Unusual Girls Names...

Nyssa - posted on 04/09/2010 ( 38 moms have responded )

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Hi just looking for some suggestions on girls names, My first girls name is Peyton Emma - Which is not that uncommon at all we discovered after we named her. Not that we mind I love the name Peyton.

This one we are stuck on, the couple I have come up with my partner doesnt like:

Mila (Pronounced Mee-Lah)

Wren or Wrenna (Wrenna was a suggestion from a lovely lady on here!)

Lucinda.



Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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Katrina Anne - posted on 10/17/2010

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My oldest daughter's name is Sakura ( Cherryblossom) Eva ( from the movie Wall E ) and my youngest is Katana ( sharpen to the point) Ralena ( Ra-Lay-Na)

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i love names that not every 2nd kid in the class at school will have but im not real keen on made up names that r difficult for people to work out how to pronounce, we just had our baby girl on the 14 aug & we named her Isla Jade( Isla isnt thta common) , our sons name is Kynan James ( james was after my grandad),
I like the 1st name Mila, 1 of my friends named her daughter Mila Addison,

Kimberly - posted on 07/15/2010

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Try you ancestry for meanings. My my new cutie's name is "Maliea" which is indian and means Beloved. Middle name is Avai which is African and means "without sin".
The nurses laughed the first time we got an ultrasound because ironically with a name with that meaning, she was "Spread- Eagle). lol Just remember your baby has to live with it. Don't go overboard. I have a friend who named her baby Daliscious! Imagine the jokes!

Kristian - posted on 06/17/2010

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All good names. My fiance and I have picked out DaNautica Lynne for our little girl. I like the name Jaliyah (or i like the spelling Jaleeyah better)

Kirra - posted on 06/14/2010

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Now that is funny Stephine, both of us having a great gran named Ruby, both having girls and naming them after our great grans

Haley - posted on 06/13/2010

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I'm doing Jayden Elsbeth
Elsbeth is my grandmothers name, and my boyfriend & i always liked 'aden' for a girl for some reason, but around here, its the baby boom name so we decided against it but we love the ending so we added the j to it :]

Stephanie - posted on 06/13/2010

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omg im naming my little girl Ruby after my great gran as well!...that and its a beautiful name :)

Kirra - posted on 05/25/2010

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My name was unique but in recent years its become popular, either spelt the same way or different variations.
Through my mum's family, the women have all had unique names but I have chosen to name my little girl after my great gran Ruby.
But my boys name I wanted beofre I found out I was having a girl was Hunter. My parents hate it but I love it. They still pick on it.
Adria is a real pretty name for a girl. I use it in my story writing, but whatever name you chose, it should be something you are happy with.

Terri - posted on 05/25/2010

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I prefere Brodie to Bodie. I have a daughter called Kaci Marie, at the time it was quite uncommon but everybody seened to have it when i was due, we decided to spell it differently instead, we've decided on Mason Lewis for baby #2 due 23rd August... if he would have been a girl we'd decided on Emmi or Cora x

Larissa - posted on 05/11/2010

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I LIKE UNUSUAL AND UNIQUE NAMES HERE ARE A FEW I CAME UP WITH HOPE YOU LIKE THEM, Lyric, Rayne, August, Anissa, Precious, Divine, and Love GOOD LUCK WITH NAMING YOUR LITTLE ONE!!!!!!!

Nyssa - posted on 05/05/2010

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Thank you so much for the suggestions! It has been great to have a look through and see what people come up with, We are still deciding on a name - lucky there is still 15 weeks to go!

Terra - posted on 04/28/2010

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Well we are going to name our little girl Alivia Grace we fell in love with that name but we did think of Daene too before.

Terri - posted on 04/25/2010

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I most certainly like different names too but I as well am having a hard time getting my other half to agree. I have a 10 year old daughter whose name is Galaxie. It doesn't get much different than that. When i was pregnant with her, it was decided we would call her by her middle name, but when I looked at her little face for the first time I just knew it was my little Galaxie. So I def think coming up with a few is good cause when you look at your baby for the first time you'll know which one is more suiting.

British - posted on 04/25/2010

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well my name is uncommon British and i chose a name for my baby if its a girl Samaurie Makaylah

Amanda - posted on 04/21/2010

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I named my middle child Sionna (pronounced Shawna). i have NEVER come across it elsewhere and it's not to be found in any baby books. Online searches yield nothing. Other than her name i don't really have any unusual or unique names coming to me. I do love old fashioned names which is why i named my toddler Violet Freyja but (much like you with the name Peyton) i found out it was more popular than i'd thought AFTER we'd named her. At least her middle name isn't common. I really like Wren or Wrenna. Fiance shot Wren down actually, which is one of the reasons we ended up with Violet.

