Hm. A tough one! Personally, of yours, I think [name]Sawyer[/name] and [name]Finley[/name] can cross the gender gap pretty well, though I like [name]Finn[/name] for a boy and not for a girl - a female [name]Finley[/name] would always be [name]Finley[/name] to me. [name]Sawyer[/name], I really like for a girl, though! [name]Lennox[/name] is a tough one because [name]Leni[/name] - as in [name]Heidi[/name] Klum’s [name]Helene[/name] “[name]Leni[/name]” - seems youthful, feminine, and sassy to me, though [name]Lennox[/name] is so strong and masculine. So, I’ll call that one a boy name for me.
So, what would I use on a boy? [name]Cameron[/name]. Yep, that one could go either way; I think it is suitable for a boy just as much as a girl. The last couple [name]Drew[/name]'s I’ve met have been girls, and, alone, I think it’s fine for a girl - [name]Andrew[/name] is preferable for a boy, though, with [name]Drew[/name] being a nickname to me. [name]Eliot[/name], though it wouldn’t be my first choice for a girl, seems like it is crossing that gender gap pretty well. [name]Peyton[/name]'s an iffy one for me - I like the sound of it for a girl, but then [name]Peyton[/name] [name]Manning[/name] is so popular that it seems rather masculine, so I say that one’s good on both genders. [name]Quinn[/name] is another that bridges that gap very well - I adore it for a girl, but I could see it on a boy, too, for sure! [name]Rory[/name] is definitely one that crosses gender boundaries - again, I prefer it slightly for a girl, but I definitely like it on a boy, too. [name]Mackenzie[/name] is a unisex name that I really think sounds neat when applied to a boy, especially with the semi-preppy [name]Mac[/name] nickname…
What would I only use for girls? Well, I suppose place names like [name]Bristol[/name] and [name]Brighton[/name] could be construed as unisex, but they are female for me. [name]Delaney[/name] is all-girl, too. [name]Ellis[/name] and [name]Hollis[/name] are girl, but [name]Ferris[/name] (thanks to Mister [name]Bueller[/name]) is boy. [name]Harper[/name] and [name]Hayden[/name] are girls, even though [name]Hayden[/name] Christensen is a fine example of a male [name]Hayden[/name]. [name]Morgan[/name], even though the last one I met was a boy, is just more appropriate for a girl in my book, too.