Finding an ideal name for your future bundle of joy will be extremely tough for new parents. However, gender neutral names reduce your headaches of selecting the best name for your baby boy or baby girl because they can be used for both genders.
Some ancient well-liked unisex baby names will be used for each gender. The top 300 unisex baby names are being inspired by the character, world places, surnames, and fashionable spelling variations; initial names will also be used.
We’ve compiled a vast collection of top 300 unisex baby names alphabetically with a quick outline of their origin and meaning.
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We’ve enclosed a number of the most popular gender-neutral baby names as well as a number of the foremost unique unisex names like Andie, Shae, and Hayden. Good luck exploring these unique and popular unisex baby names 2021! You can dive into the sea of the top 300 unisex baby names list below:
Old English roots, means ‘Child of Adam’
Inspired from the Latin name Adrianus or Hadrianus or can be associated with the old river Adria
Of Gaelic origin, signifying ‘fire.’
Scottish roots, signifying ‘one’s own meadow.’
From the Greek roots, it means ‘defender.’
Short version of Alfred, from Old English Aelfraed signifying ‘counsel,’ ‘wise,’ ‘elf.’
From Arabic origin, it means ‘exalted, noble.’
Old German roots, means ‘brave, powerful,’ variation of Emory
Variation of Andy
Short form of Andrew/Andrea from the Greek poem Andreas
Greek roots, from an angel, means ‘God’s messengers.’
From the surname, signifying ‘Bowman,’ now it is a popular given name. another innovation Archie was made by Harry and Meghan
Latin roots, means ‘great forest
Of Hebrew and Scandinavian roots, it means ‘lion, eagle,’ or a Short form of Ariel
Hebrew roots, signifying ‘lion of God’
Italian roots signifying ‘warrior’ but now referred to the world-class fashion designer Giorgio Armani.
Sanskrit and Persian roots signifying of ‘noble,’ but also popularized by Game of Thrones.
Short form of Ashley or Ashton
A beautiful Unisex name commonly used for boys, English roots, means ‘Ash tree meadow.’
Famous surname used in the USA and derived from a place name signifying ‘ash tree town.’
English roots mean ‘from the tree.’
Greek origin means ‘the goddess of wisdom.’
From old German origin, signifying ‘elf or magical being.’
Of Old English roots, means ‘old friend.’
From the Latin roots, Augustus, a title specified to monarchs
Inspired by a French pronunciation of Alfred. Old English roots, signifying ‘elf counsel.’
Of Latin roots signifying ‘bird.’
From Old English origin signifying ‘berry clearing’ but also ‘bailiff; city fortification.’
Derived from Old English word ‘baecere,’ signifying ‘baker, a popular occupational name
From Latin roots, it means ‘berry’ or French form implies ‘auburn-haired.’
Old French roots, means ‘attractive or beautiful friend.’
Scandinavian and Old German roots, means ‘lives on the hill; mountain.’
Of Welsh roots, means ‘son of Evan’
Another form of Bill and small version of William
A cute version of Bill and another form of William
Gaelic origin, means ‘yellow,’ probably denoting a blonde-haired person
English and Scottish origin, means ‘Kid of the field, plains, or battlefield.’
Old English roots, ‘blac’ can be a great nickname for someone with dark hair or skin or ‘blaac’ for pale hair or skin.
It’s a color name, more popular in modern parents.
Firstly a unique nickname for Robert
This great unisex name is a surname of Gaelic and Scottish roots, which means ‘yellow,’ ‘fair-haired.’
Irish and Gaelic roots, ‘descendant of Brádach,’ which itself possibly means ‘lively’ or ‘broad.’
Of Irish and Gaelic roots, ‘teardrop.’
Old English origin, means ‘high place, steep hill.’
From Celtic and French origin, it signifies Breton or somebody from Brittany, France.
Old English roots from the thorny shrub. also, Briar Rose was the princess in Sleeping Beauty
English roots, means ‘bright town,’ also the metropolis on the south shore of England.
Old English, meaning ‘from Britain’
Old English and Old German roots from ‘water/small stream.’
Old English origin, means ‘small stream’ but also got inspiration from the New York City borough.
