Make-a-List Monday: Females with masculine names

This list is of missing girls and women with first names that are much more common among men. For whatever reason it’s more acceptable to give a girl a masculine name than a boy a feminine name. Nevertheless, there aren’t too many of these. I’ve decided to go by sound rather than spelling — i.e. including names like “Jeri” because it sounds identical to the far more common, and masculine, “Jerry.”

What constitutes a “masculine” name is, of course, entirely my subjective opinion. Part of it depends on what time period the person was born; what was considered a boy’s name in one generation might have become a girl’s name by the next generation. It’s also a matter of culture/country, too.

  1. Stevie Danielle Bates
  2. Jonne Ann Boe
  3. Jeri Anne Brommels
  4. Darrian H. Burdine
  5. Jimmie Lynn Caine
  6. MarkLenny Candelario
  7. Jonni Clemett
  8. Micky Colman
  9. Francis D. Crownover
  10. Dail Boxley Dinwiddie
  11. Tyler Lauren Domingue
  12. Frankie Lyvonne Duvall
  13. Willie Fay Elliot
  14. Terrill Suzanne Girard
  15. Billie Lynn Groff
  16. Frankie Darlene Horsley
  17. Frankie Viola Hurst
  18. Willie Mae Jackson
  19. Geri Johnson
  20. Noel Annette Marcotte
  21. Marlo Keolalani Moku
  22. Germaine Odius
  23. Dean Marie Peters
  24. Cory Marie Rubio
  25. Saunders Cloie Rymer
  26. Salum Nicole Satterwhite
  27. Eddy Segall
  28. Shawn Desiree Short
  29. Billie Jo Smith
  30. Jeffrey Lynn Smith
  31. Marcus Maxine Stalnaker
  32. Rae Meichelle Tener
  33. Tyler Marie Thomas
  34. Micki Jo West
  35. Jonnie Renee White
  36. Jerry Frances Yell
  37. Shaun Young