20 Lovely Unisex Baby Names You’ll Positively Adore
Unisex everything has become a massive trend in society recently. Unisex toilets, unisex watches, and most recently unisex clothing.
Unisex names have become much more common amongst newer parents, so here’s our absolute top picks, which you’re sure to love!
Used as the shortened versions of Alexander or Alexandra, Alex has a strong name meaning “Defender of the people”.
An earthy name due to it’s origin from the tree of the same name, Ashley can also have various different spellings such as Ashlee or Ashely.
A popular name in the States, and depending on the sex of your baby, could be seen as taking its influence from either Bob or Roberta.
From Irish decent and most typically used as a surname, Casey has become quite popular in recent years as the use of surnames for a child’s first name becomes more common.
Charlie is the much more informal take on the name Charles. It is of strong German origin, meaning “man” or “army, warrior”.
A very patriotic name, which many may not know, comes from the Irish for Ireland, Éire.
From the Scottish for “The Wooded Valley”, Glenn is more typically seen as a boy’s name. However, Hollywood actress Glenn Close has bucked that trend.
Not to be confused with the motorbike of the same name, Harley is an old English name which comes from “The Hares’ Wood”.
Of English decent, Jamie can be given a more feminine spelling such as Jaymi or Jaimee.
Meaning “God will increase”, Joey has always been in everyone’s mind as our favourite character from US sitcom Friends. As a girls name, it’s the shortened version of Josephine.
Probably more common on girls than boys, Josie is a form of the more traditional Josephine, which itself was adapted from Joseph.
Of English decent, Jude is more common on boys with Jude Law being the more famous Jude out there.
For those looking for a double-barrelled first name, MJ is one of the better options to choose. Mary-Jane is a cute name for a girl that can be shortened.
Morgan is a very popular name over in the States, however it is of Welsh decent meaning “great circle”.
Sometimes seen as a surname, Perry means “dweller by the pear tree”.
A lovely name especially if your child has a red tinge to their locks, as the meaning is “a reed” or “red haired”.
Always a favourite, Sam has been used as a unisex name for many years. It is the shortened version of Samantha or Samuel.
For all of the fans of the famous American singer, Taylor comes the English of “the one who tailors clothes”.
Tony makes a nice alternative to Anthony and Antonia, which are the longer versions or the name.
Most famous in Ireland from singer Wallace Bird, the name means “foreigner” or “stranger”.