What are some pretty unusual baby names? ?
I’m looking for baby names that are unusual but easy to pronounce or any names that are less common.
- 3 weeks ago
My son's name is Garren and that's pretty unusual.
- PrinceLv 63 weeks ago
Lazarus is not too usual. Neither is Lydia.
- LLv 53 weeks ago
When a couple get married and decide to begin their family.....they need to sit down and discuss possible names for their children. If the name, they select, will cause the child to be teased or bullied in school - then select a different name. Do NOT select unusual or names hard to spell. This is NOT Rocket Science.
- lenpol7Lv 73 weeks ago
G: Calliope, Cassandra, Cassiopeia, Clio, Penelope, Persephone, Thalia, Xanthe(Said as 'Zanthee').
B ; Ajax, Achilles, Diomed, Perseus, Patroclus, Peleus, Rhexenor, Ulysses.
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- blankLv 73 weeks ago
- deniseLv 73 weeks ago
Neave / Niamh [Irish spelling],
- John PLv 74 weeks ago
Luca looks female to me, as does Vale. I know of a female called 'Luca Bella'.
Gable looks male, as does Kree. Upton is the name of a town.
In spite of the Shakespearean connection, I suggest you avoid Puck!
Actually Luz is pronounced Looth in Castilian Spanish.
- wldswedeLv 74 weeks ago
Boys: Ace, Bodhi, Cy, Dax, Emerik, Fable, Gannon, Hiram, Ira, Justus, Kabe, Luca, Magnus, Ned, Oak, Puck, Quaid, Raif, Seb, Tad, Upton, Vale, Wade, Xan, Yakim, Zeke
Girls: Avy, Bria, Cosy, Dia, Edda, Fia, Gable, Hedda, Iona, Joya, Kree, Leda, Maeve, Noemi, Opal, Pax, Rula, Sura, Tamsin, Uma, Vivi, Wylla, Zaidie
- AmarettaLv 74 weeks ago
Do you mean "pretty unusual" or "pretty and unusual?" Just girls or boys and girls?
Anya -- "AHN-ya"
Luz -- "LOOZ" -- means "light" in Spanish
Cielo -- "see-AY-lo" -- means "sky" in Spanish
Chandra -- "SHAHN-dra"
Edith -- nn Edie -- "EE-dee"
Priscilla -- nn Cilla -- "SIL-la"
Carmen -- nn Charm
Lovisa -- nn Love or Lovie -- Swedish form of Louisa
Neely (or creative spelling of your choice)
Corin (can also be a boy's name)
Jocasta -- "jo-CAS-ta"
Ara -- "AIR-a" -- Armenian
Aram -- "AIR-am"
Hugh -- "HEW"
Campbell -- the P is silent
Chauncey -- "CHAWN-see"
Cedric -- "SED-rick"
- CatherineLv 64 weeks ago
Unusual where? How do we know what you think is easy to pronounce? Less common where?