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What better way to express how special your pink bundle of joy is than by giving her an extra special name…something unique but definitely not weird name.

As much as we would like that perfect name for our little one, looking for unusual, unique but not weird name can be a bit of a challenge.

Others would choose to combine their parents’ names to honour their baby’s grandparents, or some may opt to combine both their names to remind them of their love in the eyes of their precious one.

But, if you think your folks’ names or your names do not fit to a T for your little angel, we have a selection of extraordinary but lovely names for your adorable girl.

Ainsley

From a surname that likely derived from a place name. Ainsley comes from two Old English worlds meaning “solitary clearing”.

Addilyn

Alexa

From a surname that likely derived from a place name. Ainsley comes from two Old English worlds meaning “solitary clearing”.

Allora

Amara

A West African name of the Igbo meaning “grace”, you’re unlikely to see this one that often.

Amity

Aria

A gorgeous Italian name meaning “song” or “melody”. Its literal meaning is “air”, which makes it all around a pretty choice.

Ariella

An elegant and wonderful form of Ariel, which means “lion of God” in Hebrew and is found in the Bible.

Arizona

Aubree

A more feminine version of the unisex name Aubrey, which itself is a French form of a German name meaning “elf power”.

Audrina

Audrina is another name that comes from Aubrey, but this time with the popular feminine suffix -ina. It’s a relatively new name, meaning it’s unique!

Autumn

A Season name that traces its roots back to Latin, this is a gorgeously unique name that’s not too out there.

Avery

This cute name comes from a Norman French surname that might mean “elf power” or “elf counsel”.

Aviara

Baylor

Baylor is a great unisex name that is definitely suited for girls as much as boys. It might come from an occupational surname.

Beatrix

Likely deriving from a Latin name meaning “voyager” or “traveller”, the spelling of this name was altered to be closer to that Latin for “blessed”. So pretty!

Beckett

A really lovely name that might have come from the Middle English word for “stream” or “brook”. It’s a more masculine name for girls, but it works.

Bette

Blythe

From a surname that means “cheerful” in Old English, this name is rarely seen nowadays, which is why we like it.

Bonnie

This cute name means “pretty” and comes from Scottish. The root of the word is actually French, and means “good”.

Brooklyn

Callista

Sometimes spelt as Calista, this name comes from the Late Latin period, and means “most beautiful”.

Cambria

A very unusual name that comes from the Latin form of the Welsh word for “the people”. Definitely, one you don’t see much!

Carine

Celeste

Italian feminine version of a Latin name that means “of the sky” or “heavenly”. How glorious!

Celine

Chanel

Claudia

An unusual female form of Claudius, which itself can be traced back to Roman times. Unusual, but far from weird.

Clara

Coming from a Latin name meaning “clear, bright, famous”, this moniker is sure to turn heads the right way.

Clementine

A French name that means “merciful, gentle”, this is really unusual in it’s feminine form, and definitely a name to consider.

Coco

Constance

Medieval form of Constantia, which means “steadfast”, this name comes from the Normans via England.

Cora

Latin version of a Greek name meaning “maiden”, which is linked to the Greek goddess Persephone.

Cressida

This unusual name has roots in Greek mythology, and Cressida even featured in one of Shakespeare’s works.

Dahlia

Comes from the name of a flower, which itself was named for a Swedish botanist. Although it does have links with a horrible crime, it’s still a lovely name.

Danica

Daisy

Another flower name, this summery moniker means your child will share their name with a white flower that means “days eye”.

Daneel

A unique name that might have links with the male name Daniel, you’re not likely to see this name that often.

Darby

Darcy

A unisex name that comes from an English surname via a French one. Popular with Jane Austen fans as it features in Pride and Prejudice.

Darina

Daveny

Davina

Delaney

Devon

Eden

Means “place of pleasure” in Hebrew, this is a Biblical name that is pretty unique, but not weird at all.

