Unisex or gender-neutral baby names have seen a strong growth in popularity over the past few years.

According to the baby names experts at Nameberry, the first wave of feminist parents back in the 1980s gave girls androgynous names like Morgan and Parker to make them more competitive with boys.

Over the years, as society breaks free of traditional stereotyping, unisex names have enjoyed a boom, and if you’d like to bestow a gender-neutral name on your offspring, there are plenty of beautiful options.

Here’s a list of Nameberry’s top 50 gender-neutral names for baby boys and girls …

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This article first appeared on Practical Parenting and has been republished with permission.