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Masculine names for girls?

(69 Posts)
Danielson01 Mon 02-Feb-15 06:36:07

The only ones I can think of are Cameron, Riley and Harriet. Any other suggestions?

overmydeadbody Mon 02-Feb-15 06:37:23

Max and George

Littlefish Mon 02-Feb-15 06:38:45

Brian
Dave

GlitzAndGigglesx Mon 02-Feb-15 06:40:09

Paula. Why?

JapaneseMargaret Mon 02-Feb-15 06:41:44

Roberta
Nigella
Thomasina, et al.

Bobby
Stevie

bananananacoconuts Mon 02-Feb-15 06:41:58

Morgan
Jamie
Bailey

Corsu Mon 02-Feb-15 06:42:58

Germaine. Because of Greer. Not necessarily a bad thing though.

JapaneseMargaret Mon 02-Feb-15 06:43:06

Americans go in for quite masculine names. Taylor, Tucker, etc...

An ex-colleague has recently named her DD Bryce.

JapaneseMargaret Mon 02-Feb-15 06:43:53

Charlie/Charley.

JapaneseMargaret Mon 02-Feb-15 06:44:29

Brodie
Brontë

Seriouslyffs Mon 02-Feb-15 07:02:15

Alex (Alexandra)
Sam (Samantha)
Jo (Joanna, Josephine)

Piratespoo Mon 02-Feb-15 07:15:57

Parker
Harley

But why?! You can have a masculine name when you have a boy!!!

BikeRunSki Mon 02-Feb-15 07:16:33

Harper
Elliot
Jamie

shakemysilliesout Mon 02-Feb-15 08:52:43

Wyatt

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Mon 02-Feb-15 08:59:48

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GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Mon 02-Feb-15 09:02:06

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marmaladegranny Mon 02-Feb-15 09:05:15

Lesley, Sydney, Hilary, Vivienne/Vivian.

herethereandeverywhere Mon 02-Feb-15 09:06:25

Ashley
Jo (sephine)

KatherinaMinola Mon 02-Feb-15 09:07:07

If you want a 'strong' name, go for a consonant (or consonant sound) at the end. Surname names are another possibility, but I'm not keen unless they are actually your grandmother's maiden name etc.

From my generation I think Helen, Kate, Rachel sound strong.

pictish Mon 02-Feb-15 09:08:25

Gerry
Jamie
Lee
Scout
Billie
Morven
Sonney (I have a friend called this, she's a woman and it suits her)

Jackieharris Mon 02-Feb-15 09:46:31

Logan
Piper
Austin
Parker
Glenn
Drew
Addison
Ashton
Shane
Saxon
Frankie
Joe
Jules
Jay
Astor
Stevie
Radley
Ripley
Laurie
Basil
Marty
Ty
Oscar
Lee
Sacha
Alex
Billie
Kai
Phoenix
Hayden
Cody
Corey
Casey
Sean
Jean
Quinn
River
Rain
Skye
Skyler
Arran
Jordan
Jodie
Micky
Mel
Oisin
Orion
Pat
Terry
Toni
Angel
Sam
Andy
Jamie
Tegan
Nicky
Fox
Ember
Devon
Dale
Dana
Danni
Ryan

millymae Mon 02-Feb-15 10:21:22

What about Erica, Philippa. Peta, or Jacqueline. I like Erica a lot. Its a name that's difficult to shorten and for me that's one of the main things I consider as I find it difficult to get my head round why people choose a name and then shorten it!

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Mon 02-Feb-15 10:59:45

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Danielson01 Mon 02-Feb-15 18:12:07

Why? Because I don't like any girly or feminine names. That doesn't mean I'll name my daughter John or something, I just like unisex names.

LovelyWeatherForDucks Mon 02-Feb-15 18:16:40

Francesca - Frankie

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