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While almost everyone has heard of Rose, Lily, or Daisy, we thought we’d make a list with uncommon and unheard of flower names so you can give your baby girl a name that’s as unique as she will be.
Naming a child after a grandparent is already a thing for many people, but going back a little farther can mean finding great names that fell off the popularity charts.
Invented names are in a class all of their own as very few bear these names on this list, so there will be no doubt that your child will indeed be one of a kind.
The benefit of having a long glamourous first name is, of course, the endless nickname possibilities.
Choosing an African baby name could be a great way to honor your child’s roots and your family’s culture.
Your twins’ names should fit well together and complement each other, but with that said, they don’t have to rhyme; they can be totally unique from one another.
Scottland is home to some of the coolest yet timeless baby names we’ve ever heard.
We’re taking you to the skies to bring you 20 baby names inspired by a bit of magic to add to your list.
Scroll through to check out these adorably cool and oh-so-hip baby names that will make her truly one-of-a-kind.
There is something special about naming your daughter after something deemed precious and magical throughout cultures.
If you want your little girl to grow into a strong independent woman, give her one of these fierce names to jumpstart her journey.
Why not pick a name that captures the spirit of the season.
If the region’s ability to predict design and fashion is any indication, these names will soon be popular.
These names will inspire adventure in far off lands, a little fairy dust, and magic.
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.
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.