Ideas for unusual baby boys names

Catherine - posted on 09/24/2009 ( 34 moms have responded )

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Hi all,I am expecting my fourth child(a boy) early next year and am finding it hard to come up with some different baby boy names.I already have a son named Tre' (trey) and 2 daughters Rhani and Keisha so need something that ties in with their names.Any ideas??

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Judy - posted on 11/15/2009

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Rayven - this is my ss's name. I've never heard a boy with this name and it fits him well. Rayven Austin

Karina - posted on 11/14/2009

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Amir, maliik, my fav Khaleel (thats not how u spell it but its how u pronounce it I am not sure of the spelling) u can usually find good ones on the net that would fit just search the name by origin.. hope that helps :)

Amber - posted on 11/14/2009

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I like boys names that sound masculine, I was going to name my daughter if she would have been a boy... Ivan (eye-vin) I also like Tavarus (tuh-var-es)

Elizabeth - posted on 11/10/2009

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My oldest son is Malik Kareem and my youngest is Prince Aviunce, Aviunce is rare and I really love the name. I also like Xavier and Octavian

Amber - posted on 11/05/2009

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My son's name is Josiah I know someone already mentioned it but obviously I love it his name is Josiah Cayden. I also like the name Justice.

Keenan - posted on 11/03/2009

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I love the nam Wynn for a boy. I was going to name my son that and I wish i did because it is unique and simple. A strong name though. Instead we went with Nathaniel and I love that name too except its so common in boys these days. But make sure you have a nice middle name that will make the name sound even better. One with special meaning perhaps! :)

Sara - posted on 11/01/2009

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hmmmmm....Kobe, Trace, Marquette, Tarrell, Chantz, Bryson, Baron, Kyron, Tyrone...just some idea off the top of my head

Jacinda - posted on 10/30/2009

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my 7 month old boy is named taurian and my 2 year old is cassidy, you dont hear of a lot of boys named cassidy and i've only heard of one other taurian, but i always love the name roman for a boy i think it's a good strong name

Dawn - posted on 10/26/2009

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My fiance's little brother that passed at age 4 was named Shamal and if we ever have a son (We're expecting a girl now) his name will be Shamal. I also like Dominique.

Alice - posted on 10/21/2009

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Josiah and Isiah are the only 2 names that I would pick if I had a boy. You don't hear them too often. I hope they help.

Carolee - posted on 10/20/2009

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My cousin just named her little boy Aedon (instead of Aiden).. I think it's a very strong name with a twist on the spelling.

Rachael - posted on 10/20/2009

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I named my son Jaimison and I love it. It is not completely out there but I also have never heard a little boy named that.
Just name them whatever sounds right

Leesha - posted on 10/20/2009

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Quoting Selina:

Why not take your name and your partners name and then make a name out of each names? Like my sister inlaw is named niumaretta-named after her mum named saretta and her sister maniu..and like my friends daughter named Norresa, after her mum Theresa and mum inlaw Norma...:)


We did that. My name is Leesha and my husband is Tyrone and we took the Lee and TY and made Tylee for our first son.Our other choice would have been Sharone.

Ysabel - posted on 10/20/2009

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OKay,here we are!



IÑAKI (ñ,very spanish name)

IGNACIO (like IGNACE)

ILLARIY (this is very peruvian: quechua name means 'dawn-aurora')

GAEL (Like Gael Garcia Bernal,mexican actor)

VASCO (spanish name)

etc,etc,etc

Arianne - posted on 10/20/2009

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So I got...Kameelo, Skyler, Ra'Giem(Ray-jeem), Zamaree(za-mar-E), ZaQwan, If I think of any more I'll let you know!!!!

Anjelica - posted on 10/18/2009

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I love my son's name, Ewan. It is Gaelic-Scottish and is pronounced ( yoo-in). I chose it to reflect my husband's Gaelic heritage. I also love ( to my husband's dismay) Ashley, Lindsey, and Ira for a boy. My husband thinks those names are too girley.

Deanna - posted on 10/12/2009

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my sons name is trey....but wut about davion,damere,tavion,javion....i personally like javion.....if i think of any more ill let u kno

Lyndal - posted on 10/04/2009

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You are posting this in the bi-racial group so what about names from the ethnicity of either you or your partner? Look up some country specific web sites for people's names.
My daughters tribal name is Alagnii (al-ah-nee - with a guttural thing on the 'gn'). It was her grandmothers name and means 'she gathers cows' but we also call her 'Malemna' which means 'mother has come back'. ie that my husbands mother has returned through my daughter, Alagnii.
In Ghana some boys names are:- Kweku, Kwabena, Ayine (this means God and is pronounced eye-in-eh

Catherine - posted on 10/03/2009

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Thanks for all the input everyone!It is very appreciated.I will keep in mind all the names and please if you think of any others let me know.Thanks!

Selina - posted on 10/03/2009

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Why not take your name and your partners name and then make a name out of each names? Like my sister inlaw is named niumaretta-named after her mum named saretta and her sister maniu..and like my friends daughter named Norresa, after her mum Theresa and mum inlaw Norma...:)

Rachel - posted on 10/02/2009

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Hey Catherine, How about Marcus? Or....Jordan, Demetrius, Donovan, Taye, let me think bout it....lol get back to u

Heather - posted on 10/02/2009

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my son that passed was named Brenton I made it up and you are free to use it if you would like. it would be the 2nd one out there thus far

Leticia - posted on 09/25/2009

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its not a completely unusual name like i had thought but my son's name is kaden Marquice. kaden i am finding in my area 2 be a bit more heard of but still not a lot of boys with the name. Darius is also a different name

Saskia - posted on 09/25/2009

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Tawera! ('tauwuhrha')
That's my boy's name. It's a Maori name (the Maoris are the original people from New Zealand)
My son's the only child in The Netherlands (where l live) with this name :)

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