Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Addison

Son of Adam

English

Adrian

From Hadria

Latin

Ainsley

Solitary clearing

Scottish

Alex
Alexis

Defender

Greek

Andy

Manly, virile

Greek

Angel

Heavenly messenger

Greek

Arden

Great forest

Latin

Ari

Brings rain

Arabic

Ariel

Lion of God

Hebrew

Arizona

Small spring

American

Armani

From the house of Armand

African

Ashley

Ash tree meadow

English

Ashton

Ash tree town

English

Aubrey

Elf ruler

English

Auden

Half Danish

English

Austin

Great

English

Avery

Elf counsel

English

Azariah

Helped by God

Hebrew

Bailey

Bailiff

English

Bellamy

Beautiful friend

French

Berkley

Birch tree meadow

Scottish

Beryl

Light green semiprecious gemstone

Greek

Billie

A feminine diminutive of William.

English

Blade

Knife or sword

English

Blair

Plain, field

Scottish

Blake

Black or pale

English

Blane

Yellow

Irish

Blaze

Lisp, stutter

Latin

Blue

The Color

American

Bobbi

Foreign woman

Latin

Bodie

Messenger

German

Brady

Descendant of Br?ch

Irish

Brett

From Britanny or Britain

Latin

Briar

Thorny bush of wild roses, brambles

English

Brooklyn

Broken land

English

Bryn

Hill, mount

Welsh

Caden

Fighter

American

Cadence

With rhythm

Latin

Cameron

Crooked nose

Scottish

Campbell

Crooked mouth

Scottish

Carey

Love

Gaelic

Carrington

Charles's town

English

Carter

Driver of a Cart

English

Casey

Alert, watchful

Irish

Cassidy

Curly haired

Irish

Chandler

Candle maker

French

Charlie

Free man

English

Chasen

Hunter

American

Cheyenne

Unintelligible speakers

Native American

Cody

Descendant of Cuidighthigh

Irish

Cole

People of victory

Greek

Collins

Holly

Irish

Courtney

Domain of Curtius

French

Dakota

Friend and ally

Native American

Dallas

From the dales, the valley meadows

Scottish

Dana

From Denmark

English

Denver

From the passage of the Danes

American

Devin

Poet

Irish

Dominique

Lord

Latin

Drew

Scottish

Dylan

Great tide

Welsh

Ellis

The Lord is My God

English

Ellison
Emerson

English

Emery

Home strength

German

Evan

Good news

Greek

Evelyn

Desired one

English

Everly

From the boar meadow

English

Finley

Fair warrior

Scottish

Frankie

From France

Latin

Genesis

The beginning

Greek

Gentry

Nobility of birth

English

Greer

Watchful

Scottish

Grey

Grey-haired

English

Harley

Hare meadow

English

Harlow

Rock hill

English

Harper

Harp Player

English

Haven

Safe place

English

Hayden

Hay valley

English

Henley

High field

English

Hollis

Near the holly bushes

English

Hunter

English

Indiana

From India

Latin

Indigo

Blue-purple color

English

Jackie
James

“The supplanter”

Spanish

Jamie

He who supplants

Hebrew

Jax

Son of Jack

American

Jayden

Precious stone

English

Jean

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jessie

He sees

Hebrew

Jett

Black

English

Jo

A diminutive form of Josephine.

American

Jody
Jordan

To descend

Hebrew

Journey

Traveling to another place

English

Jude

From Judaea

English

Jules

Youthful, Downy

French

Justice
Kai

The sea

Polynesian

Kamdyn

Valley.

Scottish

Karson

Scottish

Keaton

Hawk's Town

English

Keegan

Descendant of the fiery one

Irish

Kelly

Descendant of Ceallach

Irish

Kelsey

Cenel's island

English

Kendall

The Kent river valley

English

Kennedy

Helmeted head

Irish

Kieran

Dark

Irish

Kyler

Church, Monk's Cell

German

Landry

Land ruler

English

Lane

English

Lark

English

Leighton

From the town by the Meadow

English

Lennon

Dear one

Irish

Leslie

Holly garden

Scottish

Lindsey

Lincoln's marsh; island of linden trees

English

Logan

Little hollow

Scottish

London

From the great river

English

Lyndon

From the flax hill

English

Mackenzie

Son of Coinneach

Scottish

Madison

Son of Maud

English

Marin
Marion

A variant form, through the French, of Mary.

