Top 36 Unusual And Eccentric Baby Names For Boys And Girls
Shoshanna is a Hebrew variation of Susannah and means both ‘lily and rose.’
Ines is the Portuguese version of Agnes. It’s associated with the real story of the thwarted lovers King Peter of Portugal and Queen Ines of Castro.
Zosia is a Greek variant of the name Sophia. David Mamet, the famous playwright, had given this name to his daughter.
24. Poppy Honey:
This name is too sweet to digest. The celebrity chef Jamie Oliver bestowed this name on his daughter.
Ebba is the feminine version of the name Eberhard. The name is currently enjoying widespread popularity along with names like Emma, Ada, and Ella.
Names with loads of vowels are in now. And when it comes to baby girl names, you can never go wrong with double, or even triple vowels.
The name Audrianna is a combination of Audrey and Brianna. One of the most eccentric names it is.
Baileigh is a more elaborate version of Bailey. We must say it is a great way of making a too common moniker unique.
Inspired by one of her husband’s bandmates, Gwyneth Paltrow named her daughter Apple.
Destination baby names are way more popular than ever now.
For baby girls, virtue names like Grace and Faith have stood the test of time, but we are now seeing a resurgence of other virtue names as well.
There’s a growing trend of naming the children after something special.
Sylvester Stallone named her daughter Sage Moonblood. Would you use this eccentric last name for your daughter?
Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw’s daughter’s name falls somewhere between destiny and destroy.
Yes, we know that babies are very cute and you always want them to be close to you. But that, in no way means you will name them Satchel.
Moon Unit is the name of the legendary musician’s daughter.