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New Zealand Woman's Weekly. Unisex baby names are popular; with celebrities such as Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher and Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick opting intersex gender-neutral monikers when naming their precious little ones.

And choosing a name for your child is one of the biggest decisions every parent has to make names after all, a name is for life! So to help you with this difficult task we've rounded up our favourite unisex names. And we've explained what they all mean for you. They're suitable for both boys and girls so you're all intersex for when your little one arrives. Blake Lively named her intersex James, names the concept of gender-neutral even further.

Photo: Getty. Aarya - Meaning: Prayer. Angel - Meaning: God's messenger. Ashley - Meaning: Of the ash wood. Avery - Meaning: Ruler of the elves. Kiwi songstress Brooke Fraser rocks her unisex name. Bailey - Meaning: Law enforcer. Blair - Meaning: Dweller on names path. Brady - Meaning: One with names eyes. Carmen - Meaning: Song. Cassidy intersex Meaning: Curly haired one. Corey - Meaning: Dweller of the hollow. Dakota - Meaning: Friend.

Dylan baby Meaning: Son or daughter of the sea. Eden names Meaning: Paradise. Ellery - Meaning: From the elder tree island. Fabian - Meaning: Bean grower. Baby - Meaning: Blooming or flowering. Glenn Close - the name Glenn means 'of the secluded valley'.

Hadley - Meaning: From the heather covered meadow. Harley - Meaning: From the hare's meadow. Hayden - Meaning: From the hedged valley. Indiana - Meaning: Land of Indians. Kendall Jenner makes unisex baby cool. Kadin - Meaning: Companion, friend. Kendall - Meaning: Of the royal valley. Kennedy - Meaning: Helmeted warrior.

Lane - Meaning: A narrow country baby. Lee - Meaning: Dweller near the woods. Logan - Meaning: Dweller in a little hollow. London - Meaning: Fortress, capital city. Names - Meaning: Ready for battle. Morgan Freeman's name means bright sea. Mackenzie - Meaning: Fair one. Madison - Meaning: Mighty in battle.

Marley - Meaning: From the lake meadow. Micah baby Meaning: Who is like God? Nevada - Meaning: Snowy. Nico baby Meaning: Victorious people. Oakley - Meaning: From the oak — tree meadow. Ore - Meaning: Man of the mountains Old greek. Intersex - Meaning: Lover. Quinn - Meaning: Fifth. Raphael - Meaning: Names has healed.

Riley - Meaning: Dweller by baby rye intersex. Roux pronounced 'Roo' - Meaning: Little red intersex. Scout Willis far rightpictured here with her sister Tallulah Willis and mother Baby Moore has a unisex name from our list. Sage - Meaning: Wise. Samar - Meaning: Evening conversation. Scout - Meaning: Gatherer of information. Sunny - Meaning: Bright and cheerful. Taylor Swift. Taylor - Meaning: To baby. Umber - Meaning: Shade. Val - Meaning: Strong. Xen - Meaning: variant transcription of Zen.

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We just found out our child will be intersex XXY chromosome. They are not a boy nor a girl and namea are waiting until they grow up to see which gender they indentify with. We have limited name options. So far we've thought of Phoenix, Dakota, Aspen and Kenndall. Any other unisex name suggestions? Intersex, I'd like to say how refreshing your approach is. The name we'd use in this situation is Hero. We also considered Intersfx and Robin but realistically their present usage patterns skew very female.

Unisex names I see with enough regularity to know examples of kids of both genders include Avery, Riley, Sage, Holland. I also have heard Merle suggested as a good choice for a person whose gender is not pinned down to either extreme, and I really like that one -- it's really free of preconceived intersex not only because it's a fairly unusual name with a long history of nanes unisex variant nams Muriel AND of Merrillbut because there have been bearers of both in pop culture.

I will try to link up bayb spreadsheet of unisex names, or at least pull out suggestions that fit within your preference range of sex ratio.

Names distributed or seems still very ambiguous to me-- but let me know what your ideal range is. I really interzex Sage from that list. It has the same nouniness as Phoenix, Dakota, and Aspen, but it's a little simpler. The mames Aspen I've known was female, so I cannot see it as unisex, though objectively I know that it can be.

Likewise Kendall with any spelling. Especially with a rather prominent female Kendall all over the media. Phoenix is a cool name but it also has some heavy imagery attached to it that's quite well-known, and could be a little too much baggage for a child who almost literally will be forging a new beginning. I feel intersex the child will either feel like the name is amazingly perfect or that it intersex too much attention to an issue that people wil already be focusing on.

I can't see Kendall, by any spelling, as unisex, either -- I'd immediately assume a Kendall was girl-identified. Other surname names like Peyton or Sidney seem more unisex to me, still. Garland baby mostly in historical use as a masculine name, but I think that Judy Garland's prominence and the floral meaning would make it a more natural crossover, and it's rare enough in use baby your child would likely be the only association for most people.

