Unisex Baby names

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Quiz by Esthy
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Last updated: June 27, 2013
First submittedJune 27, 2013
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Amari
 
Angel
 
Ashton
 
Dominique
 
Jaime
 
Ariel
 
Aiden
 
Aubrey
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Drew
 
Elliot
 
Kyle
 
Cameron
 
Jean
 
Kelly
 
Mackenzie
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Level 38
Jul 7, 2013
Avery, Alex, Jordan, Charlie?
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Level 35
Jul 17, 2013
Casey, Corey, Taylor, Riley, Sam(uel/antha), Max(well/amillion/ine), Ashley, Jack(queline/son), Chris(tina/tine/topher) Those are all the ones I went for
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Level 20
Jul 17, 2013
robin, sam, lee, alex, charlie, casey, taylor, shannon.
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Level 44
Oct 12, 2013
Is this based on any statistics - like popularity for a certain year - or is it just a random list that someone made up? I thought of so many more that weren't on the list - modern names like Taylor, Hunter, Jordan, Logan, Sidney, Bailey, Morgan, Madison, Riley; as well as older names like Leslie, Shannon, Tracy, Stacy, Terry, and some shortened names, like Jo/Joe or Chris. I managed to finally get Jean and Angel at the last minute - or I would have scored a 0
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Level 17
Feb 17, 2014
what on god's green earth is this quiz based on? these are the most arbitrary, rare, and even one-gendered names i've ever heard. how about names like sam, jesse, chris, fran, gerry, casey, bobby? i would like to know the percentage of babies that are male "mackenzie"s? and only hispanic people name their sons "ariel", very hard for others to guess. thanks for the effort, though!
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Level 57
Jun 26, 2014
This quiz is beyond ridiculous. Some of those (Kyle, Elliot) are just boy names that it's become trendy to give to girls.