Unisex names: Gender neutral names for your baby

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  • Looking for some inspiration when it comes to unisex baby names? We've got some lovely gender neutral baby names to choose from including Ray, Alex and Remi.

    It can be pretty hard picking a name for your bundle of joy, let alone thinking of a gender neutral name if you’re not keen on finding out the sex before the birth.

    However, there are plenty of unisex names out there so picking a name can be made a little easier, and the sex of your unborn can remain a surprise until the big day.

    Unisex names are set to be a massive baby name trend for 2017 – one that’s been gathering popularity for the last few years and is now bigger than ever.

    Nameberry have even released a list of the most popular baby names that can be used for boys or girls chosen by parents so far this year.

    Most popular unisex baby names 2017

    Quincy

    Remi

    Winter

    Ellis

    Briar

    Indigo

    Sage

    Sasha

    Ray

    Interested, but don’t want to go for a gender neutral name that’s already climbing the charts? Here are 50 ideas which are totally unisex. Some may surprise you, like Kerry and Wallace, but we’ve discovered that there are more than a few famous faces who go by gender neutral names, like Drew Barrymore and Morgan Freeman.

    Did their parents pick a name before they knew if they were having a girl or a boy? Who knows, but we rather like this list of ideas. Have a browse through these best unisex baby names from Nameberry and Baby Centre and see if you can find the perfect moniker for your little one…

    Alex Eddy Jesse Reign
    Addison Eli Kerry River
    Aubrey Evan Kendall Sam
    Ash Frankie Marley Sandy
    Bailey Freddie Morgan Sasha
    Billy Gale Parker Stevie
    Brice Glen Pat Tanner
    Brook Gray Peyton Taylor
    Charlie Harper Quinn Wallace
    Corey Hayden Rey West
    Daryl Indiana Reese Wren
    Drew Jade Robin Wynne
    Dakota Jamie

    Would you choose/have you chosen a unisex baby name for your little one? We’d love to hear it. Let us know by leaving a comment below!