*that*much, right?

Anyway, I've refined my method a bit more than last time, taking alternate spellings into account (well, trying to, anyway). I looked at the percentage of kids given each name rather than ranking or number of babies, since a) more boys tend to be given the top names each year, and b) more boys are born each year than girls for some reason. Anyway, enjoy!

The most unisex names that appear in the Top 2000 for both genders:

(only the top spelling for each gender is listed, however, all were taken into account)

**Merritt****Sonny**(b) /**Sunny**(g)**Salem****Layton**(b) /**Leighton**(g)**Rebel****Britton****Justice****Ever****Milan****Alexi****Perry****Storm****Armani****Lennon****Francis**(b) /**Frances**(g)**Anay**(b) /**Anai**(g)**Brylan**(b) /**Brilynn**(g)**Ocean****Palmer****Dakota**

Of course, even in the Top 2000, we're mostly still talking about names only given to about 100 kids (of each gender). Here are the most unisex names in both Top 1000s:

**Sonny**(b) /**Sunny**(g)**Layton**(b) /**Leighton**(g)**Justice****Milan****Armani****Lennon****Francis**(b) /**Frances**(g)**Brylan**(b) /**Brilynn**(g)**Dakota****Jasiah**(b) /**Jaziyah**(g)**Phoenix****Dominique****Landry****Jael****Kamari****Rene**(b) /**Renee**(g)**Oakley****Amari****Rhys**(b) /**Reese**(g)**Remy**(b) /**Remi**(g)

And just for funsies, here are all the unisex names in both Top 1000s, from most masculine to most feminine:

**Aiden**(b) /**Ayden**(g) - 81x more common for boys**Mason**- 54x more common for boys**Noah**(b) /**Noa**(g) - 52x more common for boys**Christian**- 49x more common for boys**Evan**- 35x more common for boys**Tyler**- 32x more common for boys**Hunter**- 31x more common for boys**Carter**- 22x more common for boys**Tristan**(b) /**Tristyn**(g) - 20x more common for boys**Kayden**- 19x more common for boys**Austin**(b) /**Austyn**(g) - 19x more common for boys**Alex**- 16x more common for boys**Logan**- 15x more common for boys**Bentley**- 14x more common for boys**Grayson**(b) /**Gracyn**(g) - 13x more common for boys**Jayden**- 13x more common for boys**Dylan**- 12x more common for boys**Camden**(b) /**Camdyn**(g) - 12x more common for boys**Adrian**(b) /**Adrienne**(g) - 11x more common for boys**Cody**(b) /**Kodi**(g) - 10x more common for boys**Blake**- 9x more common for boys**Ryan**- 8x more common for boys**Keegan**- 8x more common for boys**Kai**- 7x more common for boys**Lane**(b) /**Layne**(g) - 7x more common for boys**Carson**(b) /**Karsyn**(g) - 6x more common for boys**Ashton**(b) /**Ashtyn**(g) - 6x more common for boys**Micah**- 6x more common for boys**Devin**(b) /**Devyn**(g) - 5x more common for boys**Angel**- 5x more common for boys**Aaron**(b) /**Erin**(g) - 5x more common for boys**Drew**- 5x more common for boys**Zion**- 4x more common for boys**Parker**- 4x more common for boys**Sawyer**- 4x more common for boys**Jesse**(b) /**Jessie**(g) - 4x more common for boys**Elliot**- 4x more common for boys**Ali**- 4x more common for boys**Andy**(b) /**Andi**(g) - 3x more common for boys**Remington**- 3x more common for boys**Chandler**- 3x more common for boys**Kyrie**- 3x more common for boys**Colby**(b) /**Colbie**(g) - 3x more common for boys**Arian**(b) /**Ariane**(g) - 3x more common for boys**Cameron**(b) /**Kamryn**(g) - 3x more common for boys**Kylan**(b) /**Kylin**(g) - 3x more common for boys**Danny**(b) /**Dani**(g) - 2x more common for boys**Corey**(b) /**Kori**(g) - 2x more common for boys**Quincy**- 2x more common for boys**Ellis**- 2x more common for boys**Lennox**- 2x more common for boys**Dallas**- 2x more common for boys**Aven**- 2x more common for boys**Rylan**- 2x more common for boys**Daylen**(b) /**Daylin**(g) - 2x more common for boys**Jordan**(b) /**Jordyn**(g) - 2x more common for boys**Hayden**- 1.5x more common for boys**River**- 1.5x more common for boys**Rowan**- 1.5x more common for boys**Rory**- 1.5x more common for boys**Amari**- 1.5x more common for boys**Kamari**- 1.5x more common for boys**Dominique**- 1.5x more common for boys**Phoenix**- about even**Jasiah**(b) /**Jaziyah**(g) - about even**Francis**(b) /**Frances**(g) - about even**Lennon**- about even**Armani**- about even**Sonny**(b) /**Sunny**(g) - about even**Layton**(b) /**Leighton**(g) - about even**Justice**- about even**Milan**- about even**Brylan**(b) /**Brilynn**(g) - about even**Dakota**- about even**Landry**- 1.5x more common for girls**Jael**- 1.5x more common for girls**Rene**(b) /**Renee**(g) - 1.5x more common for girls**Oakley**- 1.5x more common for girls**Rhys**(b) /**Reese**(g) - 1.5x more common for girls**Remy**(b) /**Remi**(g) - 1.5x more common for girls**Finley**- 2x more common for girls**Sutton**- 2x more common for girls**Casey**- 2x more common for girls**Taran**(b) /**Taryn**(g) - 2x more common for girls**Taylen**(b) /**Taylin**(g) - 2x more common for girls**Tatum**- 2x more common for girls**Shea**- 2x more common for girls**Azariah**(b) /**Azaria**(g) - 2x more common for girls**Charlie**- 2x more common for girls**Emerson**- 2x more common for girls**Shiloh**- 3x more common for girls**Skyler**(b) /**Skylar**(g) - 3x more common for girls**Jamie**- 3x more common for girls**Quinn**- 3x more common for girls**Sage**- 3x more common for girls**Raylan**(b) /**Raelynn**(g) - 4x more common for girls**Peyton**- 4x more common for girls**Teagan**- 4x more common for girls**Riley**- 4x more common for girls**Lyric**- 4x more common for girls**Alexis**- 4x more common for girls**Eden**- 5x more common for girls**Emery**- 5x more common for girls**Avery**- 5x more common for girls**Taylor**- 5x more common for girls**Kendall**- 7x more common for girls**Morgan**- 9x more common for girls**Ariel**- 11x more common for girls**Marley**- 13x more common for girls**London**- 13x more common for girls**Sidney**(b) /**Sydney**(g) - 16x more common for girls**Reagan**- 17x more common for girls**Harper**- 24x more common for girls**Aryeh**(b) /**Aria**(g) - 32x more common for girls

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