These Unique Names Are Getting More Popular
How can a name be popular and unique at the same time?
It can sit at the top of second tier of 1000 most popular names, lying just out of sight beneath the much-publicized Top 1000, ranking Number 1001 to 2000 and used for an average of 100 to 200 babies a year.
Nameberry takes a first look at these Top Unique Names, which occupy a sweet spot for baby namers. Neither too trendy or too obscure, these names can offer the perfect balance looking for a middle ground between Emma and Emberlyn.
Unique Names Ready to Pop
Some names toward the top of the list seem to be swimming straight for the top, ready to break out when the 2019 tally of most popular names is released next May.
These unique names most likely to pop are:
The next group of names, a bit further down the list, may not be discovered yet, but they strike the right style note.
Unique Names You Never Heard Of
The list of Top Unique Names is also a place you can find names you never heard of before, but that you may be hearing a lot more of soon. And even if you’ve technically heard of some of these names, you might not be aware they’re floating up toward the Top 1000.
For more ideas, check out our new list of Top Unique Names.
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on December 9th, 2019 at 6:15 am
I love Beatrix, Cordelia, Shea, Alistair, and Cedar. I actually know a little girl named Ripley, and she is very cute, but the name is not my style.
on December 9th, 2019 at 9:34 am
Love Viola, Edmund, Eamon, and Cedar.
on December 9th, 2019 at 3:59 pm
Love Elodie, Alistair, Beatrix, Edmund, Vida and Finnick.
on December 9th, 2019 at 4:01 pm
Ripley is one of my gp names, but since my last name is occupational, I wouldn’t use it. Didn’t know that Viola, Tabitha, and Beatrix were out of the top 1000, they seem so familiar!
on December 10th, 2019 at 8:12 pm
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