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#1 Barbie


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Posted 30 July 2013 - 04:14 PM

Unique baby girl names
Aleta: Winged

Amity: Friendship, harmony

Aria: A tune for a single voice with instrumental accompaniment

Avalon: Island from the Arthurian legend, famous for its apples

Betony: This is a common name for a plant that yields gorgeous purple flowers.

Daelyn: Small valley

Diantha: Modern blend of Diana, which means divine huntress and Anthea, which is a flower

Fallon: Descended from a ruler

Jennyver: White wave

Kiba: Protected

Oriana: Blonde

Pascale: Born at Easter

Perrin: Feminine form of Peter, which in turn means rock

Reveka: Captivating

Solaine: Dignified

Umbra: Darkest point of a shadow

Xyris: Beautiful yellow-flowering plant

Zenith: The point in the heavens directly above you


Unique baby boy names
Axiom: Self-evident truth

Berrin: Bear

Chroma: Intensity or purity of a color

Daxton: This is a reference to the French town Dax

Fain: Joyful

Granger: Farmer

Madrigal: A type of Italian musical composition dating from the Renaissance, featuring voices unaccompanied by instruments

Marston: From the farm by the pool, or the town by the marsh

Morrow: A shortened form of "tomorrow"

Motega: New arrow

Nealon: Champion

Rexton: Variant of Rex, which means lord, king or chieftan

Rowan: This name can be used for a boy or a girl and means little red head

Seldon: From the willow valley

Severin: Stern

Tabbart: Brilliant

Taro: Big boy

Varden: From the green hill

Welkin: The sky


I thought that some were kind of cool.

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 06:44 AM

From the girls, I like DIANTHA and FALLON. From the boys DAXTON, MARROW, FAIN, REXTON, and AXIOM are all neat.

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 08:10 AM

I've heard of Perrin before but used on a boy; same with Pascale, actually it's a surname way back on my family tree which was used later as a first name for boys in my family.

I really like Aleta from the girls list and Madrigal, Marsden, Morrow, Nealon & Rowan from the boys. However, I think I'd like Madrigal and Morrow more for a girl.

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