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Short names have such a cool confidence about them.
Whether you’re seeking a name that stands out from the rest of the crowd or one that reflects your daughter’s individuality, we’ve got 40 beautiful but rare baby names for girls that you might have missed.
Are you a free-spirited, nature-loving, or boho mama? Then this list of hippie baby names is for you!
No matter where your from, parents will find a name here that sounds fresh yet vintage, classic, and timeless.
The Social Security Administration has published lists of the most popular names every year, and these rare boy names weren’t on them.
Vintage is back in style; calling your newborn something old-school is the trend new parents are loving.
Single syllables pair well with long middle and last names, and one-syllable names are easy to pronounce.
Whether you’re seeking a name that stands out from the rest of the playground or one that reflects your child’s individuality, we are sure you’ll love these lovely but uncommon baby names.
Good things come in small packages, like cute short unique girl names.
We’ve rounded up the most unique, unusual names that start with A for boys.
From Jade to Juno, click ahead to browse through 30 unique and gorgeous “J” names perfect for a baby girl.
If you’re looking for a stylish baby girl name, you’ve come to the right place.
We’re pretty confident one (or more) of these boy names will make your heart melt.
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.
Norse names are as storied as the culture surrounding them, with many relating to nature and mythology.
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 complement each other, but with that said, they don’t have to rhyme; they can be totally unique from one another.