Indigo: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Indigo
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Indigo has a powerfully creative/artistic image. Used for both boys and girls.
Indigo is NOT a girls name!It's not even unisex.The word itself is a masculine form.I can't imagine a girl named Indigo.It would be like naming a girl Bruno. <--- whilst -o is usually a male form of name there are always exceptions to the rule (such as Juno, Cleo ect), and Indigo definately sounds like a girls name, and not like a boys name. And Indie is definately a more feminine nicname.
I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS A NAME. I JUST THOUGHT IT WAS A WORD!
I really like this name, it's gorgeous and unique. I think Indigo sounds more feminine.
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I have named my SON Indigo (he's known as Indi mostly) and can't understand why it is predominantly considered a girls name. Not only is the colour Indigo a very dark purply blue, which seems a very masculine colour to me, but the "O" ending is masculine sounding too - eg Hugo/Orlando/Marco... I can't think of another girls name with this ending and think in many languages the "O" ending is indeed considered masculine. It's a beautiful name for a boy or a girl, but I do wish so many books/web sites (including this one) didn't list it as only a femail name!!! I know there are other boys here in the UK named Indigo. It should be listed as gender unspecific.
My nephew is named Indigo and he is adorable! So sweet and so smart, kind of a serious 4 year old but very sweet. I think of it as more of a boy name. I don't think its unisex at all. My dad calls him "Indy" which is also cute.
This web site does list it as a unisex name.
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- Meanings and history of the name Indigo: | Edit
From the English word, meaning a deep blue or blue/purple.
- Famous real-life people named Indigo: | Edit
Folk rock band the Indigo Girls
- Indigo in song, story & screen: | Edit
Indigo, fictional character in Ntozake Shange's novel "Sassafrass, Cypress and Indigo."
Indigo Walker was a female character in Australian soap home and away