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Unisex Names That Start With L

Looking for the ideal gender-neutral baby name that starts with the letter L? Take a look at our list of top names for both boys and girls.

Lacey

If there was any name made to be a girls' name, it's Lacey. Don't even think about bringing this one over the boys' side... Read More

Lacey

Much like the fabric this name conjures up, Lacey sounds a bit fussy, a bit frilly, and a whole lot girly. Read More

Landry

English: Ruler of the place

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Lane

English: Path or small roadway

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Lane

English: Path or small roadway

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Langley

English: From the long meadow; Langley, Virginia is well-known as the home of the Central Intelligence Agency

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Langley

English: From the long meadow; a surname and traditionally a boys'' name, now being used for both genders. Langley, Virginia, is...

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Laren

Scottish: Laurel; variant of Lawrence

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Laren

Greek: Sea gull; familiar form of Larina

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Lark

English: Lark, a songbird; used predominantly for girls

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Lark

English: Lark, a songbird

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Lauren

While most people would assume Lauren was a female name, it's also been a male name since the early 1900s. It faded into... Read More

Laurie

English: The laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory

French: Laurel

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Leal

English: Loyal, faithful

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Leal

African: Faithful

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Lee

Lee is a gentle sounding name that is more often used as a surname or middle name rather than a first name. It hit its peak... Read More

Lee

Lee is an old-fashioned unisex name that is now more commonly used as a middle name, if at all. It is also a common surname... Read More

Leigh

Believe it or not, when used as a boy's name, Leigh is a variation of the even less popular Farley. This version of spelling... Read More

Leigh

A name with vintage appeal, Leigh is a spelling variation of the less romantic looking Lee. This peaceful sounding moniker... Read More

Leighton

English: From the meadow town or settlement

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Leighton

English: From the meadow town or settlement

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Lenci

Greek: Light

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Leonce

French: Lion

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Leone

Italian: Bold lion

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Leone

French: Lion

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Lesley

Lesley is a name rooted in the green hills of Scotland and Ireland. It means “garden of holly,” which is associated in... Read More

Leslie

Celtic Origin

Gaelic Origin

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Leslie

Celtic Origin

Gaelic Origin

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Lethe

Greek: Forgetfulness; In Greek mythology, Lethe was the the River of Oblivion that caused the dead to forget about their past lives...

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