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100 Forgotten Vintage Names for Girls and Boys

For this list of 100 vintage names for girls and boys we went back in time and handpicked rare old fashion gems that still have yet to reach the top 1,000 most popular names. Vintage always has its moment in fashion but lately, we’ve seen quite a resurgence in vintage names steadily climbing the charts. So without further ado here are 100 forgotten vintage names for girls and boys that will make your grandma proud.

 

Forgotten Vintage Names for Girls

1. Agatha

2. Agnes

3. Alva

4. Aphra

5. Belinda

6. Beverly

7. Camelia

8. Cleo

9. Concetta

10. Cordelia

11. Damaris

12. Edda

13. Edie

14. Elita

15. Elula

16. Enid

17. Faustine

18. Felice

19. Finola

20. Gardenia

21. Gilda

22. Goldie

23. Heloise

24. Hermione

25. Hulda

26. Imelda

27. Jemima

28. Lavinia

29. Lolita

30. Lucretia

31. Malvina

32. Minerva

33. Nadine

34. Odessa

35. Olivette

36. Pandora

37. Phyllis

38. Posy

39. Prudence

40. Prunella

41. Queenie

42. Rhona

43. Rochelle

44. Selma

45. Susanna

46. Temperance

47. Tilly

48. Tresa

49. Verona

50. Viola

 

Forgotten Vintage Names for Boys

51. Aldous

52. Alistair

53. Alton

54. Audley

55. Baxter

56. Benedict

57. Bertram

58. Boaz

59. Caspar

60. Clifton

61. Clovis

62. Dietrich

63. Dixon

64. Eleazar

65. Elmer

66. Elton

67. Everton

68. Fenton

69. Ferdinand

70. Gabe

71. Gershom

72. Hamlet

73. Heston

74. Hemming

75. Ignatius

76. Ivor

77. Janus

78. Kenton

79. Klemens

80. Lambert

81. Lazarus

82. Marion

83. Morten

84. Nestor

85. Norbert

86. Obadias

87. Oswald

88. Philemon

89. Prewitt

90. Prosper

91. Quade

92. Radley

93. Randolf

94. Remus

95. Stirling

96. Styles

97. Sylvester

98. Thornton

99. Waldo

100. Zadok

 

We hope you enjoyed this list of 100 forgotten vintage names for girls and boys. What are your favorite forgotten vintage names for girls and boys, let us know in the comments below!

 

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1 Comment

  1. Emmeline

    Love the list!
    Fun fact: A camellia with two l’s is a flower 🙂
    Also “esta” just means “this,” or “he/she/it is” (if there’s an accent on the a). It’s still a nice sound for a name, but not really a meaning in Spanish.

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