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  1. #11
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    Feb 2012
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    I recently came across a boy named Haven and a girl named Eowen (not siblings)

  2. #13
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    Mar 2011
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    Erm, not a ton, and yet, at the same time, I feel like I know more people with unusual names than normal/popular/trendy/dated ones. Erm, these are the ones off the top of my head:

    Eliora
    Elora and Clark (siblings)
    Ivelisse (went by Ivy, which is said like Evie)
    Raquel
    Milana
    Mariela
    Chloe (not unusual now, but it was almost out of the top 500 when she was born)
    Josephine "Josie" (popular on Nameberry, but she's the only one I know)
    Michael-Kellan (Michael's not that unusual, but I think Michael-Kellan is an intriguing double-barrel!)
    Mary-Grace (she was just the sweetest, I have really grown to like Mary-Grace since I met her!)
    Jordana and Sebastian (siblings)
    Anamaria
    Jacqueline, Judith, and Joanna (sisters--all in their early 20s/late teens, which strikes me as odd. I would expect a Judith to be in her 70s, not 21!)
    Brenna (surprisingly, I know quite a few of these, and it seems quite unusual to me...)
    Ariana
    Sarai (said like SAIR-ee, though, as opposed to sah-RYE)
    Ady (said like Addie. A boy, which really confuses me, Addie/Ady strikes me as very feminine! I don't think it was short for anything like Adrian, either...)
    Ashley | namenerd | Christian | storyteller

    my most precious darlings:
    Isabelle Aurora Grace "Bella"Casper Nathaniel Eden "Cap"

    the little ladies:
    Aurora Lively JaneGenevieve Simona Jane "Evie"Audrey Cosima Jane
    Olivia CalliopeGeorgina JulietEva Clemency

    the little gentlemen:
    Everett Sailor JackAmias Colin JackAvery Ignatius Jack
    Alexander Tollak "Sasha/Skandar"Grant EmersonGrayson Galileo "Gray"

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  3. #15
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    My sister has an awesome sibset: Jethro, Hazel, ETHNE, Talmage and Orrin. Hazel is way trendy but I've never seen another Ethne, Jethro, or Orrin.

    There is a lady in my church who has a son named Samurye--pronounced Samurai. I think it is awful, but of course, they didn't consult me.

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    297
    I forgot, my other sister has 6 kids but only 2 of her names are unusual: Devaney (girl) and Lynnaea (girl).

  5. #19
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
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    I recently met a little girl named Parke, probably one of the strangest I've come across.
    BOYS
    ♣ Alexander (Alec) ♣ Britton (Brit) ♣ Camden ♣ Grant ♣ Jonathan (Jem) ♣ Theodor (Theo) ♣

    GIRLS
    ♥ Cassandra/Cassia (Cass) ♥ Isabelle (Belle) ♥ Jessamine (Jessa) ♥ Marina ♥ Regina (Ren) ♥

    MIDDLES
    ♠ Archer ♠ Arrow ♠ August ♠ Branch ♠ Blue ♠ Everest ♠ Grey ♠ Nile ♠ North ♠ Quill ♠ Reef ♠ Ridge ♠ Rye ♠ Storm ♠ Thames ♠ West ♠
    ♦ Abbey ♦ Bay ♦ Claire ♦ Coral ♦ Cove ♦ Ireland ♦ Ivy ♦ June ♦ Olive ♦ Rome ♦ Story ♦ True ♦ Wren ♦

    Mama to a kitty named Arion Blu

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