Top 120 Gender Neutral Names of This Year | All Special Gender Neutral Names

Gender Neutral Names

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The most popular request was for unisex/gender-neutral baby names. This is a massive massive Trend. We’re so into equality at the moment and making sure that boys and girls are treated equally that there’s no sort of gender toys gender-neutral clothes in Sweden were my husband’s from they actually have Gender Neutral nurseries. So yes. It’s kind of a really big thing and let me know in the comments below if you are after a Gender Neutral Names or what you think of this trend in general.

Top 120 Gender Neutral Names

Gender Neutral Names

Some of these are more common for girls and boys some of these are bang on equal. They do not spend on boy names for girls. I have done that list before where it’s more things like James or NOAA translating over as girls named their real gender-neutral. And so I really hope you enjoy this list give it a thumbs up if you did.

  • KIT

I absolutely love it. I have a very dear friend who is a girl called kit and it is so trendy so short and sweet really Kick-Ass, but then for a boy is kind of like the opposite isn’t it’s kind of quite playful quite sweet. So I think it’s just a really really great choice. Obviously kit hiding who is an actor from Game of Thrones. I really don’t mind him. He’s making this name quite popular at the moment don’t know.

Popular for boys there are 211 boy’s name kit last year and just 5 girls. But yes have a think about it. I think is probably used much more for girls as a nickname.

  • ANDREW / DREW

Beautiful with Gender neutral names that suit boys or girls are like is the name, Andrew. So it’s really lovely. It is the short form of Andrew and had sort of Scottish Origins and although it is a feminine name it we know very very well mainly through I think through the Hollywood star Drew Barrymore. She said that she Chase it for her deliberately because it was a gender neutral names and take it wherever they were going to have a boy or a girl the baby was going to be Andrew.

The penny thing with this name is it actually has a very masculine meaning because it means manly literally but some other interpretations obviously origin or meaning or Regional are wise so it’s really lovely. I read a lot of forums. I do a lot of research into these baby names and I’ve read a lot of forms of girls who were named Drew majority of them absolutely loved their name some of them. Said that they got a little bit kind of teased fit when they’re younger because it’s just seen as such a masculine name in some parts of the world. We just a shame but if you love this trend, I think that particularly in the UK where I am from and because of Drew Barrymore and everything, it sounds like a beautiful name of boys or girls.

  • EDEN

I just think it’s gorgeous but next up is the name Eden traditionally either a boy or a girl’s name there. 113 girls named Eden last year and 274 boys. There’s pretty equal. It’s a Hebrew name and it means Delight taken from Genesis and the Garden of Eden which I think is an absolutely beautiful meaning is very simple. It is very hippie Outdoors nature-loving.

  • HERO

It seems to be very like a festival-goers Ivan cool name, and I absolutely love it. The name HERO is a really unique name, but it is very gender neutral and I’ve always liked to have always wondered. Pop on a list that I thought. Yeah, I can sort of getting it in the now it’s so unique. There were 5 boys named it HERO last year and 7 girls named hero and I’m really interested to know in the comments below.

If you think of these as real gender neutral to me this really is because I can see it so well for a boy and so well for a girl there are actually also feminine characters good here in literature.

  • INDIANA

The next name is truly gender-neutral and that is named Indiana. The nickname in INDI is always you to both boys and girls in the UK. It’s more popularly chosen for girls at the moment. So the girls it ranks and number 526,  but the boys it ranked just inside the top 1000 at 1146. I hear from reading in Australia. This is a super popular name. If you are staying in let me know in the comments below apparently was in number 60 in Australia a couple of years ago. Maybe is even more popular now. I think INDI is a beautiful nickname for either boys or girls. It really does to me for in either and I absolutely love it.

  • JESSE

How about named Jesse?

Jesse is one of the most popular Rising news for boys here in the caves in. Top 100 for the first time my really good friend easy. Jessica Carter has a baby boy could Jesse. Jessica for girls is at number 15 in the top name list.  Jessica who watches and always asks me to shout out her name as finally got Jessica into the list and I love the name, Jessica. But Jessica was very much my generation to there’s lots of mum’s called Jessica. So it’s sort of getting passed on their tiny bit less. I love that. It’s starting to be used more for boys.

He’s even though Jessica will always be popular because it’s beautiful, isn’t it? It’s like they can Emily or like a Lucy like it’s just never gonna go out of style because it’s just a gorgeous one and Jesse for boys is got that kind of western cowboy cool about it. Doesn’t it though Shakespeare had a feminine Jesse in The Merchant of Venice. Jesse for girls isn’t number 260. So lots of people are choosing just Jesse and registering that is the baby in for girls as well. So I think it’s a really great name really truly fits boys or girls out.

