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Hi me with your 'is it a girl or a boy?' names.

(155 Posts)
user1485182339 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:03:45

Any language or culture or era, except very American-type ones like surnames or states, or very unusual pronunciations.

user1485182339 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:06:15

That should clearly have been 'hit', not 'hi'. It's late, and the nameless baby is jumping on my bladder. Again. hmmangry

neddle Mon 29-Jan-18 21:09:45

Morgan?

ScreamingValenta Mon 29-Jan-18 21:10:19

Evelyn

CakeAndChocolate Mon 29-Jan-18 21:11:45

Harley

Rainbowsandflowers78 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:12:16

Harper
Chester
Jamie

RavenWings Mon 29-Jan-18 21:12:24

Riley
Sam
Francis/Frances?
Alex
Casey
Jordan
Peyton?
Billie/Billy
Robin/Robyn
Toni/Tony

Some are quite American but tbh a lot of gender neutral names read that way to me.

SnowannaRainbow Mon 29-Jan-18 21:13:10

I know male and female Rileys, I think the female one is spelled Rylee though.

dubmumof2 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:13:43

Alex? Jamie? Sydney?

DianaBlythe Mon 29-Jan-18 21:14:51

Brodie
Kiran
Jamie
Sam
Kim
Alex
Blair
Blake
Eden
Rowan
River
Robin/Robyn
Remy
Chandler
Morgan
Ceri

Andy/Andi/Andie



Siri....

dubmumof2 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:15:00

Ooh yes....Sam and Frances/Francis

BabloHoney Mon 29-Jan-18 21:15:58

Cass
Kit

LovelyBranches Mon 29-Jan-18 21:16:10

Ceri
Morgan
Lesley
Jamie
Celyn
Cameron
Harper

Marv1nGay3 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:19:40

Aubrey
Florian

ArcheryAnnie Mon 29-Jan-18 21:23:01

Sam
Jo (Joe)
Jude
Lesley
Frankie
Alex
Kit
Evelyn
Hillary

YerAuntFanny Mon 29-Jan-18 21:24:19

Morgan
Charlie (Charles/Charlotte)
Tracey
Stacey
Mandy
Robin
Harry (Harriet)
Cody
Casey
Sam (Samantha)
Stevie (Steven/Stephanie)
Jamie
Taylor
Jude

user1485182339 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:25:08

For reasons I can't explain I just do not like Aubrey.
Can Kit be standalone? Or would people always be asking what it is short for?
Florian is very male, surely?
Rowan is very nice, but we can't use due to family conflict. I guess nature names are usually fairly gender neutral or unisex?

Rainbowsandflowers78 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:26:57

I normally love long names with nicknames attached but I’m quite happy kit can be stand alone

Rainbowsandflowers78 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:33:06

Cass
Zephyr

LynetteScavo Mon 29-Jan-18 21:35:30

Sydney

Robin

DD says Brio hmm I think she means Rio.

user1485182339 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:35:39

I'm suddenly struck by how many of these names end in a 'ee' sound.
I quite like Kit, I think. Guess if it a girl and she rebels she could use Kitty as a nn. Not sure what a boy might choose.

user1485182339 Mon 29-Jan-18 21:37:08

Brioche? Maybe she's just hungry, lynette grin

JacintaJones Mon 29-Jan-18 21:40:42

Eden
Raff/Raffy
Beverly
River
Bo
Christie
Arden
Nile

JacintaJones Mon 29-Jan-18 21:44:16

Paris
Jace/Jacey
Lee
Jai
Hero/Hiro

LynetteScavo Mon 29-Jan-18 21:45:03

Jo/Joe

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