Effie

Eliana

Traces it’s history back to a Roman family name that comes from the Greek helios meaning “sun”.

Elise

A short form Elizabeth, this name is a great way to give a traditionally classic name with a uniquely modern twist.

Eliza

Another shortened version of Elizabeth, one that is particularly popular in Australia, that also has links in the theatre.

Elodie

A rare French name that might mean “foreign riches”, this is a precious moniker for your precious girl.

Esme

Means “esteemed” or “loved” in Old French, this name popped up in Scotland and has travelled considerably since then.

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Florence

Although known as an Italian name it actually comes from the Latin term meaning “prosperous, flourishing”, but it can be given to refer to the city or the nurse.

Fleur

Means “flower” in French, you probably recognise this one from the Harry Potter series, but it’s far from common.

Frankie

A more feminine version of Frank, or Frances, which basically means “Frenchman”. Short and punchy, we like it!

Floriana

Freya

An Old Norse name meaning “lady”, this name is one your daughter will share with the goddess of love, beauty, war and death in Norse mythology.

Georgiana

Feminine version of George, which itself comes from a Greek word meaning “farmer, earthworker”, it’s a delightfully unique title.

Giana

Gigi

Greer

Comes from a Scottish surname that itself is derived from the name Gregor, which means “watchful, alert”.

Greta

This rare name is the short form of Margareta, which comes from Margaret, and means “pearl”.

Hadleigh

A modern English name that is a likely variant of Hadley, meaning “heather field” in Old English.

Harlow

Harper

This name, made popular by the author, comes from an English surname belonging to people who played the harp.

Harmony

An English name that comes from the same word, which draws its roots all the way back to Greece.

Hazel

From the tree of the same name, or the light brown colour, this name first appeared in the 19th century.

Hermione

A once rare name popularised by the Harry potter series, this comes from the Greek god Hermes.

Hester

A Latin form of the name Ester, which is thought to mean “star” in Persian.

Honor

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Iona

This short and sweet moniker comes from the name of a Scottish island where a monastery was founded, and means “island” in Old Norse.

Imogen

Imogen was the name of a princess in a Shakespearean play, although it’s actually a spelling error that was never corrected.

Inez

Iris

Means “rainbow” in Greek, this name is one that your child might share with a lovely flower, and the human eye.

Isadora

A variant of Isidore, a name that comes from Greek and means “gift of Isis”, referring here to the Greek goddess.

Isla

A Scottish variant that traces it roots back to an island called Islay, that lies off the west coast of Scotland.

Jacintha

January

A rare English name seen only occasionally, this name is often given to children born in the same month.

June

Kaia

Kendall

Kendra

The feminine version of Kendrick, which itself likely means “royal power” or “bold power”.

Keren

Similar in look to Karen, but different in sound and spelling, this means “ray of light” in Hebrew.

Langley

Lark

Comes from the English word for the type of bird, a variety of songbird.

Lenore

A shortened form of Eleanore, this variety became very popular because of the Edgar Allen Poe work, The Raven.

Lennon

This unusual girl’s name comes from an Irish surname, but is usually given in reference to the member of the Beatles.

Lila

This name is a global one. In Sanskrit it means “play”, while in English and Arabic it traces it’s meaning to the word “night”.

Lucia

The feminine form of Lucius, a name that itself comes from the Latin for “light”.

Lulu

Short and simple this name traces back to either Louise in German, or the word for “pearl” in Arabic.

Luna

London

Comes from the name of the United Kingdom’s capital city, whose meaning remains unclear to this day.

Lourde

Lorelei

This comes from a Germanic name that means “luring rock” that is associated with a folk tale, but it was made popular by Gilmore Girls.

Lyric

Lyric comes from the same English word, and basically means “lyric, songlike”, tracing back to the Greek root.

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Mabel

This cute vintage moniker traces its meaning back to the Late Latin for “loveable”. Awwww.

Macy

Macy comes from an English surname that likely originally came from various towns in France named Massy.