French

Marley

Boundary wood

English

Marlow
Marty

Lady; mistress of the house; dedicated to Mars

Latin

Mason

Stoneworker

English

Max

Greatest

Latin

Michele

Who resembles God?

Hebrew

Mickey

Who is like God?

American

Mikey

Who is like the lord?

English

Monroe

From the Hill

Irish

Montana

Mountain

Latin

Morgan

Circling sea

Welsh

Murphy

Descendant of sea warrior

Irish

Nevada

Snow

Latin

Nico

People of victory

Greek

Noel

Christmas

French

Oakley

From the oak tree field

English

Ocean
Ollie

Olive tree

Latin

Onyx

Precious gemstone

Latin

Parker

Keeper of the park

English

Pat

A diminutive form of Martha and Patricia.

Peace

English

Perry

Pear tree

French

Peyton

From Pacca's town

English

Phoenix

Dark red

Greek

Presley

Priest clearing

English

Quincy

Counsel; estate of the fifth son

Irish

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Rain

English

Raleigh

Roe deer's meadow

English

Ramsey

Raven island; ram island

English

Reagan

Descendent of Riagan

Irish

Reed

Red-haired

English

Reese

Enthusiasm

Welsh

Reign

Rule, Sovereign

English

Remington

Settlement by the stream

English

Remy

From Rheims

French

Ricky

Forever or alone, ruler; peaceful ruler

Scandinavian

Ridley

Reed Clearing

English

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

River

Flowing body of water

English

Robin

A short variant form of Roberta.

German

Romy

Latin

Rory

Dawn

Latin

Rowan

Of the rowan tree

Gaelic

Royal

Of the King

English

Ryan

Little king

Irish

Sage

Sage plant

English

Sam

English

Sasha

A short variant form, regarded as Russian, of Alexandra.

Russian

Sawyer

Wood Cutter

English

Scout

To listen

French

Shae

Admirable

Gaelic

Shannon

Old, ancient

Gaelic

Shaun

English

Shelby

Willow grove

English

Shiloh

His gift

Hebrew

Silver
Skylar

Noble scholar

English

Sloan

Man of arms, warrior

Irish

Sparrow

Small bird in the Finch family

English

Spencer

Provider

English

Stevie

Crown, garland

Greek

Storm

Storm

English

Story

Tale

American

Sutton

From the south town

English

Sydney

Wide island

English

Tatum

Tata's homestead

English

Taylor

Tailor

English

Tony

Latin

Tyler

A worker in roof tiles

English

Vesper

Evening star

Latin

Wesley

From the west field

English

Whitney

White island

English

Willie

Will helmet, protection

German

Winter

Winter season

English

Yael

Mountain goat

Hebrew

Zephyr

West wind

Greek

Zion

Israel

Hebrew

Loved for their flexibility, gender neutral names for girls (also known as unisex names) are more popular than ever. From presidential picks Reagan and Kennedy to the classic Wesley and Drew, it seems like more and more names are gravitating into the category, giving every naming style a chance to tap into the fun. Let’s run down some noteworthy unisex names for girls, shall we?

The top of the charts are ruled by unisex girl names today, with Harper, Avery, and Aubrey just the tip of the iceberg. Due to their popularity, these names may lean more female than male, but this varies by location. Mason and Logan are catching on in some areas, while they trend male in others. A nice middle ground would be names a little lower on the charts for each, like Hayden or Emerson. These are well-known but tend to stick in the more neutral area rather than leaning one way or the other.

While it may seem like gender neutral names for girls have only dominated the charts in recent years, if you look closer, you’ll see the trend in every generation. In the mid-20th century, there were vintage darlings like Bobbi and Billie, but before that, there were Marion and Evelyn. With both vintage girl names and gender neutral names in style today, this opens up room for Mickey and Ollie, two nickname-esque choices that fit each trend beautifully.

Nature names and word names are a great source of gender neutral names for girls. There are water-themed beauties like River and Ocean, and animal names like Robin and Lark. You could try out the fast-rising Reign and Royalty, or turn to the heavens with the sweet Angel.

Gender neutral names for girls will continue to rock the charts, and we’re excited to see which will rise next.