Un prénom mixte est un prénom pouvant, avec la même prononciation, être porté tant par une personne de sexe féminin que masculin ; on utilise aussi le terme de prénom androgyne.Si, outre l’homophonie, on a également homographie, on parle alors de prénom épicène.

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  • Un prénom mixte est un prénom pouvant, avec la même prononciation, être porté tant par une personne de sexe féminin que masculin ; on utilise aussi le terme de prénom androgyne.Si, outre l’homophonie, on a également homographie, on parle alors de prénom épicène.
  • A unisex name (also known as an epicene name, a gender-neutral name or an androgynous name) is a given name that can be used by a person regardless of the person's sex. Some countries have laws preventing unisex names, requiring parents to give their children sex-specific names. In other countries unisex names are sometimes avoided for social reasons.Names may vary their sexual connotation from country to country or language to language. For example, the Italian male name Andrea (derived from Greek Andreas) is understood as a female name in many languages, such as German, Hungarian, Czech, and Spanish. Sometimes parents may choose to name their child in honor of a person of another sex, which – if done widely – can result in the name becoming unisex. For example, Christians, particularly Catholics, may name their sons Marie or Maria in honor of the Virgin Mary or their daughter José in honor of Saint Joseph or Jean in honor of John the Baptist. This religious tradition is more commonly seen in Latin America and Europe than in North America.Some masculine and feminine names are homophones, pronounced the same for both sexes but spelled differently. For example, Yves and Eve and Artemus and Artemis. These names are not strictly unisex names.
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  • Un prénom mixte est un prénom pouvant, avec la même prononciation, être porté tant par une personne de sexe féminin que masculin ; on utilise aussi le terme de prénom androgyne.Si, outre l’homophonie, on a également homographie, on parle alors de prénom épicène.
  • A unisex name (also known as an epicene name, a gender-neutral name or an androgynous name) is a given name that can be used by a person regardless of the person's sex. Some countries have laws preventing unisex names, requiring parents to give their children sex-specific names. In other countries unisex names are sometimes avoided for social reasons.Names may vary their sexual connotation from country to country or language to language.
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