I don't see anything feminine or unisex about this name...Its way to handsome to be even remotely girly. IMO
I can't see that on a girl at all. Micah & Georgia is so cute; I like Micah Andrew.
Micah Joseph <3
-- Very handsome
It's not feminine at all to me. In fact, I think it is an awesome choice and one I would consider myself! I like all of your middle name choices also so it would really just depend on how the complete name flows with the last name.
It is also adorable with Georgia!
Micah is the boy's name: http://www.behindthename.com/name/micah
But there is a feminine version: http://www.behindthename.com/name/mica
They mean different things but they are pronounced the same and spelled differently: Micah for a boy and Mica for a girl. For a boy it means "who is like Yahweh? - God" and Mica means "brook".
I think it goes great with Georgia.
Micah Andrew sounds very handsome.
I only know of one Micah and he is a male.. I've never heard of a female being named Micah, so I can't imagine why would think it is feminine?
The Micah I know is HappySlip's son on YouTube :) (the awesome Filipino mommy who makes comedy sketches).
I think Micah Andrew sounds the best of those three.
I think Georgia is a beautiful name for a girl. It reminds me of that movie Georgia Rule (which is an AMAZINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG movie, by the way; it has Jane Fonda in it!)
How on earth does the name of the Biblical prophet who foretold the destruction of Jerusalem become even faintly feminine.
Who are the losers using this strongly masculine name for girls?
Are you sure you're not confusing this with Michaela (commonly misspelled as Mikayla, etc)?
Anyway, do not use a middle name starting with "A" as the sounds can slide into each other.
Micah & Georgia go quite well together.
Micah can have the nn Mike or Mick.