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The 10 Most Unique Baby Girl Names in 2019

The 10 Most Unique Baby Girl Names in 2019


The 10 Most Unique Baby Girl Names in 2019

The 10 Most Unique Baby Girl Names in 2019


Are you looking for the 10 most unique baby girl names in 2019?

If you’re looking for a rare name to give your daughter, look no further! These are some of the most unique baby names for girls, determined by the number of girls who were given those names this year and last year. We’re only halfway through the year, but it’s still safe to say that these names are incredibly unique or dated. Some of these names are even extinct, meaning zero babies have been given those names recently! Others were once popular, but are no longer.

Will you find your match amongst the most unique baby girl names for 2019?

  1. Olga

This Russian name is quite uncommon in America, ranking as the 5,227th most “popular” baby name in 2019. Only 15 babies per million born in 2019 were given the name Olga, which means “holy.” The name has increased in popularity over the past year, but it still remains a rarity.

  1. Abcde

Believe it or not, Abcde is a real name. There are at least 373 girls in the United States with this name, pronounced AB-si-dee. Abcde is the 14,639th most common name this year, and despite some “peaks’ in popularity, it has always been uncommon.

  1. Blanche

This once-common name is going extinct! Blanche is even less common than Abcde right now, with it being the 16,807th most given name in 2019. This German name was once popular, having peaked in the 1890’s.

  1. Bette

This Hebrew name may remind you of Betty Midler, though it was even rare when she was given that name – it peaked in the 1920’s. The 11,112th most “popular” name of 2019 means “God is my oath.” Although it may look like it could be pronounced BET-ee, it’s actually pronounced BET.

  1. Melon

This baby girl’s name is outrageously unpopular, with it being the 21,879th most commonly given name in 2019.  Only 2 babies per million receive this name on an average year. It’s shocking that this sweet name ranks so low on the list – will you be the one to make it trendy?

  1. Vanilla

Another sweet name to consider for your daughter is Vanilla. This name peaked in the 1900’s, and is now the 11,112th most “popular” name in 2019. Pair it with a vintage middle name to create a beautiful name your daughter will be proud of!

  1. Clove

This spice-inspired name seems to have fallen off the radar, with it being the 15,950th most commonly used name in 2014, but with no data beyond that. Clove has Latin and Old French origins and is perfect for families deeply rooted in nature.

  1. Porcelain

This dainty name was the 12,761st most commonly used baby name in 2017, but also appears to have fallen off the radar since then. The only data on this name is self-reported, making it exceedingly rare. The name Porcelain was given to 4 baby girls per million born in 2017.

  1. Quest

Are you on a Quest for the perfect baby name? This feminine name was the 16,807th most popular baby name in 2018. Although it’s rare, it moved up in popularity from the previous year. Quest’s meaning is obvious but can be interpreted however you wish.

  1. Raspberry

This fruity name was given to 5 baby girls per million who were born this year. It seems to be tied with the name Vanilla for the most commonly used name in 2019.  Raspberry is a fresh-feeling, unique name to give your daughter this year!

Anything can be a name, but not everything is used as a name. The fact that they’ve been used at all shows us that they aren’t all that bad, and perhaps we shouldn’t shy away from them. Take a chance on one of these names this year!

What do you think of this list of 10 most unique baby girl names in 2019 – which one would be your favourite?


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1 Comment

  1. July 10, 2019 / 6:26 pm

    I don’t think I could name a baby girl most of these. They’re a bit out there!
    I do like Bette though x

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