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What first comes to mind when you hear Morgan Taylor R***?
Does it look more Boy-ish or girl-ish?
Boy for Morgan and boy for Taylor. But not "masculine"
These days, it is a very androgenous name.
ETA: I have only known boys with these names. I guess I did know one girl Taylor and one girl Morgan in high school ? but they were really b*tchy, so I try to forget.
I think of a girl, mostly because I've met more female Morgans than male. Morgan is a more feminine than masculine name to me. Taylor by itself, I think is a true unisex name because there's nothing about it that says "boy" or "girl" to me. I usually think 'boy' when I hear it, but I always second guess myself because it's not particularly masculine.
But the combination "Morgan Taylor" makes me think of a girl.
I think Morgan is a girl name