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22 Quirky Baby Names

Different... In a good way! Great if you're looking for a unique name for your bundle of joy... Or the story you're working on. - Created by Heival

  • Apollo

    Greek mythology name. The handsome son of Zeus and god of medicine, music and poetry. Also associated with NASA's Apollo program (the moon landing)

  • Atticus

    From Latin; meaning "from Attica".

  • Coco

    The nickname of French designer Coco Chanel.

  • Dove

    A bird, often associated with peace and the bird's cooing sounds of love.

  • Esther

    Of Persian origin, meaning "star".

  • Excel

    Meaning "a competitive man".

  • Fleur

    The French word for flower.

  • Florence

    From Latin; meaning "flourishing, prosperous" ->Flora

  • Franklin

    Of English origin; meaning "free landholder". Benjamin Franklin (one of the Founding Fathers of the United States), and U.S. presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Franklin Pierce bore the name.

  • Genesis

    The name of the first book of the Bible

  • Griffin

    Of Welsh origin; meaning "strong lord". Also a mythological creature, half eagle, half lion.

  • Imogen

    Of Celtic origin; meaning "maiden". Shakespearean printer's misspelling of the Celtic Innogen. Pronunciation: IM-eh-jen

  • Junior

    From Latin; meaning "young".

  • Juniper

    Tree name. Is mentioned in the Old Testament, was used in Renaissance paintings to represent chastity and has berries used to flavor gin.

  • Luna

    From Latin; meaning "moon". The name of the Roman goddess of the moon.

  • Major

    From Latin; meaning "greater".

  • Maximus

    From Latin: meaning "greatest". Was originally a Latin title of honor given to successful military commanders and later borne by several early saints.

  • Monaco

    Place name: Monarchy in the French Riviera.

  • Oceana

    Of Greek origin; meaning "ocean". The female form of Oceanus, the Greek god of the sea.

  • Odin

    Old Norse mythology name; the supreme Norse god of art, culture, wisdom and law who was handsome, charming and eloquent into the bargain. <Common Icelandic spelling is "Óðinn", pronounced Oath-enn.>

  • Olympia

    Of Greek origin; from Mount Olympus (home of the Greek gods)

  • Titus

    From Latin. In the New Testament, Titus was a trusted companion of St. Paul.