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Middle Name for Baby Girl Ezra

We are considering the name Ezra for a baby girl. We know it’s traditionally a boy’s name, but we are in love with it. Please leave suggestions for a middle name and keep the comments positive. Thank you! 

Re: Middle Name for Baby Girl Ezra

  • mb0112mb0112 member
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    I’d make sure the middle name is clearly female and doesn’t end in A.

    Ezra Claire
    Ezra June
    Ezra Louise
    Ezra Penelope
    Ezra Ruby
    Ezra Catherine
    Ezra Annabelle 
    Ezra Elizabeth 
  • morgannolan93morgannolan93 member
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    edited April 2
  • Ezra Christina
  • When we were considered it for a gender neutral option we really liked Ezra Marin
  • When we were considered it for a gender neutral option we really liked Ezra Marin
    Sorry, but It is not gender neutral.
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  • So, quick question can you now slap any boys name on a girl and make that name gender neutral? What. Is. Happening.
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  • saham07saham07 member
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    Esme Claire
  • harpseal135harpseal135 member
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    edited April 6
    So, quick question can you now slap any boys name on a girl and make that name gender neutral? What. Is. Happening.
    When talking to someone about putting boy names on girls (she wanted to name her baby girl Zeke Addison), I asked that same question, I got this response:  "there is nothing wrong with masculinizing girls, but to feminize boys degrades them." I rolled my eyes and laughed. 


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  • So, quick question can you now slap any boys name on a girl and make that name gender neutral? What. Is. Happening.
    When talking to someone about putting boy names on girls (she wanted to name her baby girl Zeke Addison), I asked that same question, I got this response:  "there is nothing wrong with masculinizing girls, but to feminize boys degrades them." I rolled my eyes and laughed. 


    That makes me so stabby.
  • How about Ezra Jo or Ezra Jane. 
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  • A friend of mine is called Esra, which is a feminine name in countries like Turkey. I think it's a beautiful name :) 

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  • I think Ezra is such a beautiful name that it makes complete sense for it to be used as a girl's name.

    Ezra Ariel (Ariel was a messenger sent by Ezra in the Bible)
    Ezra Rachel 
    Ezra Grace

    Ezra Abigail

     

  •  :s The "gender neutral" comment is such crap.
    Anytime someone wants justification for slapping a masculine name on a female so that they can be trendy and cool, they use gender neutral...


    harpseal135
  • k_mama91k_mama91 member
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    edited April 14
    Geez rough crowd ☝️ Pretty much all the comments were hateful. If OP is set on Ezra for DD I would go with Ezra Claire or Ezra Grace to give it a girly flare. 
  • Ashly, Aubrey, Courtney, Leslie, Kelsey, Stacey, Whitney, all used to be boy names.
    mamabearcjk_mama91
  • @captainanna So did Meredith, Allison, Beverly, and Carol. That doesn’t mean that I’d want to walk around with a traditionally male name. Would you mind if your name was Ezra, (and since other names are being brought into this) Rufus, Greg, or Simon? I guess you’d eventually learn how to deal with it but geez, why would you give your kid something to have to deal with, being a kid is hard enough.
    harpseal135mamabearcj
  • k_mama91 said:
    Geez rough crowd ☝️ Pretty much all the comments were hateful. If OP is set on Ezra for DD I would go with Ezra Claire or Ezra Grace to give it a girly flare. 
    ...so it needs a girly MN because...it’s too masculine? So by itself, Ezra isn’t a girls’ name? Kinda looks like you are illustrating the opinion of the majority here without trying to. 

    Also, a “girly” MN doesn’t mean anything when most people don’t go by “FN MN”. 

    We aren’t being hateful. Only truthful. Sometimes the truth hurts. 
    harpseal135
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