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40 of the SWEETEST gender neutral baby names in the world


While it might be commonplace these days to find out the gender of your baby before it is born, not every mum-to-be wants to know. And for those who are waiting for the big reveal, deciding on a name can be tricky because you need one for both a boy and a girl.


The rise in unisex baby names has been steady as parents choose to deviate from the norm when it comes to a moniker for their little boy or girl. Celebrities are also influencing this trend with Mila Kunis naming her little girl, Wyatt while Harper Beckham brought this literary name to the fore for both girls and boys. 


We have put together 40 of the top gender neutral baby names (and their meanings!) to help you name your baby. 



We love how they would suit either sex perfectly!



Aubrey meaning supernatural being

Addison meaning son of Adam

Alexis meaning defender of mankind

Avery meaning Elf ruler

Ashley meaning meadow of ash trees




Bailey meaning administrator

Brooke meaning a small stream



Charlie meaning man

Cary meaning descendant of the dark one

Casey meaning brave



Darryl meaning darling

Dakota meaning friend or ally

Devon meaning poet  

Drew meaning manly

Dylan meaning son of the sea



Emerson meaning brave or powerful

Emory meaning brave



Frankie meaning Frenchman or free one




Harper meaning harp player

Hayden meaning valley with hay



Jamie meaning supplanter

Jesse meaning wealthy or gift

Jody meaning God will increase

Jordan meaning to flow down



Kennedy meaning helmeted leader

Kerry meaning dark haired one



Lee meaning healer



McKenna meaning ascend

Morgan meaning bright sea or great circle



Peyton meaning noble




Quinn meaning fifth



Reese meaning ardour

Robin meaning bright fame

Rudy meaning famous wolf

Riley meaning valiant



Stevie meaning crown

Skylar meaning the Isle of Skye

Sydney meaning wide meadow




Taylor meaning tailor



Wynne meaning fair or white




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