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25 Gorgeous But Uncommon Baby Names That Moms Won't Hear In 2019

There are a lot of very important things to do when a new baby girl or boy is on the way. For instance, the expecting parents must make sure that they have enough space for the child, as well as having the items they will need after the baby is born.

Furthermore, there are other important parts of bringing a new person into the world, such as making sure the expecting mother is consuming enough of the right foods, drinks, and any extra vitamins she may need to make sure that she and the baby are in the best health possible. However, that is just a small example of the important things expecting moms and dads must do when a new little one is being added to their family. Something else that is a very big deal is trying to choose a name for the new baby.

After all, there are a lot of things to take into consideration before picking the name a child will go by for the rest of their life. For example, some parents like choosing a name that is already popular because that means it is well liked. However, others may not like their child’s name to become popular because a unique name helps them stand out more.

Here are some beautiful but uncommon baby names that are unlikely to be used in 2019.

25 Ambrosia

This name is a truly beautiful one to choose for a new addition to the family. The name Ambrosia began a very long time ago. The background of this name is Greek, and the meaning that is connected to it is “immortal.”

Ambrosia is certainly a name that is very unique. Those who like this name, but want something slightly different might like the names Aurora, Anastasia, Adelaide, Xander, Athena, Ambrose, Apollo, Alaric, Sebastian, Liam, Alexander, Abrielle, Arabella, as well as Andromeda. Those are just a few of the names that are similar to Ambrosia.

24 Ahmet

This name certainly does not sound much like any others that are like it. However, there is one that is very close to it, and that is Ahmed, which is actually quite a popular name in the United States of America. In fact, Ahmet came from this name, which has an Arabic origin. Another name that is slightly similar to both of them is Ahmad.

There are two meanings to this name. One of them is “one who constantly thanks God,” and the other one is “highly praised.”

23 Amabel

This name has a very beautiful sound to it, and it certainly does not appear to be like many other names. The name Amabel has a couple of origins, which are Latin and French. Furthermore, a meaning that is often associated with this name is “lovable,” which is part of what makes it such a perfect name for a new baby.

There are a few names that are a lot like it. Some of them are Annabelle, Cressida, Amity, Mirabel, Araminta, Aphra, Honora, Coralie, and Amaryllis.

22 Balthazar

There are a lot of names that are very popular. However, there are also some that have been around for a very long time and have not become quite as popular as other names.

One name that has definitely been around for a long time is Balthazar. However, it has never been very popular, but that does not mean that it is any less awesome than other names that are like it.

This name has a Greek origin. The meaning of the name Balthazar is “Baal protects the king.”

21 Bellamy

There are a lot of names out there that are either a good fit for baby girls or a good fit for baby boys. But then again, there are also some that are perfectly great names for babies of either gender, and this is where the name Bellamy comes in, as it can be used for both girls and boys.

This name has a few backgrounds. Bellamy can be traced back to Irish, Norman, and French roots. The meaning of Bellamy is “good friend,” as it was derived from a nickname that had the same meaning.

20 Barnabas

The name Barnabas is one that has a Greek origin. However, it was originally derived from an Aramaic name.

Furthermore, this name has been used in many places throughout history. Some of the places where Barnabas has been used as a first name are Germany and England, though it is not very popular in either place.

However, there is one country that tends to use this name a lot. Barnabas has been rather popular in Hungary for a while. It’s usage there has seen many high and low points, but it seems that Barnabas is most popular there.

19 Augustina

This name is the feminine version of another name, which is Augustus. The origin of both of these names is Latin. The meaning that is often associated with the name Augustina is “the exalted one.”

This name is quite beautiful, as well as unique. However, there are some equally gorgeous names that are very similar to it. Some of them are Hester, Cerys, Aphra, Araminta, Apple, Guinevere, Celestina, Corisande, and Carmelita.

This name has never been very popular. However, that just means that anyone who has this name will certainly be remembered for having a cool and unique first name.

