Topic: Unisex names
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January 11th, 2005, 05:59 PM
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I guess I'll start. I like Ryanne, Rylie, Bailey, Morgan, MacKenzie, and a few others for girl names. I love the name Shannon also, I think that is unisex too. Some unisex names just don't seem unisex to me and I couldn't imagine a little girl with certain "boys" names or a little boy with certain "girls" names. KWIM? Ryanne's name is unisex but addding the E pretty much ends any confusion to whether or not she is a girl. I wouldn't want people to always be unsure of the gender of my child based on his or her name. Or if a unisex name is used, a very girlie or masculine middle name should follow depending on the gender. Anyone else?

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