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    Eden sounds like a girls name.
    I'd lean towards Aiden for a similar sounding name for a boy.

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    I like it for a girl

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    I love it for a girl, not so much for a boy.

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    I know of Eden as a more popular girls name but personally I prefer it as a boys name.

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    It might be popular as a girls name but historically I think it was more a boys name.

    If I was a boy I would've been Eden Albert. It's used all throughout my dads family and always a males name.

    Don't love or hate it either for a boy or girl.

    Don't like the spelling Edan tho

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    I like Eden. I only know one person named Eden - a guy. To me it's more of a boys name than a girls name.

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    I know 3 Edens, 2 boys and 1 girl. They are all under 8. I think of it as more of a girl name, but I do think it fits both of these boys. I don't like the spelling Edan.

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    I only know one Eden, it's a little boys middle name.
    In saying that, I think it's a really nice girls name too.
    What's the meaning though, my first thought is that I might be something to do with the Garden of Eden and sin? That's a complete guess though, and if name meanings aren't important to you then it wouldn't matter :-)

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    My son's name is Eden and there is nothing girly about him!

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    I know and Eden girl (considered it for my DD also) and an Edan boy.
    Both names suit them so well.choosing names is hard huh


 

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