I heard a couple calling for an Ismay/Esmé a few weeks ago. (I think it was Ismay because that was how they pronounced it.)
I was in a Waffle House in Georgia with my friends on the way to Lake Lanier and heard parents calling their little boy Adonis.
I met a female Hunter the other day. I don't like it at all for either gender but it didn't work at all on her because she was so girly.
There was also someone at the park calling her little boy Orion which I love!
I'm from the UK and in a coffee shop recently I met a little Jim (his full name) nn Jimmy.
Today a man visited my church (I think he's a prospect for our new pastor) and his name was Moses! I was so excited to see one of my favorite names on an actual person besides Gwenyth Paltrow's son.
I am in the US and I have friends who named their two sons, Apollo and Atticus (3 and 6m).
My daughters name is Sepphiria.
I met a little girl called Ever the other day and I was slightly jealous because I couldn't get my DH on board with that one even as a middle name. I also met a baby BOY called Marlowe! I love it for a boy, he was about 15 months (ish) and he wore it so well!
I met a little girl (maybe 7) named Venice.
A few I have heard around, all under 10 years old:
Neve is interesting, and I think her parents chose it for it's Irish background.
I got back from freshman orientation for college yesterday. My student counselor at camp was named Collier, his grandmother's maiden name. I was in a small group with two Isabelles, which I thought was very interesting given the age group. The guys' names surprised me too; I met a few Nolans, Gavins, Owens, and Masons. Again, it was strange given the age group.
I also met my first set of quadruplets! My freshman class has a set of quadruplet boys, and they're apparently the first set my college has ever had. Their names were Phillip, William, Matthew, and Andrew.