That is a good way of spelling it I think. She was named for Gina Lollobridgitta an oldies actress
I know men named Coco, Shadoe and Teal. Yes, those are their legal names.
My friend named her daughter Scoutt. My cousin is Clarissa. I had a girl in my grade 9 English named Derian.
Let's see I know a....
Zebulon (goes by Zeb)
Christmas (don't know her well but I'm pretty sure she goes by Chrissy)
Matisse (she goes by Mattie)
The only ones I can think of at the moment are:
Girls- Cassava (like the tuber plant. It's a pretty name though, and I see the appeal of smooshing Cassidy/Cassia/Cass- and Ava), Amaryllis, little girl Gladys and older preteen sister Gertrude, Theora
Boys- Vitus, Nabil, Kenzo, Febrian, Arne
not that the name itself is unusual, but one of my high school classmates named her daughter Hunter. My cousin has a friend named Texana. The church I go to has a daycare and there was a little girl there named Dimple. I have another friend who's son is Dan Earl (fn/mn) and my cousins are Ken and Gregg. Lastly, a local news personality is named Chikage...pronounced kind of like Chicago, but the end is a long A. Not my style, but it's certainly unigue. That's all I have...for now!
There are some girls at my nieces school named Aysia, China, and Tasia, and my niece is named McKeni Faith. I know a young lady named Adarienne and her sister Acazia. I think those are pretty unusual.
I work in childcare and some of the...more unusual names I can think of are