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So let me start by saying that DH is a big motorcycle racing fan, and while I don't like the idea of naming a baby after a famous sports player/actress/etc. simply because you like them...I actually like the names themselves. DH suggested the names Hayden and Rossi. I actually kind of like both. We both feel that both name can work for either a boy or a girl. What are your opinions on the names themselves...and which gender do you think each works best for? I personally think that Hayden is more masculine and Rossi is more feminine. TIA for your opinions.
Hayden is definitely masculine, I don't see it as being even a little bit girly. I don't think Rossi makes a good name for either gender. I don't mind Ross for a boy, but Rossi just looks like a nickname for that.
Hayden is definitely masculine, I don't see it as being even a little bit girly. I don't think Rossi makes a good name for either gender. I don't mind Ross for a boy, but Rossi just looks like a nickname for that.[/b]
Ross with the nn Rossi for a boy would be nice.
Shauna; college student and future teacher
Fav. names (that seem to change every day): Oliver, Beckett, Stellan, Violet, Audrey, Isobel.