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Coolest International Names

Here's an attempt to gather all of the coolest names from across the globe!! - Created by Starcatcher668

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  • Bo

    Originally a Norwegian nickname, this name would be cute as a full name also.

  • Mai

    A far-eastern pick, Mai could easily work in the States. Mai was also a character in the book The Wednesday Wars by Gary Schmidt.

  • Siri

    Despite Apple's new iPhone voice association, I find this name fun and unique. It comes from Norway.

  • Eilidh

    Pronounced Ay-lee, this Gaelic name is bound to cause pronounciation issues, but I had to include it on the list because of it's sound.

  • Anton

    This name sounds very Eastern-European, and a good alternative for heavier Antonio.

  • Ekaterina

    Another Eastern-European choice, for many it just appears as just another "Katrina" name. But with it's great meaning and sound, I think it deserves more attention.

  • Audra

    This name originates from the British Isles, and is overshadowed by Audrey.

  • Eleni

    A Greek name, Eleni has a peppier and more refreshing look and sound than Elena.

  • Gwendolen

    This name is rarely heard in the US; spelling variation Gwendolyn is far more popular. The name itself is Welsh and means "white circle".

  • Odette

    Occasionally heard in it's native country of France, Odette has an elegant feel that many of it's "ette" sisters lack. This may be because of the Swan Lake character.

  • Enzo

    Enzo is a shortened version of Lorenzo that has been attracting some attention lately. This name has an unique sound and deserves to be imported to the US.

  • Olivier

    A French name meaning "Olive tree", Olivier has more spice than English version Oliver.

  • Nikolai

    Nikolai is a great Russian twist on the more heard and overused Nicholas.

  • Bianca

    More familiar than many of the other names on this list, this Italian name meaning "white" has a very appealing (and livelier) sound.

  • Ilya

    A Russian twist on the more familiar Elijah, Ilya sounds very masculine and exotic - and due for some attention

  • Violetta

    This friller Italian variation of Violet has more life - and zest - in it.