Top 20 Unisex Names

Top 20 Unisex Names for 2013 | Stuck on You

Top 20 Unisex Names for 2013 

Top 20 Unisex Names for 2013 | Stuck on You

As we continue on our baby names theme (see our recent blog posts 6 Decades of Baby Names for Girls and Top 100 Baby Names in Australia) I stumbled upon this list on a website called Nameberry and had to share it. For lovers of names, lists of names or those looking for ideas for baby names, Nameberry is the mothership.

So, here is their Top 20 Unisex Names for 2013:

1Rowan – 37% female, 63% male

2

Quinn – 68 % female, 32% male

3Kai – 13% female, 87% male

4Sawyer – 17% female, 83% male

5 Charlie – 41% female, 59% male

6

Avery – 81% female, 19% male

7North**

8Finley – 66% female, 34% male

9Elliot – 17% female, 83% male

10Emery – 80% female, 20% male       

11Emerson – 61% female, 39% male

12Rory – 31% female, 69% male

13Riley – 59% female, 41% male

14Marlowe – 88% female, 12% male

15River – 36% female, 64% male

16Arden* — 74% female, 26% male

17Peyton – 68% female, 32%  male

18Remy – 46% female, 54% male

19Sage – 66% female, 34% male

20Ellis – 35% female, 65% male

 

The NameBerry website was created by Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz (co-authors of 10 books on baby names) and boasts a 50,000 name database developed over two decades. This list is based on the Top 20 Unisex Names for 2013 by ranking the unique page views each name attracts of over 20 million total views of baby name pages in 2013 on Nameberry.com. They define unisex names as ‘names given to less than 90 percent of either gender in the U.S.’

**All 13 babies named North on the 2012 US Social Security list were male, but most views of the name on the Nameberry site in 2013 were inspired by North, daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Does your child have a unisex name? Does it feature on this list?

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