We all know that a lot of research goes into choosing a name for your baby. Let's be honest, the baby-naming process can be fun, but there is such an overwhelming number of options out there, that picking the perfect name for your little one can make you a bit bonkers. On top of that, you may not even want to know whether you're having a little boy or a girl. In that case, you may end up having to make two lists, which is what happened to me: One list for baby boy names, and another list for baby girl names. That's a lot of work!

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The good news is that it doesn't have to be so stressful. These days, many parents are choosing unisex names that work perfectly well for both girls and boys. Unisex baby names are gender-neutral names, or those used indistinctly for boys or girls. Plus today, it is all the rave to be creative and pick a name that is original and not necessarily indicative of your baby's gender.

So, if you are open to considering a unisex name for your baby, you need to look no further! To inspire you, we've rounded up 40 unique and beautiful unisex names for your little one. Many of the names have Basque, Spanish or Latin origins. From Ángel to Zuri, we hope you find a name that justs clicks with you. Happy searching!

Alex 1

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Of Greek origin and diminutive of "Alejandro" or "Alejandra," it means "the defender."
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Alexis 2

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This is a lovely variation of the name Alex.

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Amaru 3

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This beautiful name means "infinite" in Quechua, the mother tongue of the Incas.

Andrea 4

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My beautiful niece shares this name with the famous Andrea Bocelli. Lovely, isn't it?

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Ángel 5

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A perfect name for your little angel, whether boy or girl!

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Aran 6

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Of Basque origin, this unique name means “valley.”

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Ariel 7

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This name became super famous after The Little Mermaid movie came out. It means "God’s lion" in Hebrew.

Blai 8

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Pronounced BL-AY, this unique name is predominantly used in the Catalán language.

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Brais 9

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Of Galician origin, this is a unique and beautiful name.

Concepción 10

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Our sister site, Baby Name Wizard, lists this name as of Spanish origin, honoring the Immaculate Conception of Mary, whose feast day is December 8.

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Cruz 11

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Known also as a surname, this unisex name honors the Holy Cross.

Dani 12

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Diminutive of Danielle, this name is used for boys and girls in Latin America.

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Eider 13

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You can't go wrong with this name of Basque origin; it literally means "beautiful."

Fran 14

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This one is short and sweet. It derives from Francisco or Francisca.

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Francis 15

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Of Spanish origin, it means "free man" or "free woman."

Gael 16

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This is one of my favorites, and it's a perfect unisex name of French origin.

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Guadalupe 17

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Baby Name Wizard lists this name as of Spanish origin meaning "valley of the wolf." But, of course, it's also the name of the most celebrated Virgin in Mexico, La Virgen de Guadalupe.

Jade 18

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Derived from the Spanish language, it alludes to the beautiful green semi-precious stone.

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Jamie 19

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Of Hebrew origin, this is a lovely name for a girl or a boy.

Julián 20

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This is another favorite; it's of Latin origin, meaning "youthful."

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Lamar 21

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Beautiful name that derives from Latin, and it means "of the ocean."

Lucian 22

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Also from Latin origin, it derives from the name Luciano or Luciana, and it means "born in the light of day."

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Luján 23

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This name is definitely unique. It has Latin roots and it is also the name of a gorgeous town in the region of Aragón in Northern Spain.

Marlon 24

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I love this name! It is of Latin origin, and it derives from the name Marion, and also from the name Maria.

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Milán 25

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In Hindu, it means "union." You can't go wrong with a meaningful name like this.

Morgan 26

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Baby Name Wizard indicates this name has Old Welsh roots, and it means "circling the sea."

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Neftalí 27

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Gorgeous name that means "my struggle, my strife" in Hebrew.

Palmer 28

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Derived from "palma" in Latin, it means "palm tree."

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Pau 29

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In Catalán, this name is a variant for Pablo or Paula.

Paz 30

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This is a beautiful name. From the Latin word "pax," and it means "peace." 

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René 31

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Meaning "born again," this name is of Latin origin.

Reyes 32

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This is definitely a royal name. Maybe more popular as a girl's name, but it also works for boys.

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Rory 33

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Another name that is short and sweet. You could also go with the longer name of Verónica, if it's for a girl.

Rosario 34

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According to Baby Name Wizard, the nickname for Rosario is "Chayo."

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Santana 35

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According to Baby Name Wizard, this very cool name peaked in popularity in 2006.

Santos 36

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Of Latin origin, this name means holy.

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Sol 37

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This Spanish name means "sun."

Trinidad 38

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This unisex name is of Spanish origin, and it means "three, triad, holy trinity."

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Yeray 39

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This name hails from the Canary Islands, and it means "the biggest and strongest of the tribe."

Zuri 40

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Of Basque origin, it means "white."

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