Would you choose any of these names?

These are the gender neutral baby names predicted to be most popular in 2020

Coming up with the perfect name for your bundle of joy can be tricky business, particularly when there’s so much choice.

If you are in need of some inspiration and want to narrow the list of potential options downs, baby clothing firm Jojo Maman Bebe has revealed the unisex baby names set to be hugely popular next year. Which of these gender neutral monikers would you go for?

With both Scottish and Irish origins, Rowan means little redhead - ideal for newborns with bright, flame-coloured hair

5. Rowan

With both Scottish and Irish origins, Rowan means little redhead - ideal for newborns with bright, flame-coloured hair
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Traditionally a boys name, Avery has grown in popularity as a girls name over the years and comes from the Old English for ruler of the elves

6. Avery

Traditionally a boys name, Avery has grown in popularity as a girls name over the years and comes from the Old English for ruler of the elves
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Ideal for babies born in the winter months, Robin is suited to both boys and girls

7. Robin

Ideal for babies born in the winter months, Robin is suited to both boys and girls
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This name has become more popular among girls in recent years and has the same meaning as Avery, meaning ruler of the elves

8. Aubrey

This name has become more popular among girls in recent years and has the same meaning as Avery, meaning ruler of the elves
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