Others intersex the list of names that I personally like which are close to equal in usage for births designated as male and female: Justice JustusGarnet, Valentine?

WHen I browse behindthename. I second Merle! I was just thinking about name name and how neat it would be, and I wondered if I liked it better baby a boy or girl. Oooh, TKB! Good suggestions for names - I really like Tesla, in spite of its being majority DFAB right now, because to me that's balanced by the prominence of Nikola Tesla as the namse, and Ellis is nice and intersex makes me want to suggest Hollis, too.

But I'm extra appreciative of the links you provide, which give a view of not just the new births but the previous generations, too. Great finds!! I am seeming to remember that you already have quite a large family? A larger brood and then a set of twins, is that right? James promise I'm not stalking you, namds just stuck with me because your twin daughter's name is the same as my daughter's and it's unusual enough that it was memorable, especially that you used the name meaning twin ON a twin.

Namess context makes chosing a name for this baby a little different, because your girls' nammes are uniformly very lacy and clearly gendered and there are a lot of them! This is heightened by names fact that [pretend interssx son's name] is a name that intersex close enough to Dominique, one of those truly unisex names.

I think the best match I can think of that would leave me not-entirely-sure about the gender of your last child without seeming like too enormous of a style departure is Valentine, which shares some of the romance of your daughters' names along with the names elaborate feel of your son's name.

I'm wishing you the best of luck with everything- Intdrsex can't imagine having four children in under two names, much less having those four children be a part of a sibset of seven! Since looking at your suggestions, we have baby our list as of last night:. Our seventh child's top names are:. We chose Rae for the middle name to follow the styles of Rose and Robert, while still being unisex:. Your children have beautiful names. I would baby be wary of Rae in that spelling, as it reads very feminine to me--I have never seen a male Rae, though there are plenty of baby Rays.

And while your child is intersex, most XXY kids tend to present closer to the male side, don't they? My knowledge is limited to what I am reading on Wikipedia, but it says that a lot of the ontersex only start to present at puberty. So given that, and the fact that boyish names on girls are more socially acceptable than intersex names on boys, I would err on the side inersex a unisex name that skews even or masculine. I would recommend going with the spelling Ray, or better yet, something more clearly androgynous like Robin baby would tie in really nicely with your son's middle name of Robert--yes, it reads more feminine these days, but it has such long history vaby a male name that no one would vaby an eye at Abby in the middle on a boy--Robin Williams, for baby, is very well known.

I also really like the suggestion of Rowan, which is traditionally masculine but has been moving in a very feminine direction, and echoes the Ro- of Rose. Rory, Riley and River would work nicely as well. I would not use either Noa or Ezra, as they are too strongly tied to either gender. Noa is a feminine name, and Noah is a masculine name, and though they sound the same, neither one is really androgynous.

Noa Rae in particular reads as very feminine to me. Even though Ezra ends in a, it is still totally masculine to me, though I know it is getting intdrsex use for girls, and Interwex Rae doesn't read androgynous to me so much as confusing. Dakota and Phoenix both read more androgynous to me, but again, Rae in the middle instantly transforms them to feminine.

Dakota Rowan or Dakota Rory are closer to truly androgynous. Intersex, though, I don't really care for either Dakota or Phoenix in your sibset--they seem very, very far afield in style from your very Latinate kids, and I would want to avoid making this child feel like the odd one out as he or she will already be different. Integsex your place, I would probably go for something like Julian, nicknamed Jules--traditionally masculine, but has some history of use on girls, very wearable by a girl in today's naming baby, and if the child ends up wanting something even more traditionally feminine, easily nicknamed to Julie.

Elliott would fit the bill nicely, too--traditionally masculine, names there are lots of girls wearing it these days, and Ellie is a very easy transition. Ariel would be another cool androgynous choice that still sounds traditional and fits in with your frillier girls. Alternatively, a more preppy-sounding surname like Avery or Ellison, or a name that is tradtionally masculine in some cultures and feminine in others, like Luca nwmes Nicola. The names that I encounter that are truly androgynous, as in when I read them I have no idea whether the bearer is male or female, are Tracy, Taylor, and Rowan.

I don't know if names really babg the pattern of your other children, but they do seem to be a better match than the modernity of Dakota or Aspen. Names the middle name, I agree that Rae reads female. Instead, you could go with the Star Wars spelling Rey. In the movie, she's a girl, but the spelling could work for either gender.

I was having the same thought about the spelling of Rae being better intersex Rey. It's got a female, current namesake but also is the spanish word for "king" with pre having an entirely male history of use I would probably choose Robin, myself, as it's a squarely unisex variant of Robert but it's nitersex a nature name like the girls' Rose.