Awesome Unisex Baby Names 2021
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Brooks Old English and Old German origin, means ‘water, small stream.’ Caelan Gaelic and Irish origin, means ‘slender and fine, fair or pure.’ Cameron Scottish origin, means ‘crooked.’ Campbell This beautiful Scottish surname can be used for a person with a crooked smile/mouth. Carey Of Gaelic roots, it means ‘love.’ Carmel It is of Hebrew roots, means ‘garden, orchard.’ Carmen A modern innovation on Carmel Carroll Of Old German origin, ‘free man.’ Carson Scottish and Old English origin, means ‘son of the marsh-dwellers.’ Carter This surname has an old English origin, which means ‘one who transports/carts goods’ Casey Of Irish and Gaelic roots, it means ‘alert, watchful.’ Cassidy Irish origin, means ‘curly haired one.’ Chance Middle English roots, means ‘good fortune.’ Channing English and Old German roots, means ‘young wolf; official of the church.’ Charley It can be used as a beautiful nickname for Charles, Charlotte, or Charlene Charlie a beautiful nickname for Charlene, Charles, or Charlotte Chris Short form of Christopher/Christine/Christian Clay A short version of Clayton Clayton Old English means ‘clay settlement.’ Cody Irish and Gaelic roots, signifying ‘helper.’ Cole Old English origin, means ‘swarthy, coal-black.’ Corey Uncertain roots, could be from a Norse surname or the Gaelic Coire (‘cauldron/ a seething pool/hollow’) Dakota Native American roots mean ‘friend/ally’; there are also the US states such as North Dakota, South Dakota. Dale Old English means ‘small valley.’ Dallas Irish, Gaelic and Scottish roots, means ‘from the dales,’ also a town in Scotland and metropolitan in Texas. Dana Hebrew variation of Daniel, means ‘God is the judge’ or old English, ‘a Dane from Denmark.’ Dane Old English origin, ‘a Dane from Denmark’ Darby Old English, means ‘without envy’ and the place name, ‘deer park.’ Daryl Derived from French surname (‘from Airelle,’ a town in Calvados) Dawson Old English surname signifying ‘son of David’ Delta Greek roots, means ‘mouth of a river Denver Old English and French roots, ‘green valley,’ contemporary use may refer to the city. Devin From ‘bard’ or from the French ‘divin’, Irish and Gaelic roots signify ‘divine.’ Dorian Greek roots, means ‘from Doris’, a place in Greece Drew Of Greek roots signifying ‘strong and manly Dylan Welsh roots, means ‘son of the sea,’ a mythical Welsh hero Easton English roots signifying ‘east-facing place.’ Eddie Short for Edward/Edwina/ Edwin Eden From the Biblical Garden, signifying ‘delight.’ Elliott From Hebrew, implies ‘Jehovah is God’ Ellis From Hebrew, it means ‘Jehovah is God’ Ellison Of Hebrew roots signifying ‘Son of Elias’ Ember English, signifying ‘Spark, Lighting Low.’ Emerson Old English, from the last name ‘Emery’s son.’ Emery German roots signifying ‘Brave; powerful.’ Emory Variant of Emery Erin Irish and Gaelic roots, from a graceful word for ‘Ireland.’ Evelyn A feminine name of English roots signifying ‘wished for child.’ Ezra A boy’s name of Hebrew roots signifying ‘help.’ Finley Scottish, Irish roots signifying ‘fair-haired hero.’
Unique Unisex Names with Meaning
Irish roots signifying ‘fair or white,’ Finn MacCool (or Fionn mac Cuumhaill) was the popular hero of Irish mythos.
From Latin origin, it means ‘Flowery or prosperous.’
Irish and Gaelic origin, ‘successor of Flann,’ another name signifying ‘reddish or ruddy.’
Latin roots, means ‘Frenchman.’
Short form of Frances, Francis, Frank or Francesca
Hebrew roots, means ‘man of God,’ also the angel Gabriel
English roots, means ‘well-born,’ short form of Eugene
Hebrew roots, signifying ‘roots, birth’; the first book of the Bible
Greek roots from ‘George’s signifying ’tiller of the soil.’
