Unisex baby names have been around for many years but it is definitely becoming more popular! Here is our pick of the top 100 Gender Neutral Baby Names.
Ok so when you think of Charlie either Charlie Sheen on Charlie Hunnam comes in to mind? But Charlie has become a very popular girl's name in recent years and base on popularity, it is our number 1 pick of gender neutral names!
Our first runner up is Reese, an anglicised spelling of the Welsh name Rhys according to Wiki. Equally popular for both boys and girls, although thanks to Reese Witherspoon has made it particularly loved for girls.
Looking around the internet... Oakley is pretty divided, some say it's origin is a girl's name, some say it started as a boy's name. The common thread though is that it is a considered a unisex name in most countries.
Ash's been around for a long time and popular for both male and female. Often used as a nickname to Ashley, but now used as a stand alone name.
Drew is often a short form of Andrew as a male name but Drew is pretty gender neutral in its popularity. The most famous Drew that pops into mind is Drew Barrymoore the actress, Drew Lynch the comedian or Drew Scot the Lifestyle TV Show Host.
Jayden has grown it's popularity in the past 10 years or so. Famous Jayden includes Jayden Sierra the singer, Jayden Bartels the actress and Jayden Hunt the footballer,
Billie has been popular for many years. A pretty classic unisex name, although most famous Billie that comes in mind are female like Billie Piper and Billie Eilish. Famous male Billie includes Billie Armstrong the rock star.
Oh I do love Frankie as a name, I think of elegance and class. Famous Frankie includes Pop singers Frankie Valli or Frankie Sandford.
Thanks to Indiana Jones the movie character, you might associate Indiana as quite a manly name. But Indiana is quite often used as a female name such as famous singer Indiana Massara or the TV Actress Indiana Evans.
Oh Harper. A personal favourite. Traditionally used more as a boy's name but in recent years it has climbed up in girl's name popularity. Maybe due to David and Victoria Beckham naming their daughter Harper in 2011.
The Rest of the Top 100 Unisex Baby Names!