This is my 4th post today (I’m starting to pick out names) I think I pretty much have my lists down for each gender, which I will post in a few days or so. I just need opinions for [name]Sage[/name].
I’m really fond of [name]Sage[/name] for a boy, what do you berries think?

I love how it has the same vibe and sound of [name]Serge[/name] and [name]Gauge[/name] but isn’t as masculine. I love nature related names as well.

Thoughts on [name]Sage[/name]? I would pair it with a more masculine middle.

[name]LOVE[/name] [name]Sage[/name] for a boy. I also quite like nature names, and this is a good one.

[name]Sage[/name] has been on my list for a boy for a long time

I love it a lot! I know a male [name]Sage[/name] and I can’t imagine it on a girl for the same reasons you like it. It sounds like a lot of other boy names. I love it.

I love [name]Sage[/name] for a boy. A family member of mine used this name so I couldn’t even consider it, but it’s a great name!!

I love [name]Sage[/name] for a boy. It’s actually at the top of my list. I tend to like it better in the middle – [name]Noble[/name] [name]Sage[/name] is one of the names on my list. I think [name]Sage[/name] is great!

I do love [name]Sage[/name] but admit I have always thought of it as a girls name/more feminine but I think it works great for a boy now too - especially paired with a distinctly masculine name!

I love [name]Sage[/name] for both genders. It’s unisex but leans masculine. It’s higher on my girl list only because there aren’t many girl names I like

We just named our second son [name]Sage[/name] [name]Thaxter[/name]. He’s brother to [name]Thomas[/name] “[name]Rhodes[/name]”. Like [name]Rhodes[/name], I think [name]Sage[/name] has the distinction of being unique without being trendy, which was important to us. My husband is Greek, so we also look for non-god names that honor his heritage.

I only know a little girl [name]Sage[/name], so it’s a feminine name in my mind.

I like [name]Sage[/name] for a boy (see sig) but I tend to see it more in the MN spot, like [name]Theodore[/name] [name]Sage[/name] or something.

I personally think its a boys name and not feminine at all, but most would concede its unisex.

[name]Sage[/name] [name]August[/name]
[name]Sage[/name] [name]William[/name] (love)
[name]Sage[/name] [name]Maximus[/name]
[name]Sage[/name] [name]Theo[/name]

I like [name]Sage[/name] for a boy! More masculine than [name]Paige[/name], but more natural, too. I know of a little boy named [name]Sage[/name] [name]Adam[/name] (not sure of [name]Sage[/name]'s spelling, though), so it’s firmly masculine for me, although I know not everyone feels that way.

I actually love it on a boy. On a girl it makes my skin itch, literally. I think of itchy plants when I hear it on a girl.
But on a boy it sounds great.

I just think of steaks when I hear it, so that’s masculine.
To me it sounds more feminine because of [name]Paige[/name], but I think a guy can pull it off.
I do love the meaning of ‘wise’. : D.

I really like it on either gender. I would be delighted to meet a little boy named [name]Sage[/name].

I like it more for a boys name.

But I can see it used for a girls middle name. Only because I had the combo: Chloé [name]Sage[/name]–blooming with wisdom.

I only know one [name]Sage[/name] & she is a girl, so I also think of it as feminine.

Me too… but I can see how it works as a unisex name. I think I’d prefer it as a mn. That said I’m a little more traditional with my fn choices so I might not be the guide for a name like [name]Sage[/name] as a fn.

Oh yeah FYI: When I hear [name]Sage[/name] I think of a wise person. Usually in Druid robes. In Germany [name]Sage[/name] = Myth/[name]Legend[/name].

The only Sages I know are girls, so I think it’s feminine.