10 totally rad & uncommon names (in the U.S.) yo!
Let’s just start with my favorite name on this list!
A beautiful Welsh name and great way to honor an Ann/Anne.
I met a beautiful, curly-haired little girl named Brandis this week.
A vibrant alternative to Brandi or Brandon.
I confess… I have a thing for names that begin with the letter “E”.
Eben is a great twist on Evan and a cool way to get the nickname “Ben”!
An unexpected and magical name choice!
Elva means “Elfin”, which gets big bonus points from me.
Any Gerard Butler fans out there?
Such a strong, noble, handsome, and polished name.
A cool, unexpected “I” name.
Idris has Arabic roots and means “interpreter”.
It may also remind you of the actor, Idris Elba.
A vivacious Spanish name.
Imelda is a great name to use to honor someone with a “Mel” name, such as Melanie or Melissa.
March is a great month to be born in 😉
Beyond it being my birth month, I think March makes a great middle name!
I’m also a huge fan of Little Women and the March sisters.
I love the literary connection to this name.
Exotic and extraordinary.
Savina is spiced up variation of Sabrina/Sabina and an interesting alternative to Savannah.
A handsome surname that would make a super cool first or middle name.
I absolutely adore the nickname “True”.
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