Unisex baby names also known as an epicene name or androgynous names that can be used for either a boy or a girl. Unisex baby names have become increasingly popular among parents.
Unisex names can be used as a source of humor. Sometimes parents may choose to name their child in honor of a person of another sex which can result in the name becoming unisex.
Unisex names have become popular in English speaking countries in the past several decades. Masculine names have become increasingly popular among females in the past century but feminine names remain extremely rare among males.
According to the Social Security Administration, Jayden has been the most popular unisex name for boys since 2008 and Madison has been the most popular unisex name for girls since 2000 in the United States. Popular unisex names of French origin include Camille, Claude, and Dominique. In German origin, Pascal, Simone Eike, Gustl, Toni and Kai are unisex names. Gal, Tal, Noam and Daniel names are unisex in in Hebrew origin.
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