Unique boys names i could do.....girls....not so much.

Ciera - posted on 04/19/2010

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Cambria is very pretty and very unique.
I like Mila, never heard it before but I like the boy's name Milo and it's similar.

Rhea - posted on 04/17/2010

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I think Bodie is quite a nice name for a girl or boy like it Bodie for a girl though, i like unusual names but having one myself im cautious as to what nicknames etc they can be called or shortened too but ive grown to like my name and ive met quite a few that do too i think its more exceptable now it was probably bit more risky for my parents when naming us three my sisters called Nadine and brother Bryn!

Ive got a few girls names i like but struggle with boys as my partner not to keen on unusual so have to compromise!!

Good luck and any boys names to suggest will be very gratefully received x

Jill - posted on 04/16/2010

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We have picked Na'vina and Ty'Kena for our girls, Middle names are Nyela and Kynaya! We came up with these all on our own!

Nicole - posted on 04/15/2010

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HAHAHA....Well, I would try to at least pick out 3-5 that you guys can agree on and then have them ready for when she gets here :) I couldn't imagine not having something set in stone before the baby got here but I'm crazy like that. LOL My poor baby is gonna be named Sophia no matter what. hahaha Hope all is well :)

Nyssa - posted on 04/15/2010

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Ohhh tell your hubby I like Bodie spelt that way, It was originally picked as my Boys name (If I was having one) but my sister who is pregnant recently said she liked it as a girls name. Another name I found is Hallow, Also the middle name is going to either Nicole (After my partners sister, Peyton is named after mine) or Jessica (After his nan).

My partner is not real keen on any of them and says to me, We have to wait to see the baby before we name it!! I keep saying we still need options!!

Nicole - posted on 04/14/2010

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My husband thinks Bodhi is a sweet name. He says you should spell it Bodie. He likes the unusual names too :) I dont love it but I dont hate it. It would take me some getting used too :) But its YOUR BABY :) Let me know what else you guys come up with. Does your partner like any so far?

Nyssa - posted on 04/14/2010

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Oh I do like some of those names Nicole! It is so hard cause I like differen't names and my partner can be difficult when it comes to this haha!!

What do you think of Bodhi as a girls name? Honestly now!!

Nicole - posted on 04/11/2010

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Nyssa,
Thanks :) I love it too! Im doing pretty good. I have my moments where I feel weak and like I will pass out but otherwise Im good. Glad your little muffin is baking nicely :) I am looking at the name book right now and just gonna put some unusual but cute names I found and maybe you will like one :) I tried to find one for every letter. lol

Zofia which is like Sophia but you could call her Zoey for short
Xylia said like Zalia
Willow
Violet
Teagan
Siobhan
Rynn
Paisley
Marisse
Lyric
Kensley
Karise
Jovanna
Isla
Gwenna
Finn
Esme
Dara
Carys
Bronwyn
Adria

Nyssa - posted on 04/11/2010

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Hey!! Thank you to all for the suggestions & I looked at that site & found a couple more names:



Fallon

Neva

Haven



I think i like Fallon the best out of those but I have heard it before, I even saw it in the newspaper! HA



Nicole: Ohhhh i like Sophie Corynn & i must say I like it with a "y" better aswell :) I haven't really got a specific letter just have decided not to have another "p" name. I have a couple of friends on facebook that have named there daughter Sophie it is very pretty I actually like Sophia as a name. How are you going? We are all going well here just nicely baking my little muffin haha :)

Nicole - posted on 04/10/2010

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Hey girl! I think Mila is cute...and Wrenna too. Do you have any specific letter you want to go with?? Hope all is well :) We have decided on Sophia Corynn. Not sure if we are spelling Corynn like that yet. The regular spelling is Corrine but I like using a "y" better. My husband thinks we should spell it with a "K".

Robyn - posted on 04/10/2010

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If ours is a girl we are going to name her Jadianne with Jade for short. My mother's middle name was Arletta which I always thought was pretty.

Nyssa - posted on 04/09/2010

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Also what does everyone think of Bodhi as a girls name? More commonly a boys but I am just wondering?

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