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This list consists of literally any and all names I come across or think up that tickle my fancy. I will probably never use like 95% of these names for my own kids.
  1. Alexis-Juliana
    • Amber-Rosaline
      • Ariella Desirée
        • Bryce
          • Origin:

            Scottish surname
          • Meaning:

            "speckled, freckled"
          • Description:

            Bryce is the preferred spelling over Brice for both genders, with nearly 70 girls named Bryce in one recent year vs. only five called Brice. But note that there were over 3000 boys named Bryce and 240 named Brice, making this a predominantly male name. Actress Bryce Dallas Howard, daughter of director Ron, is the most notable female bearer of this name.
        • Dallas
          • Origin:

            Place-name in Scotland and Texas, or Irish
          • Meaning:

            "skilled"
          • Description:

            Dallas is a cowhand name that perhaps surprisingly has always ranked among the Top 1000 names for boys in the US, since records began in 1880, but has only been a Top 1000 girl name for the past decade (along with brief periods in the 1990s and in 1910).
        • Howie
          • Maximiliano
            • Origin:

              Spanish
            • Meaning:

              "greatest"
            • Description:

              This is a Spanish variation of Maximilian that has begun to gain some popularity. It has a luxurious feel -- maybe it's the suggestion of "millions"? -- but this is one of those Spanish baby names that come with Anglicized nicknames that can make it work across cultures.
          • Sawyer Reid