Unique Male story name

Male names for babys that are unique (to me) they fit in a comprehensive list i cant find elsewhere
  1. Adelard
    • Alexei
      • Origin:

        Russian, Greek
      • Meaning:

        "defending men"
      • Description:

        Alexei could well join the legion of Alex names popular in the US. There are countless opportunities to liven up Alexander, and Alexei (or Alexey) is one of the most straightforward and appealing.
    • Andreas
      • Origin:

        Original New Testament Greek variation of Andrew
      • Meaning:

        "strong and manly"
      • Description:

        Andreas is a beautiful name, with the patina of an Old Master painting, one that could make a dashing namesake for an Uncle Andrew.
    • Apollo
      • Origin:

        Greek mythology name
      • Meaning:

        "destroyer"
      • Description:

        With mythological names rising, the handsome son of Zeus and god of medicine, music, and poetry among many other things might offer an interesting, if high-pressure, option.
    • Atticus
      • Origin:

        Latin
      • Meaning:

        "from Attica"
      • Description:

        Atticus, with its trendy Roman feel combined with the upstanding, noble image of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, is a real winner among boy names. Atticus entered the US Top 1000 in 2004 and is a firm Nameberry favorite.
    • Aurelius
      • Origin:

        Latin
      • Meaning:

        "the golden one"
      • Description:

        Since Aurelius was given the supermodel seal of approval by Elle Macpherson, this is one of the Roman emperor names, like Augustus, now in the realm of possibility. Like the female Aurelia and Aurora, Aurelius has a particularly warm golden aura.
    • Barnaby
      • Origin:

        English variation of Barnabas, Aramaic
      • Meaning:

        "son of consolation"
      • Description:

        Barnaby, a genial and energetic name with an Irish-sounding three-syllable lilt, is an ancient appellation that manages to be both unusual and highly attractive and deserves to be used more than it is. A sweet-spot name that's a real winner.
    • Bastien
      • Origin:

        French and Spanish, diminutive of Sebastien
      • Meaning:

        "person from ancient city of Sebastia"
      • Description:

        In this form, or as Sebastian or as Bas, Bastien is a fashionable Euro name with a possible future in America.
    • Brando
      • Origin:

        Italian variation of Brand
      • Meaning:

        "firebrand, sword"
      • Description:

        Screen legend Marlon's surname has loads more swagger than his first. But little Brando will forever have to endure jokes connected with the actor.
    • Callahan
      • Origin:

        Irish
      • Meaning:

        "bright-headed"
      • Description:

        Callahan, the simpler spelling of Callaghan, is a rhythmic jig of a name whose history harks back to the ancient King of Munster. In the Dirty Harry movies, the Clint Eastwood character is Harry Callahan.
    • Carlisle
      • Origin:

        English
      • Meaning:

        "from the walled city"
      • Description:

        This stuffy English surname and hotel name took on Twilight cool when attached to vampire Carlisle Cullen. Inspired by the character, it's more popular in this spelling than as Carlyle and more widely used for boys than for girls.
    • Casimir
      • Origin:

        Polish, Slavic
      • Meaning:

        "destroyer of peace"
      • Description:

        Casimir, a traditional name of Polish kings, could do quite well these days as we see the rise of Caspian, Cassius, Castiel, et. al. Like Leopold and Laszlo, Casimir is strong and worth considering if you've got an adventurous streak — and bet your son will too.
    • Cassius
      • Origin:

        Latin
      • Meaning:

        "hollow"
      • Description:

        Cassius, a Shakespearean name rooted in antiquity, is trending in a major way. It's one of a raft of Cas-starting names for both boys and girls, including Caspian, Cassian, and Cassia, that are enjoying a new moiment in the sun.
    • Cedar
      • Origin:

        English and French from Latin tree name
      • Meaning:

        "cedar tree"
      • Description:

        Cedar is, like Ash, Oak, Pine and Ebony, one of the new tree/wood names that parents are starting to consider; this one is particularly aromatic.
    • Cillian
      • Origin:

        Irish
      • Meaning:

        "war strife or church"
      • Description:

        Cillian is one of the native Irish names that, along with Aiden and Declan, is becoming an unlikely favorite in contemporary America. The Killian spelling has been more popular in the US, but Cillian's star is rising, perhaps thanks to Irish actor Cillian Murphy, star of Oppenheimer and Peaky Blinders.
    • Cobalt
      • Origin:

        Color and nature name
      • Description:

        Even among the range of blue names on the current baby naming palette -- Blue itself, Azure, Cerulean, Teal, Aqua, Cyan, Indigo -- Cobalt remains the most unusual, not to mention the most masculine.
    • Cosmo
      • Origin:

        Greek, Italian, English
      • Meaning:

        "order, beauty, universe"
      • Description:

        We all heard it on Seinfeld as the long-concealed first name of Kramer, then considered a punchline. Now some pioneering parents are embracing this expansive Greek name, which makes a creative and cool choice for a baby. Influential celebrity couple Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost chose it for their son, born in 2021, which will likely drive Cosmo up in popularity. In the UK, it currently ranks within the Top 1000 boy names and is trending upwards.
    • Cyprian
      • Origin:

        Greek
      • Meaning:

        "man of Cyprus"
      • Description:

        With a long and noble history -- Cyprian was one of the great Christian Latin writers -- this could make a highly unusual but meaningful choice.
    • Cyrus
      • Origin:

        Persian
      • Meaning:

        "sun"
      • Description:

        Cyrus is one of those surprising names that have always ranked among the Top 1000 boy names in the US. On an upward trend since the mid-90s, Cyrus now sits in that comfortable place between too popular and too unusual.
    • Comet