Malheureuse/Malheureux is such a beautiful word. I also really like Parapluie (umbrella), Mélange (blend), Pamplemousse (grapefruit) and Escargot (snail).
Some beautiful Danish word names:
Kamille: Meaning "chamomile". Pronounced: kah-MILL-eh.
Lykke: Meaning "luck". Pronounced: LYK-kuh.
Lys: Meaning "light". Pronounced: LÜS.
Maddike: Meaning "maggot" (I know, gross, but beautiful word). Pronounced: (soft D's!!!) MAD-ikkeh.
Mejse: Meaning "titmouse". Pronounced: MAJ-suh.
Nellike: Meaning "cloves". Pronounced: NELL-ik-uh.
Nemesis: Same as in English.
Paprika: Same as in English.
Pil: Meaning "arrow". Pronounced: PEEL.
Svale: Meaning "swallow". Pronounced: SVAL-uh.
Vibe: Meaning "lapwing". Pronounced: VEEB-uh.
Vilje: Meaning "will". Pronounce: VIL-juh.
And lastly, some Greenlandic ones: Aleqa (older sister to a boy), Issiavik (chair), Nerrivik (table) and Pappiala (paper).
Ilma: It means "Air" in Finnish.
I know a Miette, she's 14 and wears it well. I have a word name apparently its egyptian but it is used in English. I don't do any languages so I'm not much help I do love Belle and Beau
My favorite is Sadiya. It means fortunate in Arabic. <3
I cannot think of any unusual ones at the moment, but I've always loved the name Breton, which is a language.