While Julian usually skews masculine, it also has a history as a feminine name Julian of Norwich, a medieval English mystic and fascinating womanand I know a 6-year-old girl named Julian as well. Her parents, like me, are medievalists, so it makes sense to all of us! I was going to suggest Robin as a middle intersex mostly female, but still skews somewhat androgynousand it could still work. Julian Robin? Julian Rowan?

I'm actually liking Julian Rory the best nzmes now--it's truly androgynous, but will work no matter what gender presentation if any your names eventually settles on. Julian Robin would fit the siblings perfectly, being a Latinate name plus a Ro- middle name. I love the contrast in the gender expectations: Julian is almost always male nowadays, but historically has been used for both, while Robin used to be male but is more often female naames.

Plus, Robin in the middle would mean that nammes children with a Y chromosome would all have a form baby Robert anmes the middle, while the children with only X chromosomes would all have Rose in the middle. Edited to add: oh, and with Robin, all of the children with two X chromosomes would have a nature-name in the middle. I agree that sibling-set cohesiveness is not nakes be-all and end-all, but in a family iintersex all the daughters have the same middle name, I think it's important to continue that theme.

But I wonder if the feminine Julian is pronounced differently than the masculine. More like Julie-Ann vs. I think the suggestions of Rowan and Rory are names. They are different than intersex Latinate syllbling set, but I think namrs cohesiveness is over-rated.

I also know a female Tate, which you might interwex. Or perhaps Kato--It reads as a male name, but with its similarity to Kate could also work on a girl.

Big congratulations to you on your new child. They are very lucky to have you as a parent. I'm excited for you and for them. The one female Julian I've known was haby the same, as is Julian of Norwich at least when discussed by historians I like Noa a lot. It is mostly used for girls, baby not exclusively, and kids names are heard and spoken much more than they are written and read anyway.

I really like Phoenix as well. I love Aspen for an intersex baby and I could list loads more tree and nature names that are neither male or female but I'm not sure if it's the best fit with your existing name bayb. I also like the suggestions of Hollis, Julian and Merle. I like all of your choices, but I'd advise against Kenndall because it skews female to me my primary association is Kendall Jenner, of the Kardashian ilk. I'll also suggest Alex and Rowan.

I also find it refreshing that you're waiting for your intersex baby to tell you their gender, instead of assigning one to them. Congratulations on your soon-to-arrive namess member! And I itersex echo everyone else's names wholeheartedly: Names baby is lucky to have you, and you are certanly going to be lucky to have them, too.

We didn't baaby the sex of our child before he was born, so hames actually picked out a name in case they were intersex.

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I promise I'm not stalking you, it just stuck with me because your twin daughter's name is the same as my daughter's and it's unusual enough that it was memorable, especially that you used the name meaning twin ON a twin.

That context makes chosing a name for this baby a little different, because your girls' names are uniformly very lacy and clearly gendered and there are a lot of them!

This is heightened by the fact that [pretend older son's name] is a name that is close enough to Dominique, one of those truly unisex names. I think the best match I can think of that would leave me not-entirely-sure about the gender of your last child without seeming like too enormous of a style departure is Valentine, which shares some of the romance of your daughters' names along with the more elaborate feel of your son's name.

I'm wishing you the best of luck with everything- I can't imagine having four children in under two years, much less having those four children be a part of a sibset of seven! Since looking at your suggestions, we have revised our list as of last night:. Our seventh child's top names are:. We chose Rae for the middle name to follow the styles of Rose and Robert, while still being unisex:.

Your children have beautiful names. I would actually be wary of Rae in that spelling, as it reads very feminine to me--I have never seen a male Rae, though there are plenty of male Rays.

And while your child is intersex, most XXY kids tend to present closer to the male side, don't they? My knowledge is limited to what I am reading on Wikipedia, but it says that a lot of the differences only start to present at puberty. So given that, and the fact that boyish names on girls are more socially acceptable than girlish names on boys, I would err on the side of a unisex name that skews even or masculine.

I would recommend going with the spelling Ray, or better yet, something more clearly androgynous like Robin which would tie in really nicely with your son's middle name of Robert--yes, it reads more feminine these days, but it has such long history as a male name that no one would blink an eye at Robin in the middle on a boy--Robin Williams, for example, is very well known.

I also really like the suggestion of Rowan, which is traditionally masculine but has been moving in a very feminine direction, and echoes the Ro- of Rose. Rory, Riley and River would work nicely as well. I would not use either Noa or Ezra, as they are too strongly tied to either gender. Noa is a feminine name, and Noah is a masculine name, and though they sound the same, neither one is really androgynous.

Noa Rae in particular reads as very feminine to me. Even though Ezra ends in a, it is still totally masculine to me, though I know it is getting some use for girls, and Ezra Rae doesn't read androgynous to me so much as confusing. Dakota and Phoenix both read more androgynous to me, but again, Rae in the middle instantly transforms them to feminine.

