40 Unisex Baby Names Expecting Parents Love

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Baby Gizmo is bringing you another naming guide to help expecting parents take that all important step! This time, we’re giving you a list of unisex baby names. These are names that sound great no matter what gender you are having. This list is also perfect for parents who have chosen not to find out the gender until the birth, but who still want the personal experience of using their child’s name while he or she is in the womb.

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40 unisex baby names you’ll love:

  1. Aaron/Erin (Erin is an Irish name; when spelled Aaron, used for a male, it is of Hebrew origin meaning “lofty, exalted, high mountain.”)
  2. Ace
  3. Adley
  4. Adrian
  5. Andy/Andi
  6. Ash (abbreviated from either the female Ashley or male Ashton)
  7. Bailey
  8. Bexley
  9. Cameron
  10. Casey
  11. Channing (means “young wolf”)
  12. Charley/Charlie/Charli
  13. Denver
  14. Drew
  15. Echo
  16. Emerson
  17. Gray (this one counts for many trends, like surnames as first names and color names, on top of being unisex)
  18. Hayden
  19. Harper
  20. Holland
  21. Jayden
  22. Jamie
  23. Jesse
  24. Kai (Hawaiian name meaning “ocean”)
  25. Kyle
  26. Lee
  27. Lennon (Irish for “small cloak” but vintage celebrity surnames are on trend to be huge these coming years!)
  28. Reagan
  29. Reese
  30. Remy
  31. Riley
  32. Robin
  33. Salem (perfect for place-name loving parents, this name is both Hebrew and Arabic for “peace”)
  34. Sawyer
  35. Skylar (means “scholar” or “learned one”)
  36. Taylor
  37. Tegan (Welsh name, meaning “darling,” “loved one”)
  38. Terri/Terry
  39. Quinn
  40. Wallace (Scottish surname that works wells for both genders)

What other unisex baby names have you heard or used? Add them to our list in the comments!

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Heather lives with her husband, daughter and son and has learned to accept that Utah is now her permanent home. Before becoming a stay at home mom, she taught elementary school and loves to use that background to create fun activities to entertain her children. Though staying home with the kids is great, Heather has always enjoyed finding more ways she can keep herself sane, including elaborate cross stitch designs and playing with any puppy she can find. She particularly loves to read and write and prides herself in always remaining honest in her posts about life as a wife and mother, even when the truth is sometimes embarrassing.

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