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Top European Baby Names that Haven’t Yet Hit Stateside

Embark on a transatlantic journey through a treasure trove of names waiting to weave their charm across the States. Delight in a curated collection of European baby names that have yet to grace American shores. These names carry the elegance, history, and cultural richness of their European origins, evoking a sense of timeless sophistication and allure. Discover a compilation of twenty names that sparkle with international flair, offering parents-to-be a passport to unique and distinctive naming possibilities yet to be embraced in the States. Join us on this transcontinental exploration as we introduce a tapestry of names waiting to be cherished and adored on American soil.

 

Ailsa

Meaning: Elf victory
Origin: Scottish

 

Aksel

Meaning: Father of peace
Origin: Danish

 

Alba

Meaning: White
Origin: Italian

 

Alfio

Meaning: Unknown
Origin: Sicilian

 

Ambra

Meaning: Amber
Origin: Italian

 

Anitra

Meaning: Literary name
Origin: Norwegian

 

Athene

Meaning: Goddess of wisdom
Origin: Greek mythology name

 

Bodil

Meaning: Remedy battle
Origin: Scandinavian

 

Carys

Meaning: Love
Origin: Welsh

 

Dario

Meaning: Posses well
Origin: Spanish

 

Dulcie

Meaning: Sweet
Origin: Latin

 

Eilif

Meaning: Always alive
Origin: Norwegian

 

Emese

Meaning: Mother
Origin: Hungarian

 

Fabienne

Meaning: Bean grower
Origin: French

 

Florian

Meaning: Flowery
Origin: German

 

Garance

Meaning: Madder flower
Origin: French

 

Gustav

Meaning: Goth staff
Origin: Scandinavian

 

Hendrik

Meaning: Estate ruler
Origin: Dutch and Scandinavian

 

Hillevi

Meaning: Safe war
Origin: Scandinavian

 

Katarina

Meaning: Pure
Origin: Czech

 

Krizia

Meaning: Roman family name
Origin: Italian

 

Lars

Meaning: Crowned with laurel
Origin: Scandinavian

 

Leiv

Meaning: Heir, descendant
Origin: Norwegian

 

Meta

Meaning: Pearl
Origin: Danish and Swedish

 

Milos

Meaning: Lover of glory
Origin: Slavic

 

Nerina

Meaning: Sea god
Origin: Italian

 

Olaf

Meaning: Ancestor, heir
Origin: Scandinavian

 

Sander

Meaning: Defender of men
Origin: Scandinavian

 

Sven

Meaning: Boy
Origin: Swedish

 

Zenon

Meaning: Gift of Zeus
Origin: Greek

 

 

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