Most parents want to give their babies a cute unisex baby name that portrays their personality and allows her or him to have their own individuality. Zeroing down to the perfect baby name for your baby is daunting- especially when it will have the name for the rest of its life. The name, chosen by you, speaks a lot about you. You have the great responsibility to think of the right name since your baby cannot do it itself.
As your child grows older, it’s name will begin to reflect its personality. The name you have chosen will mean a lot to her or him interviewers who form their own opinion even before your child enters through the door. You could ask friends and family to suggest Unisex names, but your partner and you should make the final decision. Resist all pressure from relatives who would like to palm of names on you.
If you want the gender of your baby to be a surprise, this list is right for you. There are quite a few unisex names you will find interesting and perhaps had no idea they were used for either gender… Some of them are being used as middle names as well and most of them are variants forms of names. Take a look bellow and you will surely find the best unisex name for your baby!
Cute Unisex Baby Names
Abida: it is of Arabic origin and it means God’s worshiper.
Addison: it is of Old English origin and it means son of Adam. It is a common surname used as a first name.
Alexis: this name is of Greek origin. Its meaning is defender. Its variants forms are Alex, Alix.
Alpha: it is also of Greek origin and it is the first letter of the Greek alphabet. In the Book of Revelation, Jesus said ‘I am the alpha and omega’ meaning ‘I am the beginning and the end’.
Angel: another name of Greek origin, meaning messenger of God. It is derived from the Church name Angelus.
Ashley: it is of Old English origin and its meaning is ash meadow. It is used as a surname and a place name and there is its variant form Lee, meaning pasture of meadow.
Ashton: it is of Old English origin and it means ash tree town. It is a surname used as a first name.
Aubrey: this name is of Old German origin. It means elf or magical being, power. According to German mythology, Aubrey was the king of the elves. Avery, which is of Old English origin, can be found as a variant form of Aubrey. It means elf, magical counsel.
Beau: it is of French origin. It means handsome; admirer; sweetheart. It is a short form of the name Beauregard.
Billie: it is a variant of Bill (English origin) and William (Old German) and it means will helmet; protection.
Blithe: this name is a variant of Blythe. It is of Old English origin and it means blithe, cheerful, and carefree.
Brennan: it is of Irish and Gaelic origin, it means teardrop and is a variant of Brendan.
Cameron: it is of Scottish and Gaelic origin. It means crooked nose. It is a Highland’s clan name derived from facial features (from the Gaelic cam srόn). It possibly means crooked stream/ hill. It is the nickname of a valorous ancestor that later became the surname of one of the oldest clans in Scotland. Its variant form is Kameron.
Casey: it is also of Irish and Gaelic origin and its meaning is alert, watchful. From the male Gaelic name Cathasaigh, possibly short for Casimir. Its variant is Kasey.
Cassidy: it is of Irish, Welsh and Gaelic origin. It means curly-headed; ingenious; clever.
Charlie: it is of Old German origin and it means free man.
Christian: it is of Latin origin (Christianus) and it means follower of Christ. Chris is its variant.
Dakota: it is a Native American name and it means friend, ally. It is also a place name and a tribe name.
Darcy: it is of Irish and Gaelic origin and it means dark.
Dylan: it is of Welsh origin, a legendary Welsh hero and it means son of the sea.
Jordan: it is of Hebrew origin and it means down flowing. It is the name of the major river in Pakistan.
Kasi: it is of Hindi origin and Sanskrit and it means shining. Its variants are Kasee, Kasie, Kasey, Kassie.
Kelly: it is of Irish and Gaelic origin. Its meaning is strife, war. It is an anglicized form of the male name Ceallach, possibly meaning strife, bright-headed, church-monastery. Its variant is Kelley.
Kim: it is of English origin. It is a short form of Kimball or Kimberly. It is a common Korean surname and it means gold.
Lane: it is of Middle English origin and it means path, roadway. Its variants are Laine, Layne.
Lexus: it is of Latin origin and it means law. It is also the name of a sport car.
Mackenzie: it is of Irish and Gaelic origin and it means son of the wise ruler.
Mischa: it is a variant of Michael, which is Hebrew, and Misha, which is Russian and it means ‘who resembles God?’.
Paris: it is of Greek origin. According to Greek mythology, Paris was the king of Troy. His love affair with Helen caused the Trojan War.
Parker: it is of Old English origin and it means park keeper. It is an occupational name used as a surname.
Phoenix: this name is of Greek origin and it means dark red. It is also a mythical, Arabian bird that symbolizes immortality and the name of a city of Arizona.
Ricky: it is of Old German origin and it means powerful leader; peaceful ruler. It is a short form of Richard and Frederick.
Rory: it is of Irish and Gaelic origin meaning red King. It is a nickname for Roderick.
Sam: it is a nickname of Samuel or Samson, but it is also used as an independent name.
Shannon: it is of Gaelic origin and it means old, ancient. Its use as a given name started in this century. It is also the name of a river, a county and an airport in Ireland.
Shiloh: it is a Hebrew name and it means His gift and maybe peace. It is the prophetic name for the Messiah.
Taylor: it is of Middle English and Old French and it means tailor; to cut. It is an occupational name and has derived from the Norman French word taillier.
Torry: it is of Old Norse origin and it means Thor.
Vivian: it is of Latin origin meaning full of life. Its variant form is Vivien.
Whitney: it is of Old English origin and it means white island. It is also a place name and originally a surname used as a girl’s name in the 80’s.