100 Best Cool Unusual Boy Names Now
Cool unusual boy names are the ones that give you that “Wish I’d thought of that first!” feeling. They’re names with genuine roots, straightforward spelling and pronunciation, in-step with current trends – but that barely anyone is using.
Read on for our brand new updated A-Z of the 100 best cool unusual boy names right now!
We’ve limited the field to those given to ten or fewer babies in the most recent year, meaning that a boy with any one of these names is highly unlikely to ever meet another. In fact, several of these cool unusual boy names were absent from last year’s list entirely.
Tell us your favorites below – and let us know what other cool unusual choices you’d nominate for this list!
100 Best Cool Unusual Boy Names
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Sophie Kihm Said
on November 9th, 2020 at 9:31 am
I’m always surprised that Fielder and Rafferty aren’t used more (in the US).
Emma Waterhouse Said
on November 9th, 2020 at 10:13 am
Agreed, I would love to meet more little Raffertys! My favourite nickname for it – Rafa – could have made this list as well.
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