These Traditionally 'Boy' Names Are Becoming Popular For Girls
Huffington Post - 4 months
We all know about the once traditionally male names like Madison, Addison, Harper and Alexis that have become popular girls’ names.
Then there are the newer names crossing the gender divide toward the girls’ side. These names may still be more widely used for boys, but they have now moved into the Social Security Administration’s top 1,000 baby names for girls: Sawyer, Hunter, Ryan, Dallas, Royal, and Ellis are the most notable.
More obscure than these, but way more newsworthy, are the boys’ names below the top 1,000 that are now being used for sizable numbers of girls. Nameberry has compiled a list of names traditionally associated with boys that are moving “girlward” in recent years.
In a few cases, there are powerful celebrity influences nudging these boys’ names “girlward,” such as Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds naming their first daughter James or Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher naming their little girl Wyatt.
Read the list below for more examples, along with the numb
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