May 22, 2012

Most Popular Unisex Names


There are countless names that could be considered unisex, but which names do we currently use the most for both boys and girls? To determine the most popular, I researched the top names that are shared between both genders, and calculated the average between the male and female name rank. I used the latest statistics for 2011. Enjoy!


Top Unisex Baby Names
  1. Riley
  2. Avery
  3. Peyton
  4. Jordan
  5. Alexis
  6. Angel
  7. Hayden
  8. Jayden
  9. Taylor
  10. Parker
  11. Quinn
  12. Payton
  13. Cameron
  14. Dylan
  15. Logan
  16. Ryan
  17. Dakota
  18. Charlie
  19. Morgan
  20. Kayden
  21. London
  22. Harper
  23. Emerson
  24. Reese
  25. Skylar
  26. Kendall
  27. Skyler
  28. Jordyn
  29. Amari
  30. Rylee
  31. Rowan
  32. Ariel
  33. Rylan
  1. Zion
  2. Finley
  3. Blake
  4. Sawyer
  5. Teagan
  6. Bentley
  7. Emery
  8. Eden
  9. Reagan
  10. Micah
  11. Phoenix
  12. Justice
  13. Casey
  14. Jaiden
  15. Tatum
  16. Ali
  17. Jaden
  18. Harley
  19. Kai
  20. Camryn
  21. Elliot
  22. Kamryn
  23. Lyric
  24. Armani
  25. Jamie
  26. Sage
  27. River
  28. Jessie
  29. Leighton
  30. Jaylin
  31. Rory
  32. Sidney
  33. Jaidyn

4 comments:

  1. While I would agree that most of these names are unisex, they tend to be used predominantly by one gender or the other still.

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  2. I agree—most of the names are more popular with one gender, but the goal of creating this list was to find what names are on the list of the top 1,000 for both boys and girls, no matter where on that list they fall. Thanks for reading!

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  3. I do agree, these are all common unisex names. I new few more like Alan, Alex, Blythe, Freddie, Kaoru ......

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  4. Very cool site! Wish I'd known about it before I had my two kids.. Www.educationmom.com

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