- as a infant: daddy's little girl,as a teenager: tomboy and yet feminine in womenhood:. Capable and sexy.
- It's a unisex name, but I think it's much better as a girls.
- Jordan Leigh: my younger daughter's name, I chose it because the name is unisex and I wanted her to remember she is a person first and a female second; also because the combination goes well in meaning as well as sound: Jordan means "to flow or descend" and Leigh means "a meadow", so together it would be "to flow to the meadow"
- Jordan Mackenzie: We needed something to have the initials jmo for our first daughter (named after dad) and I have always loved Mackenzie, and Jordan is just so cute with it, it's very original.
- Jordan Olivia: When you see the first name you can't tell the gender of the child, but when you add the middle name you can clearly tell it's a female.
In the USA, Jordan has always been slightly more popular for boys than for girls. In 2010, it was #68 for girls in the US top 7000 and #45 for boys.
See Also: Jordyn, Jourdyn, Jordan (boy)
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