  • ROBBY

What about the name Robin? So Robin is traditionally known as a boy named Robin Hood, but also Robin can be very feminine as well. We had the singer Robin. We have the bird robin, which I think makes this a very pretty and feminine name and I love the robin little bird as a festive little Christmas thing actually and our daughter is a Christmas baby and we talked about the name Robin but we have a robin in my family. That was a male Robbins. I think for me it just kind of put me off it but we love Robin with the wire end for girls.

So a 209 boy Robbins. Last year 576 girl Robbins choose this name. It means famed bright or shining but I think it’s really in the UK more associated with a little ROBIN redbreast, isn’t it? So, yeah, I absolutely love the name. It’s also got vintage cool because it was a very popular name back in the Middle Ages. So your pop rubbing on your list for baby boy or baby. They’ve got four more great ones for you.

  • AVERY

Avery is the most popular unisex name in the U.S. At the moment and it’s really easy to see why exist such a great one. It sounds perfect for a baby boy or a baby girl exactly 65 boys and 65 girls named Avery last year in the UK is not funny like exactly the same number of babies. So yeah, you can’t deny. This is great for boys or four girls. So traditionally the named Avery is a surname derived from the name Alfred. And it means else counselor.

I think that with Ava being such a popular girl named and Avery sounding a bit like Emery bit like Everett and it’s got that kind of masculine Santa sighs, isn’t it? So it’s a really really lovely one is really on-trend at the moment here in the UK.

  • RIO

Rio traditionally sounds like Masculine name but it is also as eminent names. We know RIO Ferdinand a footballer who is very popular here rear of the place name as well boy. I absolutely love that. I didn’t know is it’s actually a nature name. RIO in Spanish and Portuguese means River. I didn’t know that and I absolutely love it. And I love the sound of Rio. Oh, sounding names are really really popular as well at the moment. I think that we’re getting Morgan a global with our name. So having a place name is also a really big trend. I thought a lot of you might really like the name. Mario, I love it for a boy. It sounds really like a sweet quirky cheeky chappy type of cool name. Like a little bit kind of European for a girl. I think it just sounds very beautiful. It sounds very glamorous as a name and it’s short and sweet and a bit unexpected. So I think you get lots of compliments for it again reading lots of forums.

Related Searches

  • Austin

Another city-inspired unisex baby name, Austin is a great choice for a girl or boy — living in Texas not required.

  • Ezra

This unisex baby name also made our list of the top hipster baby names, and for good reason. Ezra works perfectly for a boy or girl, is easy to spell, and blends seamlessly with many middle or last names.

  • Emerson

Perhaps this baby will be a creative like his or her philosopher namesake: Ralph Waldo Emerson. Consider this unisex baby name if you envision raising a free thinker.

  • Cameron

Cameron Diaz is one famous Cameron, but this unisex baby name works also works well for boys. Plus, the nickname Cam couldn’t be cuter.

  • Drew

Drew Barrymore, Drew Carey, Drew Brees. This four-letter name is easy to pronounce, easy to spell and easy to choose, whether you’re expecting a boy or a girl.

Special List of Gender Neutral Names

Gender Neutral Names

  1. Addison
  2. Adrian
  3. Aiden
  4. Alex
  5. Andy
  6. Angel
  7. Archer
  8. Ashton
  9. Aspen
  10. August
  11. Bailey
  12. Blair
  13. Blake
  14. Brett
  15. Carson
  16. Cassidy
  17. Dakota
  18. Dallas
  19. Dana
  20. Devon
  21. Dylan
  22. Evan
  23. Emerson
  24. Finley
  25. Frankie
  26. Grayson
  27. Greer.
  28. Hayden
  29. Hunter
  30. Jayden
  31. Jackie
  32. Jaime
  33. Jesse
  34. Jo
  35. Jody
  36. Journey
  37. Justice
  38. Kai
  39. Keaton
  40. Keegan
  41. Kelsey
  42. Kendall
  43. Kennedy
  44. Kieran
  45. Lane
  46. Leighton
  47. Lennon
  48. Leslie
  49. Logan
  50. London
  51. Marin
  52. Mickey
  53. Montana
  54. Morgan
  55. Owen
  56. Paris
  57. Parker
  58. Peyton
  59. Phoenix
  60. Presley
  61. Quinn
  62. Rain
  63. Reagan
  64. Reed
  65. Reese
  66. Remington
  67. Ricky
  68. Riley
  69. River
  70. Rory
  71. Rowan
  72. Ryan
  73. Sage
  74. Sasha
  75. Sawyer
  76. Scout
  77. Shannon
  78. Shawn
  79. Shay
  80. Shiloh
  81. Skylar
  82. Sloan
  83. Storm
  84. Sydney
  85. Tanner
  86. Tatum
  87. Taylor
  88. Tony
  89. Tristan
  90. Wesley
  91. Whitney

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