Gotten from the Gaelic word ‘gleana,’ signifying valley
Old English roots, from the color name, denoting ‘grey hair or beard.’
Of Old English roots, means ‘heather meadow.’
Old English roots, means ‘rabbit meadow’ or ‘rock meadow.’
Old English roots, means ‘army hill,’ with a different variation such as Arlo.
English, Scottish, and Irish origin, means “the player of a harp.”
Old English, ‘place of safety/sanctuary.’
Old English, before it was a surname, ‘hedged valley.’
It has German roots and means ‘Ruler of the home.’
From Latin origin, a virtue name
Old English roots, means ‘son of Hugh’
English roots, signifying ‘one who hunts.’
Of Greek roots, signifying ‘Indian dye,’ also a color name
English name derived from John (Hebrew origin), or Jacques, the French type of Jacob (Hebrew origin), can also be a Short form of Jacqueline.
Variation of Jack
Spanish origin and used for the ornamental stone “jade.”
A variation of Jade
Gotten from the Hebrew name Jacob, means ‘supplanter.’
An origin of James
A variant of John in different languages, a short form of Janet and Janice
Considered to be a modern invented US name, but Jadon is also a Biblical name.
Of Hebrew roots, variation of John/Jane
Of Hebrew roots, it means ‘the Lord exists,’ short form of Jessica
Of Hebrew roots, means ‘the Lord is real, short form of Jessica
a developed form of Judy/Judith, and a Short form for Joseph or Josephine
It has Hebrew roots and is used for ‘down flowing, a famous river in the Middle East.
Greek roots, signifying ‘praised.’
French roots, variation of Julius/Julian, could also be a Short form of Julie.
From Latin roots, it means ‘youthful.’ used as a clan by several powerful Roman emperors used this clan in the form of Julius.
Arabic roots, means ‘companion.’
Various roots including German (‘warrior’), Welsh (‘rejoicer’), and Hawaiian (‘sea’)
A variation of Cameron
Of Irish and Gaelic roots, it means ‘small flame; ardent.’
Celtic and Gaelic signifying ‘Beautiful; handsome.’
English form of the early Irish Gaelic name Ceallach, signifying ‘strife; war.’
Old English, from a place name denoting to ‘island.’
Of Old English roots, means ‘the Kent canal valley,’ probably ‘bright river valley.’
From two Gaelic words signifying ‘chieftain’ and ‘helmet ,’ a popular first name is gotten from the surname.
Irish and Gaelic roots, means ‘black-haired.’
Short version of names like Kimberley and Kimball
Many Christian parents use this as a nickname for their little one:)
Cool Gender Neutral Names
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Kylar Variation of Kyle Kyle Of Gaelic roots, means ‘narrow, straight’, mentioning places, such as a strait or peninsula. Kylin Perhaps a variation of Kylie (Australian, ‘boomerang’) Kyrie Of Greek roots, it means ‘Lord,’ also the Christian supplication Kyrie eleison signifying ‘Lord, have mercy. Lake English roots, means ‘from the body of water Landon Old English, means ‘long hill.’ Lane English roots, means ‘small road or path.’ Leah Of Hebrew roots, signifying ‘delicate; weary.’ Lee Old English roots, means ‘meadow or pasture.’ Leighton Of Old English roots, means ‘meadow settlement.’ Lennon The beautiful Irish name means ‘Dear one.’ Lennox Scottish roots, means ‘from Levenach, Scotland.’ Leslie Of Scottish and Gaelic roots, means ‘holly garden.’ Lincoln Of old English origin and means ‘Lake Colony.’ English city and early Roman establishment, also inspired from US president Abraham Lincoln Linden English roots, nature name. Also, a tree name Lindsay Scottish roots, means ‘a lake; where linden trees are grown.’ Logan Of Gaelic roots, signifying ‘hollow.’ London A beautiful unisex name inspired by a city name Lonnie Old German roots, from Alonzo, means ‘ready for battle.’ Loren Latin roots, means ‘from Laurentum.’ Lou From Louis or Louise Mackenzie Irish and Gaelic roots, means ‘fire-born; wise ruler’s son.’ Also, a beautiful surname. Maddox Anglo-Welsh roots, means ‘benefactor’s son.’ Madison A variation of Mathieson signifies Matthew’s son. a given surname got popularity as a girl’s name by film Splash Marley English roots signifying ‘marshy meadow.’ Marlow Old English roots, means ‘driftwood,’ also the name of Buckinghamshire’s place. Mason English roots, means ‘one who works with stone.’ Max Short form of Maximilian, Maxwell, or Maxine Maxwell The old English word means ‘Mack’s stream,’ perhaps derived from the Latin Magnus (‘prodigious’) Mckenna A surname of Scottish and Gaelic roots, means ‘ascend.’ Mckenzie A beautiful surname; Of Scottish roots, means ‘the fair one Micah Of Hebrew roots, ‘who is like God?’ Michael Of Hebrew roots, it means ‘who is like God? Milan Of Slavic roots means ‘gracious, dear,’ or originated from the Italian city. Also, a Celtic word signifying ‘mid-plain.’ Miller English occupational name from ‘one who works in the mill.’ Monroe Scottish surname signifying ‘from the mouth of the [River] Roe.’ Montana Of Latin roots for ‘mountain,’ also a famous US state Morgan Welsh and Old English roots, means ‘circling ocean or excessive brightness; cheerful or white sea dweller.’ Murphy Of Irish roots signifying ‘sea warrior.’ Nevada From the Spanish word “nevada” signifying ‘snow-covered’, also a renowned US state. Nicky Short form of Nicole, Nichola, Nicholas. Nico Short form of Nichola, Nicholas, Nicole. Nikita Of Greek roots, signifying ‘unconquered.’ Noel From the Old French ‘noel, nael,’ signifying ‘Christmas.’ Noelle From the Old French ‘noel, nael’ signifying ‘Christmas.’ Nolan Of Irish and Gaelic roots means ‘champion.’ Nova In Latin origin, it is used for new; Nova is a star that emits massive amounts of light and energy. Ocean Modern parents’ choice; English name used for the sea/ocean Owen A traditional Welsh name signifies ‘well born, noble’ or ‘young warrior.’ Paige English roots with a meaning of a young servant
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It has Scottish roots also, inspired by the patterned fabric finished in Paisley.
Prince of Troy from Greek folklore, also France’ capital
Old English surname means ‘park keeper.’
Short form of Patricia/Patrick
Maybe from the English surname, also derived from the place-name Payton in Devon.
A virtue name with English roots means ‘peace.’
Of French roots, signifying ‘pear tree,’ also a Short form of Peregrine
Variation on Payton
It has Greek roots and means ‘dark red’, also the mythical bird that grown up from its own ashes.
Old English means ‘from pipe player.’
English roots, writer of poetry/verse.
Of Old French roots, ‘estate of the fifth son.
A unique version of the Irish surname Ó Cuinn, signifying ‘descendent of Conn.’
Old English roots, and the signifying ‘roe deer’s meadow.’
The old English name, ‘raven island; ram island.’
Of Hebrew roots signifying ‘God has healed,’ with different variations (Rafael, Raffaello, etc.)
A shortened version of Raymond/Rachael
Latin origin, signifying ‘queen; guidance; song.’ Rain is another nature name.
Gaelic surname signifying ‘little ruler’ now also popular as a given name
English roots, can be a nickname-derived surname denoting a person’s skin or hair being red.
Of Welsh roots signifying ‘enthusiasm.’
Variation of Reagan
French roots, means ‘from Rheims’
Old English roots, means ‘raven-family town’. You can get influenced by a famous TV character Remington Steele.
French name originated from a vague Latin personal name (Remigius) signifying ‘oarsman.’
Short form of Renee, Irene, Renata
Of Irish and Gaelic roots signifying ‘courageous.’ In English roots it means ‘rye clearing.’
Of Spanish roots, means ‘river’, eminently used in the Brazilian city Rio de Janeiro (‘January River’)
Of Old English roots, ‘shouting man’s meadow.’
An English nature name mainly a male name but getting immense popularity among girls.
A version of Rowan
Of English roots, means ‘famous, bright’, also a bird’s name
Another version of Robin
Of Irish and Gaelic roots, it means ‘red king.’
Of Gaelic roots means ‘little red-headed; Rowan is also a flowering tree with red berries.
