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MrsWindyCity:Boy name, 100%.
I'd prefer it for a boy, but the SSA data says actual usage is moving in the unisex direction.
In 2011, there were 2,585 boys named Elliott/Elliot/Eliot, etc. and 635 girls, for a ratio of about 4:1 in favor of boys.
WAMOM:Boy. I hate it on a girl.
bartkj03:We are the oddballs and using it for a girls name! We are going to spell it Elliotte! :)
IRL? Boy name.
On "Scrubs" it's a girls name.
bartkj03:We are the oddballs and using it for a girls name!nbsp; We are going to spell it Elliotte!nbsp; :
Blondangel: WAMOM:Boy. I hate it on a girl.
Renee1105: Blondangel: WAMOM:Boy. I hate it on a girl.
Another to this.
kagjag:Boy name to me. Bizarre for s girl. Right up there with Maxwell for a girl. Totally does not make sense.
For me there's no such thing as a name that's only for boys. :)
tattedlaura:Unisex. Mostly because I'm a HUGE Scrubs fan and I personally now a little girl Elliott and it suits her.
I totally don't understand this line of reasoning. The character on Scrubs hated her name. Her parents wanted a boy, that's why they named her that. So basically even she (and her parents) realize it's not a unisex name.
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