Cute and Unique baby names

Ahhhhhhhh, sooooo many babies. These are the cutest names for baby (in my opinion ), Image naming twins Sailor and Usagi (Sailor Moon) sooooo cute!!!!
  1. Aiden
    • Amica
      • Avery
        • Banks
          • Oaks
            • Renzo
              • Abacas
                • Ami
                  • Origin:

                    Japanese, Sanskrit, or variation of Amy
                  • Meaning:

                    "second beauty; second ocean; second truth; nectar; beloved"
                  • Description:

                    A multicultural unisex choice that peaked for girls at the same time as Amy. Ami is also the French word for "friend."
                • Annastazia
                  • Archie
                    • Origin:

                      Diminutive of Archibald, Teutonic
                    • Meaning:

                      "truly brave"
                    • Description:

                      Archie made global news as the surprise first name of the newborn royal baby, son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aka Harry and Meghan. Archie has now officially transcended Archie Bunker and Riverdale's Archie to take the, um, throne as the quintessential retro nickname name.
                  • Clio
                    • Origin:

                      Greek
                    • Meaning:

                      "glory"
                    • Description:

                      Clio is the name of the ancient Greek mythological muse of history and heroic poetry, one that is rich with modern charm and would make an intriguing choice, especially thanks to its dynamic o-ending. Unlike the sound-alike Cleo, which brings up visions of Cleopatra, Clio is very much a stand-alone name.
                  • Flynn
                    • Origin:

                      Irish
                    • Meaning:

                      "descendant of the red-haired one"
                    • Description:

                      Flynn, a charming Irish surname, is still used only quietly, despite its easygoing, casual cowboy charm, unlike Finn which is a star of this genre. Flynn was the choice of Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr for their baby boy, and is also the middle name -- used as his first -- of a son of Miranda's fellow supermodel Elle Macpherson, of Gary Oldman's son Gulliver and Marley Shelton's daughter West.
                  • Gene
                    • Origin:

                      Diminutive of Eugene, Greek
                    • Meaning:

                      "wellborn, noble"
                    • Description:

                      Like Ray, a formerly funky nickname name that is newly cool. Comedian Amy Schumer used it for her son.
                  • Isobel
                    • Origin:

                      Scottish variation of Isabel
                    • Meaning:

                      "pledged to God"
                    • Description:

                      The Scottish spelling of Isabel has a definite character of her own, the 'o' giving her an extra infusion of strength but also an element of confusion. How do you pronounce that? Answer: Exactly like Isabel or Isabelle.
                  • Jean
                    • Origin:

                      English and Scottish, from French variation of Johanna
                    • Meaning:

                      "God is gracious"
                    • Description:

                      Originally a feminine of John, Jean was popular in Scotland long before it found favor elsewhere, and had its most shining moment here in the era of Jean Harlow (born Harlean), ultimate symbol of silver screen glamour. Now, though there are many grandmas and even moms with the name, it doesn't seem all that baby-friendly. Though that could change, and Jean could join Jane.
                  • Kyngston
                    • Origin:

                      Variation of place-name Kingston
                    • Description:

                      Substituting a y for an i is becoming an increasingly common way to make a name "unique". Kyngston, a variation of the place-name Kingston which means "king's town," is one such y-ification that has become increasingly popular over the past decade. But when turning a word or a place into a first name, the classiest route is always to stick with the original spelling.
                  • Marlo
                    • Origin:

                      Modern invented name
                    • Description:

                      Perky, pretty nickname name that seems to have been invented by or for Marlo Thomas, who was born Margaret. Hipster mommy blogger Dooce named her newborn daughter Marlo Iris and comedian Rob Corddry named his daughter Marlo Stevenson.
                  • Otis
                    • Origin:

                      Variation of Otto, German
                    • Meaning:

                      "wealthy"
                    • Description:

                      Otis has real appeal for parents attracted to its catchy O initial and combination of strength and spunk. The appealing hero of the British TV show Sex Education has done much to propel Otis into the forefront of cool names.
                  • Raven
                    • Origin:

                      Word name
                    • Description:

                      Make that bird name, and while it does work for both genders, it's far more popular for girls, via Raven Symone.
                  • Reese
                    • Origin:

                      Welsh
                    • Meaning:

                      "ardor"
                    • Description:

                      The sassy, steel magnolia appeal of Oscar-winning Reese (born Laura Jeanne—Reese is her mother's maiden name) Witherspoon has single-handedly propelled this formerly boys’ name into girls' popularity.