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Unisex Place Names

In days long gone by, when a baby boy was named Houston, it was meant as a tribute to Sam Houston, and that is also true of Stephen F. Austin. Nowadays, the names bring to the mind the cities that were named after the heroes of Texas. Both girls and boys are named after countries, states and cities, and some of these names have become unisex. In this list, we show you the names bestowed upon both girls and boys in the United States in 2012. You can also see which names are used more for girls than boys and vice versa.

Girls Boys
Aspen 601 57
Austin 84 6951
Berkeley 77 20
Berlin 72 7
Boston 49 481
Brighton 76 155
Bristol 714 6
Brooklyn 6728 62
Cairo 10 105
Camden 114 2583
Cayman 5 23
Chatham 6 9
Dakota 1032 934
Dallas 288 970
Dublin 15 22
Egypt 105 22
Guadalupe 785 115
Holland 173 40
Houston 6 214
Indiana 33 25
Israel 33 1436
Jersey 133 8
Jerusalem 7 5
Kenya 566 15
Laramie 18 10
Lexington 47 27
London 3179 482
Madison 11319 30
Memphis 58 302
Montana 87 46
Nevada 9 26
Paris 1174 87
Phoenix 507 783
Raleigh 107 81
Rome 10 89
Salem 84 68
Shiloh 443 164
Tennessee 16 11
Trinidad 5 29
Vegas 5 17
Venice 28 7

Source: U.S. Social Security Administration


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  1. Melissa says:

    I love it! I have never, EVER heard of children being names some of these names. But It helped me decide what Im going to name my baby…Egypt! I love it. I am so excited to have such a wonderful name for it!!!!!!!

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