im looking for names for a girl or boy that arent common names
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Ariana - posted on 04/19/2009
hi i have a son with ZACARIAH I took out the middle H I also have 2 girl one is KEANA and the other is HAYLI and then my last one is KODI a very common name but i spelled in a very uncommon way! i am a person that likes very uncommon names, my name is ARIANA it use to be very uncommon i have heard it a few times but not much. you can also spell names in a very different way. good luck and i hope you find a very UNCOMMON name!
Amber - posted on 04/19/2009
my sons name is Julian. if we had a girl we were going to name her trinity. i LOVE the name Naveah or Nevaeh. i wanted a name from the bible and nevaeh is heaven backwards and trinity-the "holy trinity" but we went with julian for other reasons too long to explain
Mandi - posted on 04/19/2009
Bronte is my best friends daughters name hear it once or twice but not a lot. Kynan (boy), Chevonne (SH E VON) for a girl also spelt Siobhann, Eman, Aya (arabic, girl)
Charelle my daughters middle name, love it and only heard it once but spelt with an S.
Elise, Montana, Kobi (Unisex)
One thing I would be wary of is the spelling, if its way out there, NO ONE will know how to pronounce it and your poor child will go through life correcting everyone and having to spell it to everyone! (think of what a pain in the ass that would be!)
My friends husbands name is Taraidh (TA RED) like Jarrod but no one knows how to spell it or say it usually.
So good luck and watch the spelling!
Lynsey - posted on 04/19/2009
I named my son Brody but that is becoming very common! I love names and I love different names so, here are some names for you some are names of peoples children I know and some are names I like:
Boys - Kailor, Madden, Kasen, Memphis, Sebastian, Tate, Brooklyn, Grey, Colson, Rustin
Grils - Jansen, McKenna, Alynna, Hayzley, Amory, Leighton, Marlee, Briley, Brynn, Brecken
Kara - posted on 04/19/2009
I have two girls Ryleigh (not seen the spelling before) and Kennedy (we call her Keni). I also like Kerigan (like the last name Carrigan), Ryann (just like the boy name), and Aaryn (just like the boy name.) People would see my babies, who I refused to dress in pink, and they would ask the name (you know, to give a hint of the sex), then when I told them the names, they still looked at me puzzled, since they really are unisex names.
Nicole - posted on 04/19/2009
I am a teacher so of course I have had several students with uncommon names and have heard of some others.....
GIRL SUGGESTIONS: Tarysa (like Marissa but with a T), Shayna, Becca, Areyana (r-e-ana)
BOY SUGGESTIONS: Levi, Keeton, Porter, Parker
Gemma - posted on 04/19/2009
its probably one of the most hardest decisions of your life naming your baby as you dont want it to be common and not too un common that they'll be bullied for it at school!
my little girl is called Jorja Rose! she was gonna be called soraya but my partner prefered Jorja which i did too! boys names i think are alot harder! i like stanley, bailee, leighton (lay-ton). caleb. mckai. kiefer the list could go on! oh and i like 'Bliss' for a girl too x happy name hunting im sure you'll find something you'll probably once there born and what suits their personality!
Linda - posted on 04/19/2009
I found that some Brazillian names are pretty. Sueli - Means lilly pronounced like "Soo - E - Lee" the E - is like the word egg. I'll be naming my 2nd girl Cintia - pronounced "Seen - tee - uh" (kept the middle names simple - Renee and Marie)
Connetia - posted on 04/19/2009
My name is Connetia (pronounce Kanisha), i have only met one other girl with that name. My kids' names are Mercedes Louise, Aleaxis Ann, Daniel Christopher, Caeleb John-Jose, son i lost is Auden. If we have another girl it will be either Porsha or Lotis. I like Brody, and Mason. good luck on finding a name i know its hard, Caeleb went 2 days without a name.
Sharon - posted on 04/19/2009
We named our little boy Karac (pronounced Ka-Rick) which is generally used as a last name with Irish-Scottish origin. My guy picked it out for him. It is unusual and no one I know of has it at all. The worst part about naming your child something unusual is the mispronunciations.
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