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Unisex Baby Names – 2021’s Popular Gender Neutral Names

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2021’s Most Popular Gender Neutral Unisex Baby Names

Many parents (particularly celebrity mums and dads) are picking gender neutral unisex baby names for their little ones.

Let’s be realistic; picking a name for your child is perhaps the biggest choice a parent needs to make. A name is forever! If you are in week 40 of your pregnancy, you need to choose a name right away.

To assist you with this troublesome undertaking we’ve gathered our preferred unisex names. Who wouldn’t like to know the coolest and most well-known names?

We have included the meanings of these names. They’re all appropriate for both baby boys and baby girls.

Unisex Baby Names for Boys and Girls

Addison (child of Adam). There are a lot of spelling variations; initially a name for boys, but recently, people are using it for girls, as well.

Adrian (of the sea; dark one). Of Latin origin; variants include Adrien, Adrianne, and Adrienne; originally a boy’s name but used for girls more often lately.

Aiden (fiery one). From the Irish; more popular for boys, but girls can have it, too.

Alex (defender). Probably one of the most popular unisex choices; it can be a shortened version of either Alexander or Alexandra.

Bailey (a public officer of justice).

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Unisex Baby Names - 2021's Popular Gender Neutral Names

Blair (child of the plains).This ismostly a pick for girls, but it can be for guys, as well.

Blake (dark and attractive). An English name; some of its most famous bearers are the actress Blake Lively and the singer Blake Shelton, so both genders can rock it.

Brett (someone from Brittany, France). It has Celtic and French origins; it is more common for males but can be a female name, as well.

Cameron (having a crooked nose). Originally from the Scottish; it remains popular in spite of its early meaning.

Carson (Carr’s son). Another Scottish option; can also be spelt as Karson; for boys, it is a very trendy pick, and in the 1990s, it rose in popularity as a female name.

Cassidy (curly haired). From the Irish; mostly used for girls but can be classified as gender neutral.

Charlie (free man). It has always been a popular male option; recently it has been growing as a female choice, primarily as a nickname for Charlotte.

Dakota (friend; ally). Native American origins; because of actresses Dakota Johnson and Dakota Fanning, we classify it as a major female pick, but it would be unique if given to a boy.

Dallas (living in the field). Of English and Scottish origin; frequently used as a male option, though it was also once popular for females.

Dana (God is the judge; a Dane). Due to its femininity, it is used less often for boys, but a boy named Dana is still not uncommon.

Devon (poet). Of Irish origin; more popular for men but still a neutral pick.

Dylan (great tide). It originates from the Welsh; there are a few alternative spellings, such as Dillon and Dillan.

Jaime (one who replaces). In French, it can also translate to “I love” or “I like”; other variations are Jamie, Jaimie, or Jaimee.

Jesse (God’s gift; wealthy).From the Hebrew; popular spellings are Jessie and Jessy; it is used equally for girls and boys though a little more often for boys.

Jody (blessed). Some alternate spellings include Jodie and Jodi.

Joe (blessed). Though Joe is more of a boy’s option, girls are also often called Jo.

Jordan (flowing down). From the Hebrew; it has plenty of other spellings, such as Jordyn or Jordin.

Journey (traveler; adventurer). It is used more frequently for girls, but sometimes for boys, as well. It is quietly becoming one of the most popular unisex baby names.

Justice (honest; fair). From the Latin; nice for a girl or boy with a strong sense of fairness.

Kai (from the sea). From Hawaiian culture.

Keaton (from the town of hawks). It originates from English.

Keegan (small fiery one). From Ireland.

Kelsey (ship victory). Has sea associations; alternative spellings include Kelsi and Kelsie.

Kendall (from the Kent Valley). As the examples of the television star Kendall Jenner and the actor Kendall Schmidt show, both guys and girls can rock it.

Kennedy (helmet-wearing chief). It has Irish and Scottish roots.

Kieran (dark-haired). Of Scottish origin.

Lane (taking the narrow path). It is common for men but is occasionally used for women.

Leighton (from the town near the meadow). Traditionally, it has been a male name, but lately, its use for females has increased, especially with the popularity of the actress Leighton Meester; Leighton is becoming one of the most popular unisex baby names.

Phoenix (dark red). Phoenix is now a very stylish name, no matter what the gender of its owner.

Presley (from the place where the priest lives). Variations in spelling are Preslee and Preslie; nowadays, this option is more usual for girls.

Quinn (wisdom; intelligence).Due to its association with “queen,” it is given more to girls, but its actual meaning makes it okay for both boys and girls.

Rain (rain; wise ruler). Other spelling options are Rainn, Raine, Rayne, and Reign.

Reagan (little ruler). Of Scottish and Irish origin; some other spellings are Regan or Raegan.

Skylar (scholarly; intelligent). It is Dutch; Skyler is a popular spelling variation of it.

Sloan (strong protector). From the Irish; the more feminine spelling version is Sloane, though the name Sloan itself is more common for girls.

Storm.This weather-inspired choice sounds quite gender neutral and can be used for anyone.

Sydney (from the wide island). It has English roots; initially, more boys than girls had this name.

Tanner (leather maker).

Tatum (bringer of joy). A cheerful name that is slightly more popular among females.

Taylor (cloth cutter). Famous people with the name are singer Taylor Swift and actor Taylor Lautner, who, interestingly, were once a romantically linked couple.

Tony (priceless). From the Latin; though we got used to this name for boys, many girls are named this, as well, sometimes with the spelling Toni.

Tristan (full of sorrow). It is more common for boys but is a unique pick for girls; its meaning sounds more confident than sad.

Wesley (from the meadow in the west). It can be spelled Wesli or Weslie; it is common for guys but unusual for girls. Wesley is becoming one of the most popular unisex baby names.

Whitney (white and fresh). The singer Whitney Houston showed that the name is more feminine, but it can also be used as a boy’s name.

Winter, It is a nice name for girls, though you can meet guys named Winter, as well. Winter is also quietly becoming one of the most popular unisex baby names.


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