Unisex Baby Names are names that can be given to either a baby boy or baby girl
Another rising trend is a move away from specifically gendered names and into the world of unisex titles. We’ve decided to bring both of those trends together in this list and created a list of 100 unique unisex baby names!
Originating from a surname, Ainsley is a distinctly Scottish name without a gender bias.
If you’re a fan of Australia’s tropical coast, this name will suit your baby down to its sandy toes.
It might sound like a girls name, but no man personified the name Angel like our favourite man from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
An English surname that may originate from the Celtic word for ‘high’.
A name of unknown meaning, this moniker has been wildly accepted the the world of celebrities, and is making its way, very slowly, into the mainstream.
A slightly less masculine version of the traditional Aaron, this name is ideal for those who just want a toe out of the box.
Month names have always been in and out of popularity, but August in particular has seen a surge of late, although it remains rare.
A name that may have links to Augustine, but is today more associated with the city, Austin remains an unusual and rare name in Australia.
Thought to mean ‘yellow’ in Gaelic, this is a name that would suit any golden-haired baby.
Coming from a Scottish surname meaning ‘field’, this might seem like a masculine name, but as we know from Gossip Girl, that is not the case.
This mindful name harks back to the tree that Buddha sat under to gain enlightenment.
An unusual twist on Brady, this unisex names comes originally from an Irish surname.
Another Irish surname, and variant of Brody, this title was a place name that may have meant ‘ditch’.