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Unique But Familiar Baby Boy Names

There is a fine line between choosing a cool unique baby name and a weird name, no one has ever heard of or knows how to pronounce. If you like to pick a unique, uncommon name for your new baby boy, you want to avoid names that are difficult to pronounce or hard to remember. Names that seem too outlandish or outrageous might make life a lot harder for your little one. That is why, an unique baby name that hasn’t been used too often, but is somewhat familiar to most people, appears to be a clever choice. These 50 uncommon, unique baby boy names with meanings have been used at least a 1000 times in the U.S. over the past 150 year, but are still very uncommon and unusual.

Unique, But Familiar Baby Boy Names

1. Richmond – Old French, rich hill

2. Dario – Italian, possessing well

3. Lambert – Germanic, bright land

4. Hamish – Scottish, supplanter

5. Graydon – English, gray hill

6. Briar – English, a thorny patch

7. Neville – French, new town

8. Ryker – German, rich

9. Isadore – Greek, gift of Isis

10. Gideon – Hebrew, feller, hewer

11. Slade – English, valley

12. Cillian – Irish, church

13. Roderick – German, famous ruler

14. Benson – English, Son of Benedict

15. Atticus – Latin, from Attica

16. Serge – French, servant

17. Norris – Old French, from the North

18. Conley – Irish, hero

19. Atlas – Greek, very enduring

20. Chandler – Old French, candle maker

21. Remington – English, settlement on a riverbank

22. Sullivan – Irish, dark-eyed one

23. Marlow – English, drift wood

24. Talmadge – Old French, knapsack

25. Samson – Hebrew, sun

26. Tarek – Arabic, the one who knocks on the door

27. Pierson – English, son of Piers

28. Rhys – Welsh, enthusiasm, ardor

29. Armin – German, universal

30. Tennyson – English, son of Dennis

31. Rupert – German, bright fame

32. Simeon – Hebrew, God is listening

33. Lamar – French, the pool, the sea

34. Zeus – Greek, Mythological Greek God

35. Trenton – English, Trent’s town

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36. Percival – French, the one who pierces the valley

37. Augustin – Latin , great, majestic

38. Eamon – Irish, wealthy protector

39. Angus – Scottish, one strength

40. Bruno – German, brown

41. Gustave – French, staff of the Goths

42. Tucker – English, fabric pleater

43. Merlin – Welsh, sea fortress

44. Nash – English, by the ash tree

45. Deangelo – Italian, from the angel

46. Jefferson – English, son of Jeffrey

47. Fergus – Scottish, man of force

48. Kendrick – English, royal ruler, bold power

49. Phineas – Hebrew, the Nubian, mouth of a brass

50. Hamilton – English, treeless hill