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Children's names

What are your different Children's names? (Nothin Common) I like names a bit different but not ridiculous haha after boy and girl names. Thanks mums!!

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Caralie pronounced Cara-Lee it’s Gaelic

 I love this!
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Greer or Briar Rose for a girl
I love the name Greer

 I love Greer it’s so old timey and not so common. Beautiful name!!
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 I automatically think Germaine Greer when I see that name .
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Lux - unisex name - I love it and always wanted to use it but it was too out there for my husband

Girls:
Odette
Clara
Genevieve
Cecilia

Boys:
Hugo
Quinn
Avery
Montague


Nyjah and Aaron , Aaron is different just not common.
Our little girl who was still born was naia. We got/get so many compliments on her name.

 Our boy in my belly will be oden.
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 Aaron is common as FK!!
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 Oden is a Japanese soup and if you change it to Odin he’s the god of war. Sorry not a fan
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 Oden? Poor kid.
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 You’re thinking Udon for Japanese noodles not Oden
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 Lol lucky it’s not your kid and lucky I’m not Japanese lol.
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 I’v been a school teacher for 18 years and have only ever had 1 Aaron.
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 There were 3 in my class
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 Yes I knew a few my age too but under 30 yo Aaron isn’t as common
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 Lol I just google it in 2018 it made its way into the top 100 names at 98.
After many years absent from said list lol.

175 boys last year were named Aaron lol.
Not what I would consider “common”

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 ^she's right, it's not udon that she means. But most people wouldn't know it, so I wouldn't see an issue with naming a kid.

Oden is a type of nabemono, consisting of several ingredients such as boiled eggs, daikon, konjac, and processed fishcakes stewed in a light, soy-flavored dashi broth. Oden was originally what is now commonly called misodengaku or simply dengaku; konjac or tofu was boiled and eaten with miso.

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 Not UDON noodles idiot google it DescriptionOden is a type of nabemono, consisting of several ingredients such as boiled eggs, daikon, konjac, and processed fishcakes stewed in a light, soy-flavored dashi broth. Oden was originally what is now commonly called misodengaku or simply dengaku; konjac or tofu was boiled and eaten with miso.
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 ^ settle petal , she also (rightly) pointed out most people don’t know about the Japanese noodles and it’s a very common name in Nordic countries so if you’re going to take from other countries to justify your opinion than, if you go from Sweden than it’s no different to Oliver or Luke.
I have an Odinn, I am from Sweden and People have remarked since he was a young boy how nice his name is. I see more and more odins around. I must admit at first I didn’t like how harshly Australians say it, but it’s still a lovely strong name.

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 Oden is a strong, gorgeous name. I had the biggest crush on oden at school though haha all the odens I know have sandy or white blonde hair, tan skin and beautiful blue eyes and are all the most handsome little boys and they all coincidently have been very sweet natured, easy going and athletic. So my impression of the name is very good.
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 Odin? I keep going back to the avengers
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I like hippie nature names like Fern, Moss, Pearl, Cedar, Ember. My husband wasn't keen so we didn't use them but I still think they're beautiful.

 I think they are beautiful too especially Ember and Pearl and Cedar
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Malachi pronounced mala-a-kai (it's hebrew)
Oran
Bo (girl pronounced bow)
Nixon

 Never seen Oran before for a kid only one grown man I know
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 There are two kids called Malachi pronounced that way in my daughters class.
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 I've heard it recently for a baby
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https://www.stayathomemum.com.au/my-kids/babies/100-unique-unisex-baby-names/