18 Birch

There are a lot of names that are inspired by people, as well as places. However, some of the most beautiful first, middle, and last names have been inspired by mother nature. In fact, one of the names that fall into this category is Birch, which was inspired by the birch tree.

As distinct as the name Birch is, there are other names like it, and some of them were also inspired by nature. Some of the names that are similar to Birch are Jet, Ash, Cedar, Bay, and Oak.

17 Blanche

There are a lot of names that have been around for many years, and yet they still have not become as popular as others have. However, there are also names that were once very popular but have not been used much lately, which is the case for the name Blanche.

This name has a couple of origins, which are French and German. Furthermore, one of the meanings associated with the name Blanche is “pure.”

In America, Blanche was a popular name in the late 1800s and early the 1900s. However, it became much less popular after the year 1940.

16 Breccan

There are a lot of very interesting names that got their start in Ireland, and this is where the name Breccan comes in because it has Irish roots. Furthermore, there are a couple of different meanings to Breccan, which are “speckled,” and “freckled.”

There are some names that are very similar to Breccan. Some of them are Brennan, Stellan, Cormac, Raiden, Ward, Cian, Calix, Bram, Finnian, Dash, Alastair, Lachlan, Phelan, Piers, Eamon, Matteo, Madden, Cillian, Cerys, Sayer, Caelan, Casper, Maxen, Dashiell, Prescott, Kieran, Lincoln, Inigo, and Cade.

15 Caia

This name is one that is short and sweet, Furthermore, it has a very unique sound to it, and it is not used as a first or middle name very often.

The name Caia originally came from Latin roots, and the meaning that is associated with Caia is “to rejoice.” Furthermore, it is the feminine version of the masculine name Caius.

There are a few other names out there for expecting moms and dads who like this one but are looking for something a little bit different. Chloe and Aria are two of them.

14 Brick

The inspiration for a name can come from many places. First and middle names can and often have been inspired by someone, a place, or a thing. Furthermore, there are also a lot of names that came from occupations, and Brick is one of them.

This name has English roots. There are a couple of meanings to it, which are “mason” and “good guy.” Additionally, this was also derived from an English slang word that is used in reference to a guy who lays bricks for a living, as well as someone who is a reliable and good person.

13 Branwen

Nearly every name has a meaning to it and finding out what the meaning of each name is can be incredibly interesting.

Furthermore, there are some names that do not yet have a clear meaning to them, and Branwen is one of them. However, some believe that it might mean “blessed raven,’ and “white.”

Branwen is quite a unique name, but there are a few others that are a bit like it. Some of the names that are similar to Branwen are Bronwynn, Brangwen, and Bronwin.

12 Cashel

There are a lot of awesome names that have originated in Ireland, and Cashel is one of them. It may not be a very popular first or middle name right now, but that does not take away from how cool this name is.

The name Cashel has Irish roots, and there are two meanings to it. One of them is “stone fort,” and the other one is “castle.”

There are some other names that are a little bit similar to that one. A few of them are Godfrey, Guthrie, and Cliff.

11 Calloway

There are a lot of very cool and unusual names for little boys and girls out there, and one of the best ones is Calloway. This is a great name for children of either gender, but it is usually given to little boys.

The origin of the name Calloway is Irish. Furthermore, this is a name that means “pebbly place.”

Additionally, there are some names that are similar to Calloway. Some of them are Lennon, Morrison, Coltrane, Sullivan, Griffith, Callahan, Tennyson, Tarquin, Redmond, Chet, and Ivo.

10 Celestia

Some of the most unique and rare first and middle names were actually popular at one time, and this is where the name Celestia comes in. In the United States of America, Celestia used to be popular in the late 1800s, as well as the early 1900s. However, it has not been used much since then, but that does not make it any less beautiful.

Celestia is a name that came from a Latin origin. The meaning of this name is “heavenly.” Additionally, it is an alternate form of the name Celeste.

