Aviaja is actually a Greenlandic name (originally spelled Aaviaaja).
I met a Cedar!!!! I was so happy, he wore the name perfectly! His mother was calling him C/Ce. He mde me fall in love with the name again, maybe I could try to convince DH again... ;)
A girl I know named her newborn son Canyon.
Was looking through the most popular names in Sweden in 2012 (because my neighbours in Sweden have a disturbingly great taste in names) and these were my absolute favourites (full list):
Boys: Oscar, Hugo, Alexander, Vincent, Theo, Edvin, Melvin, Alfred, Max, Sixten, Theodor, Felix, Gabriel, Samuel, Maximilian, Henry.
Girls: Maja, Alva, Wilma, Agnes, Olivia, Alicia, Ellen, Freja, Saga, Emilia, Astrid, Alma, Vera, Ester, Selma, Felicia, Matilda, Sofia, Nora, Filippa, Ingrid, Emmy, Vilda, Anna, Hedvig.
Also, some "unusual" gems:
Boys: Ville, Neo, Vilgot, Hampus, Vidar, Sigge.
Girls: Nova, Moa, Tuva, Lova, Emelie, Juni, Tindra.
Look at these gorgeous names and tell me the Swedes don't have an excellent taste in names, I dare you! :D