Neutral names starting with I
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An alphabetical list of neutral names starting with I, continued from the names page, which see for more information. These are neutral-gender names, otherwise known as unisex names. They are equally appropriate for girls, boys, and people of any gender. Nonbinary people don't have to have neutral names, and many notable nonbinary people have names that are usually either masculine or feminine. Neutral names can help make it safer for people to explore their gender expressions. In English-speaking countries, some of the most familiar gender-neutral names starting with I include Ickett and Izzy. However, there are many more unisex names from around the world that start with I, more than 50 of them, as listed below. Previous page: neutral names starting with H. Next page: neutral names starting with J.
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Ibis. Latin. Meaning "Long-legged bird." Keywords: animals, birds, nature, two syllables
Ickett. American, modern. A created name with no meaning. Keywords: modern, two syllables
Icnoyotl. Aztecan, Nahuatl. Meaning "Friendship." Keywords: cheerful, positive, three syllables
Iden. Celtic. Meaning "Prosperous." Keywords: positive, two syllables
Idowu. African, Yoruba. Meaning "Born after twins." Keywords: three syllables
Ihab. Arabic. Meaning "Gift." Keywords: positive, two syllables
Ihuicatl. Aztec, Nahuatl. Meaning "Sky." Keywords: nature, celestial, three syllables
Ilham. Means "inspiration" in Arabic.
İlkay. Turkish. Meaning "New moon" Keywords: celestial, space, two syllables
Illinois. French. Meaning "He speaks the regular way." Keywords: place, three syllables
Ilo. African. Meaning "Light, joyous, sunshine." Keywords: weather, positive, cheerful, celestial, two syllables
Iman. Persian and Arabic. Meaning "Faith." Keywords: two syllables
Ime. African, Ibibio. Meaning "Patience." Keywords: one syllable
Inali. Native American, Cherokee. Meaning "Black fox." Keywords: animal, colours, colors, three syllables
Inderjit. Hindi. Meaning "Conqueror of Indra." Keywords: three syllables
Indiana. American and English. American version meaning "State name," English version meaning "Land of the Indians." Keywords: place, four syllables
Indigo. English. Meaning "Blue dye from India." Keywords: colour, color, plant, nature, three syllables
Indy. American and English. American version meaning is a nickname of Indianapolis the capital of the us state Indiana, English Meaning "Land of the Indians" Keywords: place, nickname, two syllables
Infinity. English. Meaning "Endless." Keywords: four syllables
Iniabi. Native American, Osage. Meaning "The sun on which all life depends." Keywords: celestial, space, four syllables
Innes. Scottish. Meaning "Island." Keywords: landform, water, two syllables
Innis. Scottish. Meaning "Island." Keywords: landform, water, two syllables
Insaf. Arabic. Meaning "Justice and fairness."
Insula. Native American, Salish. Meaning "Red feather." Keywords: colour, colours, birds, three syllables
Iovita. Latin. Meaning "Dedicated to Jupiter, coming from Jupiter, supreme God." Keywords: celestial, space, religion, religious, moon, four syllables.
Iseul (이슬). Korean. Meaning "Morning dew." Keywords: water, nature, time, two syllables
Isi. Native American, Choctaw. Meaning "Deer." Keywords: animals, two syllables
Iraia. Greek. Meaning "From Iraia, Greece" Keywords: place, five syllables
Iraya. Greek. Meaning "From Iraia, Greece" Keywords: place, five syllables
I’timad. Meaning "Pillar" Keywords: death, three syllables
Itumeleng. African, Tswana. Meaning "Joy." Keywords: positive, cheerful, four syllables
Ivory. English, from the word "ivory". Was primarily a boy's name in late 1800s and early 1900s, but in the 21st century it has shifted to being given to girls.
Ivy. English, Keywords: plants, nature, two syllables
Iwatoke. Native American, Menominee. Meaning "Serpent." Keywords: animals, snakes, reptiles, three syllables
Ixtli. Aztec, Nahuatl. Meaning "Face" Keywords: body parts, two syllables
Ize. Native American, Sac and Fox Nation. Meaning "Sun." Keywords: celestial, space, nature, fire, stars, one syllable
Izumi (いずみ). Japanese. Meaning "Fountain" (泉) or other meanings depending on kanji spelling. Keywords: water, nature, three syllables
Iris. a flower also can be called Irises.
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References[edit | edit source]
- "Iris (plant)". Wikipedia. 2021-03-02.