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Most popular unisex names in week 1 of February 2018

Unisex Baby Names
Find all the most popular unisex baby names in Australia for Week 1, February, 2018. Choosing a name for your new baby can be easy, if of course the new mum and dad to be can agree on the baby name in the first place. If not, Huggies has compiled a list of the top 100 baby unisex names for Week 1, February, 2018 so you can see what's popular and what's not. If you are not sure what sex your new baby is then we suggest checking out our popular baby girls names page and our popular baby boys names page. We have lists of the popular baby names from the past few years, and lists of the top 100 baby names of all time. Once you have found your favourite popular baby name then then join Huggies to share your baby name lists with friends and family.

Week 1 of february 2018's most popular unisex names

Gender Name List Origin
unisex Brinly English
unisex Drew Greek, German, English, Old French
unisex Fionn Irish
unisex Gaile Irish, English
unisex Willow English
unisex Ainsley English, Scottish
unisex Akia African
unisex Al English
unisex Alex Greek, English
unisex Areli Hebrew
unisex Asa Japanese
unisex Bailey French, English
unisex Baylee English
unisex Cacey Irish
unisex Cam English, Old English, Scottish, Vietnamese
unisex Charlie French, English
unisex Crescent English
unisex Evelyn French, Hebrew, Celtic
unisex Ezra Hebrew
unisex Gail Hebrew, English
unisex Gili Hebrew
unisex Hadleigh English
unisex Iva Hebrew, Japanese
unisex Jane Hebrew, English
unisex Kendall Celtic, English
unisex Kim English, Anglo Saxon
unisex Lesley Celtic
unisex Madison German, English, Old English
unisex Paige French, Old English
unisex Reuben Latin, French, Hebrew
unisex Shalom Hebrew
unisex Shandy Irish, English, Old English
unisex Susi Hebrew
unisex Than Greek, Vietnamese
unisex Winifred Teutonic, Old English