Magdalena

Magnolia

Comes from the same English word which is a type of flower, named for a French botanist.

Marion

This French and English name traces it’s history back to Maria, the meaning of which is still uncertain.

Maren

A Danish form of the name Marina, which means “of the sea”.

Maxwell

Mila

This name was originally a shorted version of several Slavic names, and probably means “gracious”.

Mirabelle

Comes from the Latin word for “wonderful” it was first seen in the Middle Ages, but hasn’t been popular since.

Monroe

Oceana

Derived from the word Ocean, or the male name Oceanus, it refers to the body of water.

Octavia

Female form of Octavius, in Roman times it was often given to the eighth-born child, or when the number was significant.

Odell

This name comes from a surname that was once a place name, it means “woad hill”, with woad being a type of herb used for dying fabrics.

Olive

From the English word for the type of tree, that itself comes from Latin.

Olympia

A Greek name that is derived from the place name Olympos, the mountain where the Greek gods live.

Opal

The word originates from a Sanskrit word meaning “jewel”, but is given usually in reference to the gemstone.

Oriana

Could come from the Latin word for “gold”, this name was first seen in medieval legends.

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Paisley

This name comes from a Scottish surname that was at one point a town name. It also refers to a pattern most often found on fabric.

Paloma

A Spanish name that means “dove, pigeon”, which has never achieved popularity in Western countries.

Pandora

Pearl

An adorable vintage name that comes from the physically pearl from the shell of a mollusk.

Peyton

From an English surname that was originally a place name, the meaning is unknown.

Pixie

A popular culture name relating to the mythical creature that is similar to a fairy.

Poppy

This name comes from the red flower, a common remembrance symbol.

Primrose

Quinn

Raleigh

Comes from a surname that probably means “red clearing” or “roe deer clearing” in Old English.

Rayna

A name of Bulgarian origin, that likely means “happy, willing” in the Slavic tongues.

Reagan

This name comes from an Irish surname, but it is more closely associated with a US President.

Riley

A name with two sources. One an Irish name and another an English surname meaning “rye clearing”.

Rosalind

This name was originally a Germanic name, but now it is more commonly associated with the Latin phrase for “beautiful rose”.

Rumi

Sapphire

From the name of the gemstone, which is also the birthstone for the month of September.

Saffron

Refers to either the spice or the crocus flower that the spice is harvested from, and sometimes to the colour.

Sage

This name comes from an English word that refers to either a kind of herb or a wise person.

Scarlette

An alternative spelling to Scarlett, which came from a surname for someone who sold scarlet, a kind of cloth.

Sienna

This name is actually an English word meaning “orange-red”, but the word traces back to Italy because of the colour of the clay near the city of Siena.

Stella

Created by a 16th century poet for his collection of sonnets, this name means “star” in Latin.

Sydney

Comes from a surname that was a variant on the name Sidney, but also be given in relation to the Australian city.

Tallulah

Could mean “leaping waters” in the Choctaw language, it could also mean “town” and is the name of a waterfall in Georgia, US.

Tessa

Once a nickname for Theresa, which doesn’t have a clear meaning but could come from the Greek word for “summer”.

Theodora

From the male name Theodore, meaning “gift from god”.

Tilda

Short form of Matilda, a name that is Germanic in origin and means “strength in battle”.

Tilly

Another name that traces back to Matilda, this one mostly seen in England and Wales.

Tory

Trinity

Vera

Violette

Vivien/Vivian

Both of these variants come from the same Latin name, Vivianus, which itself comes from a Latin word meaning “alive”.

Whitney

Willa

The feminine version of William, a name that comes from elements meaning “will, desire” and “helmet, protection”.

Willow

From the name of the tree, which comes from an Old English word.

Wren

Comes from an English word for a small songbird.

Xandra

Yasmin

Yves

Zahara

Zoey

Variant spelling on the name Zoe, which means “life” in Greek.

So, take your pick!

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