1. Bailey – The name Bailey was first a last name that meant an officer of the law but has now become a frequent girl and boy name.
2. August – The meaning of the name August is majestic and it used to be very popular in the 1880s but we think it should be brought back!
3. Frances/is – even though it originally means Frenchman and Frenchwoman they are a great choice for a name that is gender neutral.
4. Emery – This name recently rose to popularity and it comes from Germany where it means brave and powerful.
5. Quinn – Originally a last name in Ireland but now a pupulat name in America, after the 60s it even became gender neutral.
6. Rowan – It means red haired person and it’s roots come from Ireland.
7. Sloan – we got information from a site that “Sloan(e) is the anglicized form of an Old Irish clan name, from the Gaelic Ó Sluaghhadáin (descendents of Sluaghhadáin). Sluaghhadáin uses the Irish diminutive suffix “-áin” attached to the ancient Gaelic personal name “Sluaghadh” meaning “raid”. From this we can deduce that it actually means little raider. Interesting!
8. Morgan – It comes from the history of Ireland and Wales. Right now it’s more popular for girls but often enough there are boys called Morgan.
9. Micah – It is a name of Hebrew origin and it comes from the Old Testament.
10. Evan – It comes from Wales and if translated it would mean John. It means young or youthful in Welsh.
11. Dawson – The history behind the name Dawson is quite amusing, it came about from the name David, more specifically from the nickname Daw.
12. Peyton – it actually goes way back to the Battle of Hastings in 1066 when a Norman-French family became well know. From then it became very popular.
13. Rene – It has French origin that means reborn and it was primaraly meant for a boy.
14. Harlow – this was one of the first last names in England, but now it’s a great choice for a name for either your little girl or boy!
15. Finley – With the meaninf fair and warrior it originates from Gaelic and Scottish.
16. Lee – the word leah is an Old English word that and the translation of it would be meadow or clearing.
17. Kieran – First used in Ireland to denote a boy that was born with dark hair, eyes or skin.
18. Logan – Another one that originates from Ireland and only in America will you see a girl with this name, for a boy though it is pretty common.
19. Charlie – Primaraly a nickname for th name Charles which is a English version of the name Karl (German).
20. Robin – First it was a French version of Robert but nowadays it’s become popular as a gender neutral name.