Using a gender neutral name is already a distinctive choice, and becoming more common in current years. But maybe you want to take it one step further and choose a gender-neutral name that's less popular and more unique. These names don’t fit into a box when it comes to naming conventions of any kind. The most popular type of gender-neutral name is using a surname (last name) as a first name. The name Madison, for example, was one of the first surnames to rank at the top of the charts for girl names.
Here is a list of unique gender neutral baby names, curated by millions of BabyNames.com members. These names were highly rated by our members but not ranking in the top 100 for birth names in the United States.