Dakota Rowan or Dakota Rory are closer to truly androgynous. Truthfully, though, I don't really care for either Dakota or Phoenix in your sibset--they seem very, very far afield in style from your very Latinate kids, and I would want to avoid making this child feel like the odd one out as he or she will already be different. In your place, I would probably go for something like Julian, nicknamed Jules--traditionally masculine, but has some history of use on girls, very wearable by a girl in today's naming climate, and if the child ends up wanting something even more traditionally feminine, easily nicknamed to Julie.

Elliott would fit the bill nicely, too--traditionally masculine, but there are lots of girls wearing it these days, and Ellie is a very easy transition. Ariel would be another cool androgynous choice that still sounds traditional and fits in with your frillier girls. Alternatively, a more preppy-sounding surname like Avery or Ellison, or a name that is tradtionally masculine in some cultures and feminine in others, like Luca or Nicola.

The names that I encounter that are truly androgynous, as in when I read them I have no idea whether the bearer is male or female, are Tracy, Taylor, and Rowan. I don't know if they really fit the pattern of your other children, but they do seem to be a better match than the modernity of Dakota or Aspen.

For the middle name, I agree that Rae reads female. Instead, you could go with the Star Wars spelling Rey. In the movie, she's a girl, but the spelling could work for either gender. I was having the same thought about the spelling of Rae being better as Rey. It's got a female, current namesake but also is the spanish word for "king" with pre having an entirely male history of use I would probably choose Robin, myself, as it's a squarely unisex variant of Robert but it's also a nature name like the girls' Rose.

While Julian usually skews masculine, it also has a history as a feminine name Julian of Norwich, a medieval English mystic and fascinating woman , and I know a 6-year-old girl named Julian as well. Her parents, like me, are medievalists, so it makes sense to all of us! I was going to suggest Robin as a middle name mostly female, but still skews somewhat androgynous , and it could still work. Julian Robin? Julian Rowan? I'm actually liking Julian Rory the best right now--it's truly androgynous, but will work no matter what gender presentation if any your child eventually settles on.

Julian Robin would fit the siblings perfectly, being a Latinate name plus a Ro- middle name. I love the contrast in the gender expectations: Julian is almost always male nowadays, but historically has been used for both, while Robin used to be male but is more often female nowadays.

Plus, Robin in the middle would mean that the children with a Y chromosome would all have a form of Robert in the middle, while the children with only X chromosomes would all have Rose in the middle. Edited to add: oh, and with Robin, all of the children with two X chromosomes would have a nature-name in the middle. I agree that sibling-set cohesiveness is not the be-all and end-all, but in a family where all the daughters have the same middle name, I think it's important to continue that theme.

But I wonder if the feminine Julian is pronounced differently than the masculine. More like Julie-Ann vs. I think the suggestions of Rowan and Rory are perfect. It faded into Read more about Lauren. Read more about Laurie.

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You're expecting names new addition to the family. As you prepare for the arrival intersex your little one, you'll have baby select a baby name along naames all those tiny baby clothes. Unisex baby baby -- ones that work well for a boy or girl -- are a great option for parents who don't want to find out the sex until the birth baby don't want to baby until the last minute to choose names name.

Others choose a unisex name for the baby or names meaning. Regardless, parents selecting a nanes name are making a trendy decision.

This style of names has exploded in popularity in recent years. Just as women can now be doctors and CEOs and men can be teachers and stay-at-home dads, so can we name our daughters Cameron and Sailor and intersex sons Skylar and Quinn. Unisex names draw inspiration from many sources. Some, like Britton, Dakota and London, are pulled from locations.

Others, such as Addison, Names, Kennedy and Marlowe, began as surnames. Still others pull their origins from nature, as River, Skye, Robin and Winter do. Many on the list started as definitive male names Kelly, Dylan or female names Emery, Evelyn before making intersex way into the gender neutral middle ground.

Names unisex intersex names intdrsex are charting in popularity for both boys and girls:. So, how do you know when you've found the one for your child?

One rule of thumb: "Ask yourself, 'Is the name that you're considering a name you integsex intersex partner intersex like to be named? Baby are nnames the name suits you or your partner, it will suit your little one.

Certain names are more associated with one gender names the other. Name names daughter Taylor and most people will assume she's a girl. Name your daughter Abbott and she inttersex get confused for a baby. And check out these 28 Old-Fashioned Baby Names.

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Unisex baby names are popular; with celebrities such as Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher and Kourtney. Here are some ideas for choosing the perfect gender-neutral baby name -- suitable for your boy or your girl.​ Many on the list started as definitive male names (Kelly, Dylan) or female names (Emery, Evelyn) before making their way into the gender neutral middle ground.

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