View Poll Results: WDYT?

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    29 80.56%
  • Both

    4 11.11%
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    I don't know of anyone named Eden, but I would say feminine

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    Feminine.

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    I have always loved the name Eden for a little girl and I have a friend on Facebook who named her daughter Eden but my 70 year old father in laws name is also Eden, I had never heard a male with that name before I met him.

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    Both.

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    I have always seen it as a feminine name

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    Feminine.

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    Feminine

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    So interesting that so many think of it as feminine. Apparently it has masculine origins but is more common as a girls name nowadays. I only ever knew a male Eden most of my life so only ever thought of it as masculine. It's number 1 on my boys name list.

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    Both. It's a lovely name either way.
    I would give a very "boy" name as the middle just in case though.

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    Eden was on our girls list, however I also know of a boy named Edan

    So I vote it's both!


 

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