Looking for a unisex name that would work like like a charm whether your baby is a boy or girl? Look no further. Any of these choices are gender-neutral baby names.
African: Brings great joy (Nigeria)
English: Diminutive variant of Abbas, Abbott, Abelard, and Abner
Arabic: Fragrant or numerous
Gaelic: From the oak tree ford; surname
German: Sweet or noble
It seems that some people have been confusing Adan with the ever-popular Aidan. The name is actually pronounced ah-DHAHN... Read More
Addison was first intended to be a boy's name—it means "son of Adam"—but its rapid climb up the naming charts have officially... Read More
Another patronymic name like Jamison, Addison has fallen out of fashion as a boy's name and is almost exclusively a girl's... Read More
A mistress of Lancelot Read More
African: Royal (Nigeria)
Arabic: Righteous, fair, just; stems from Adl, meaning justice
A variation of the Latin name Adrienne, Adrian has more commonly been used as a boys name, but is still used as a girl name... Read More
Lately Adrian has been creeping up the boy name ranks to become the most popular its ever been. The name originally refered... Read More
Irish: Little, fiery; Aidan is a modern English spelling of the early medieval Gaelic name Áedán.
Anglo Saxon Origin
English: My own meadow
Hebrew: Replaces, supplants; variant of Yaakov (see Jacob); Akiva was the name of many renowned Talmudic scholars throughout history...
English: Familiar form for names beginning with Al-
From Alain le Gros one of the Fisher kings Read More
Italian: White; a place name
Greek: Alcyoneus fought against Athena in Greek mythology
Greek: Fought against Athena