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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Robin x, Sep 20, 2017.

  1. Robin x

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    So I've been trying to think of names that I'd like! I want them to be gender neutral (But I don't mind a little more feminine) and sound similar to mine (Rebecca/Becky), so that I can just consider it a nickname, because I'm still not so sure on fully changing my name.. So far the only thing I've been able to think of is Bee :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: So yeah.. Just hoping for a little help/suggestions <3
     
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    I don't know how it is in England, but some gender neutral names here where I live are Kelly, Ashley, Leslie, Joe/Jo, Gabriel, Robin, and Morgan. Any of those help?
     
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    How about Beck? It can be considered feminine or masculine and would work as a nickname.
     
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    I have a guy in my community named Kelli...
     
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    Kiel? Kyle?
     
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    Rivy maybe? Kiba, Rev, Beak, Beaky, Robby(Robbi, Robbie, Robbee), Becker, Brex, Reka.... none of that is probably helpful but hey I tried xD
     
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    Seconding Beck; although it sounds masculine to me, I wouldn't bat an eye if a girl was named this either. Beckie (as opposed to spelling it "Becky") reads as more unisex to me, although it sounds quite feminine.

    Some unisex names I've seen in my own area (US)... Jamie, Jessie, Kelly/Kellie, Nicky, Blair/Blaire, Taylor, Ron/Ronnie, René/Renée (masc/fem spelling respectively, although most English-speaking folks will probably read either as feminine), Bailey, Brady/Braidy, Ray (usually a guy's name but I know a girl who goes by this as a nickname).

    Many "noun" names are also unisex, such as Rain/Raine, Briar, Brook/Brooke, Rowan, Wren, etc... "Bee" would probably fall in this category.
     
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    Beckett, kind of like Rebecca and Becky but I've seen both boys and girls with it and it sounds great either way:slight_smile:
     
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    Thanks everyone ^~^ This really helps!
     
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    Bex? Its kind of unique and I know of a girl who goes by it (so it isn't unheard of) and it's still gender neutral