English roots, signifying ‘royal/regal.’
Gaelic roots, signifying ‘king.’
It has English roots and means ‘rider, horseman.’
Old English origin, means ‘land where one can grow rye.’
Of Latin roots, ‘wise’ or plant name from the herb
English roots, occupational name, means ‘one who sails.’
Arabic and Hebrew roots, means ‘Peace’, also the place in Jerusalem
Short form of Samuel and Samantha
Greek roots, means ‘man’s defender, warrior.’
English roots signifying ‘woodcutter.’
Irish variation of John or French Jean and has Hebrew origin. It means ‘God is gracious.’
Gaelic roots, signifying ‘admirable.’
Of Gaelic roots, ‘old, ancient,’ also a prominent place name in Ireland
A variation of Sean
A variation of Shae
Unique unisex baby names
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Names Meaning and Origin Shiloh Of Hebrew roots, signifying ‘His reward.’ Sidney Of Old English roots, means ‘wide meadow.’ Skye Originated from the Island of Skye in Scotland Skylar Of Dutch roots means ‘fugitive.’ Sloane Originally, it is the anglicized form of an Old Irish clan name signifying ‘raider,’ now associated with London’s Sloane Square. Spencer This given name has British roots, signifying ‘steward’ or ‘administrator.’ Sterling Of English roots, ‘of the utmost quality (as in ‘pure silver) Stevie Source of Stephen/Stephanie Storm A weather name from the English word ‘storm.’ Sunny English-roots name, the best nickname for a bright child Sutton Old English roots, means ‘southern settlement.’ Sydney Old English, ‘wide-ranging island’ but also an Australian city Tanner Old English roots, means leather-maker Tate Middle English roots, means ‘cheerful,’ linked to Norwegian ‘Tait.’ Tatum Of Old English roots, signifying ‘Tate’s homestead’ or a ‘cheerful giver of happiness Taylor Middle English, from the tailor Teagan Irish roots, ‘good-looking; poet, philosopher.’ Tennessee It has US origin, but it has Creek and Cherokee words with unknown meaning Tennyson Middle English roots, ‘Dennis’ son,’ influenced from a poet Lord Tennyson Teri Another form of Terry, sometimes a Short form of Teresa/Theresa Terry Old German roots, ‘late summer,’ sometimes a Short form of Teresa/Theresa Tiernan Another form of Tierney, the Gaelic word used for ‘Lord.’ Tobin A Hebrew name means ‘God is good.’ Toby Short form of Tobias Toni Short form of Anthony, Antonio, and Anttoni Tony Anthony’s Short form and variation s Tori A version derived from Japanese (‘bird’), also a Short form of Victoria Tracy Taken from the Irish word ‘treasach’ signifying ‘war-like or ‘fighter.’ Trinity Latin roots, refers to the Holy Trinity in the Christian faith Tristan Of Celtic roots, ‘tumult; outcry,’ a character from Arthurian legend and the primitive tale Tristan and Isolde. True English roots, ‘real, genuine Tyler Old English origin, ‘one who makes tiles’, from the French ‘tieulier/tieuleor’ Umber French roots, ‘shade,’ painters use this reddish-brown colorant Val Diminutive for amazing names including Valerie, Valentino Valentine Derived from the Roman name Valentinus, it means ‘healthy, strong.’ Venice Latin roots, derived from the place name Venice Vick An alternate form of Victor/Victoria Wallace Of Old French roots, signifying ‘Welshman.’ Wesley Old English roots, ‘western meadow.’ West Old English, from ‘west.’ Weston Old English roots, ‘western town.’ Whitney Of Old English roots, ‘white island.’ Wilder Of German roots, for ‘hunter’ or ‘trapper.’ Windsor Old English roots, ‘riverbank with a winch,’ place name, and British royal family’s surname Wynn Of Old English roots, ‘friend,’ also a Welsh version, means ‘fair, white.’ Winter Old English, a season’s name Wisdom English roots, a quality name, signifying ‘intelligent person.’ Wren Old English roots, little brown songbird Wyatt From Old English, signifying ‘war strength.’ Zephyr Of Greek roots, signifying ‘west wind.’
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