masculine. Like Jamie, I know a ton of boys named Jamie. Numbers 5 and 7 seem totally masculine to me.

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