9 Cicely

There are some truly unique names out there, and Cicely is certainly one of them. This name has been traced back to English origins, and the meaning that is often associated with it is “blind.” Furthermore, it is the English version of another beautiful name, which is Cecilia.

However, Cecilia is not the only name out there that is somewhat like Cicely. Zandra, Cecily, Circe, Ekaterina, Frederica, Clementina, Annika, Honora, Philomena, Cameo, Easton, Elspeth, Austen, and Corin.

Cicely was used a bit in America in the 1970s. However, it has not been very popular since then.

8 Clancy

Some first and middle names were not derived from other names. However, there are also some pretty cool names that originally started out as a surname. But on the other hand, sometimes entirely new names were created from surnames, and that is where Clancy comes in.

This name has Irish and Gaelic roots. Furthermore, the meaning of it is “son of Flannchadh.” Furthermore, Flannchadh is an old Irish last name, and the meaning of it is “red warrior.” There are a couple of variations of Clancy, and they are Claney and Clancey.

7 Cornelia

A lot of well-known masculine names have some very beautiful feminine versions, and that is the case for Cornelia. This name is the feminine version of the name Cornelius.

This name originally comes from a Latin background. Furthermore, the meaning that is connected to the name Cornelia is “horn.”

Cornelia used to be quite a popular first name in America. In fact, many parents gave their children this name until after the year 1960, which is when it became much less popular. However, this name is still rather popular in Sweden.

6 Fergus

There are a lot of names that have a very rich history, and Fergus is definitely one of them. The name Fergus has Irish, Gaelic, and Scottish origins, and the meaning that is connected to it is “vigorous man.” Furthermore, this is also the name of a character in Irish mythology.

Fergus is not exactly a name that is heard often. However, there are still some other names that are somewhat like it. Some of them are Fergusson, Fearghas, Fearghus, Feargus, Fergie, and Ferguson. Fergus is also used as a last name.

5 Day

There are a lot of first, middle, and last names out there that have a very interesting and cheerful meaning to them. Day, which is a rare but beautiful first name, is no exception to this.

While many names have been around for hundreds or even thousands of years, there are also quite a few that are new. Day is one of them, and this name originated in the United States of America. Furthermore, the meaning of this name is “light and hope,” and it is used for both little girls and little boys.

4 Domino

There are a lot of names that are actually forms of other names, and that is where Domino comes in. Domino is an alternate form of Dominic.

Domino is quite unique, as it is not a very popular name. However, there are actually a lot of names that have a very similar sound to them. For example, some of them are Dominy, Dominie, Domini, Damiano, Yamino, Tino, Savino, Rufino, Romano, Pino, Orsino, Morino, Meino, Marino, and Lino are just a few of them.

Domino has Latin roots. The meanings of it are “master” and “lord.”

3 Dolly

This is not exactly unheard of name, but it was once much more popular than it is now. However, Dolly is a name that has been a part of the world of music for quite a long time due to the fact that Dolly Parton is such a famous country music singer.

This name has English roots, and the meaning of it is “gift of God.” In America, Dolly was a popular first name until the middle of the 1900s, which is when it started to see a major decline in popularity.

2 Fleur

There are a lot of names that do not sound much like any other names out there, and that is certainly true for Fleur. The name Fleur is one of the many names that were inspired by the beauty of nature. This name started out in France. Furthermore, the meaning of it is “flower.”

Fleur is certainly a name that stands out from the crowd. However, there are some other names that are a bit similar to it. Some of them are Magnolia, Andromeda, Iris, and Lavender.

1 Jacinta

Many of the prettiest and most unique names that have been created over time were originally inspired by flowers. Jacinta is one of them.

The name Jacinta has Spanish roots. Furthermore, the meaning of the name Jacinta is “hyacinth,” which is a Greek flower.

This is not a very popular name, despite how beautiful it is. However, there are still quite a few equally unique and gorgeous names that are similar to it. Some of the names that are a lot like Jacinta are Giovanna and Fran.

References: today.com, babynames.com, thinkbabynames.com, nameberry.com, behindthename.com

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