Whether you loved Emily in Paris or are a Francophile like us, these French baby names are modern, uncommon, adorable, and rare; each of these names is sure to set your child apart.
Having a less common moniker will distinguish her from her peers and set her apart for the rest of her life in a good way, of course!
Sure, you’ve seen Hebrew names before like Abigail or Noah, but there are plenty of less popular options that likely flew under the radar.
Luckily for you, we sorted through the baby name charts from 1880 to 1927 to find unique monikers with a modern appeal.
Look no further than these truly unique unheard of baby names.
If super traditional baby girl names sound dull and boring to you, why not give your new little one a name that’s a bit more free-spirited?
While these names are dark and spooky, they are still appropriate for the playground and have just the right amount of edge to let your kid stand out.
There is something very feminine and versatile about the girl’s names that start with the letter A.
If the first name you chose happens to fall in the top 20 most popular names and are looking for a unique name to help it stand out, then this list is definitely for you.
New baby names are being created every day.
Move over, Olivia, its time to meet Olydia.
Preppy baby names are all-American, classic, and timeless but not necessarily too popular.
Do you picture your baby boy attending an Ivy League school like Harvard or Yale?
Finding a name that no one else has can be like finding a needle in a haystack, don’t worry, we’re here to the rescue.
We came up with this list of monikers popular enough to be on the charts but not popular enough that they are common.
Short baby names have cool confidence – without trying too hard.
Why not give your baby girl a name that’s worldly, fun, and unexpected?
From Eve to Miriam, the Bible is full of incredible women.
From the names of kings and prophets to ordinary people.
Baby names full of history and legends.