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Super Rare, Unique Baby Boy Names 2

The demand for unique baby names that aren’t overused is on the rise. After publishing 50 most rare, unique baby boy names in this post, which gained huge popularity, I was asked for an encore. So here it is! This new list of unusual baby names for boys contains only the rarest of uncommon baby boy names. Any of these 50 super rare, unique baby boy names has been used less than 500 times over the past 150 years in the U.S.. That is why, it is almost guaranteed you won’t meet anyone who gave their baby the same name you might pick for your little boy. Some of these names might appear quite exotic, but they are one of a kind. Definitely the right pick for anyone who is looking for a noteworthy name out of the ordinary.

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Part 2 Super Rare, Unique Baby Boy Names

1. Hadrien – French, from Hadria

2. Garvey – Irish, rough peace

3. Banning – Irish, fair one, blond child

4. Raynor – Norse, mighty army

5. Vitus – Italian, life

6. Tearlach – Gaelic, man, manly

7. Findley – Scottish, fair-haired warrior

8. Almiro – Portuguese, famous and noble

9. Gambit – English, word name

10. Levente – Hungrian, will be, being

11. Culver – English, dove

12. Torben – Danish, Thor’s bear

13. Ayo – Yoruba, joy

14. Ottocar – German, wealthy and vigilant

15. Sorley – Irish, summer sailor

16. Tides – English, word name

17. Calloway – Irish, pebbly place

18. Argo – Greek Mythology, Name of Jason’s ship

19. Kingsford – English, place name

20. Taneli – Finish, God is my judge

21. Barnaby – Old English, son of encouragement

22. Malte – German/Danish, Ruler

23. Danyon – Dutch, God is my judge

24. Grigoris – Greek, watchman

25. Mingus – Swedish, belonging to the lord, of the lord

26. Thelm – Greek, will

27. Liridon – Albanian, desire for freedom

28. Cagney – Irish, tribute

29. Bolden – English, to embolden

30. Matek – Croation, gift of God

31. Jordany – Hebrew, flowing down

32. Abacus – Greek, word name

33. Penrod – German, famous commander

34. Finbar – Irish, fair-haired

35. Gratton – Old English, great hill

36. Banyan – Indian, name of a fig tree, national tree of India

37. Joris – Frisian, earth worker, farmer

38. Carbry – Irish, charioteer

39. Danner – German, dweller near the fig tree

40. Xavius – Dutch, new house

41. Sandalio – Spanish, true wolf

42. Grove – English, word name

43. Lacroix – French, the cross

44. Balin – Hindi, mighty warrior, soldier

45. Felinus – Latin, cat-like

46. Delmore – French, of the sea

47. Rexland – English, land of the king

48. Omero – Italian, pledge

49. Tay – English, tailor

50. Gabin – French, from Gabii (a place in Italy)