rare unique baby girl names

Super Rare, Unique Baby Girl Names 2

Rare, unique baby names are super trendy right now. Apparently, almost everybody is on the hunt for super uncommon names. But it can be difficult to find unusual baby names that aren’t overused. Since this post about 50 most rare, unique baby girl names gained incredible popularity, I collected some more one of a kind moniker. So this new collection of unusual baby names for girls lists only the rarest of uncommon baby girl names. Any of these 50 super rare, unique baby girl names with meanings has been used less than 500 times over the past 150 years in the U.S.. Therefore, you might finally find the perfect unusual baby name that can express the uniqueness of your precious baby girl.

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Super Rare, Unique Baby Girl Names Part 2

1. Oliana – Polynesian, oleander

2. Ardene – English, eagle valley

3. Channah – Hebrew, grace

4. Delyth – Welsh, pretty and blessed

5. Gravity – English, word name

6. Nolwenn – Breton, holy one from Noyal

7. Beline – French, goddess

8. Ashira – Hebrew, I will sing

9. Montrose – French, mountain rose

10. Poetry – English, word name

11. Aneko – Japanese, older sister

12. Sunniva – Scandinavian, sun gift

13. Tangier – English, name of a place in Morocco

14. Pedrine – Greek, rock

15. Tivona – Hebrew, lover of nature

16. Aduke – Yoruba, beloved

17. Reverie – English, word name

18. Gesine – German, strength of a spear

19. Avita – Latin, ancestral

20. Chandelle – French, candle

21. Mayberry – English, fictional place name

22. Herleva – Germanic, noble army

23. Tindra – Swedish, twinkle, sparkle

24. Romilly – English, of Rome

25. Fabrizia – Italian, craftsman, working with hands

26. Narelle – Australian Aboriginal, little river

27. Quintessa – Latin, fifth, quintessence

28. Edona – Albanian, loving, to love

29. Tamsin – English, twin

30. Galina – Russian, calm

31. Begonia – English, name of a flower

32. Cybele – Greek, mother goddess

33. Londra – Italian, London

34. Saga – English, word name

35. Alasne – Basque, miracle

36. Elocadia – Spanish, splendid brightness

37. Swanhild – Germanic, battle swan

38. Queensley – English, queen’s clearing

39. Thekla – Greek, glory of god, godly fame

40. Shenandoah – Native American, possibly “beautiful daughter of the stars

41. Hedda – Scandinavian, battle, war

42. Nimue – Celtic Mythology, name in the Arthurian legends

43. Liridona – Albanian, desire for freedom

44. Tansy – Greek, eternal life, immortality

45. Vendela – Scandinavian, a vandal

46. Norina – Italian, light

47. Domitille – French, having been tamed

48. Lethe – Greek, oblivion

49. Morwenna – Welsh, maiden

50. Ilaria – Italian, cheerful