Parents are opting toward more unique baby names now more than ever. According to our baby survey of over 400,000 parents, many responded that they want to avoid the top 10 baby names. Many parents don't want their child to be "one of five Aidans in his class."
Choosing a unique baby name requires considering your child’s future individuality while also keeping in mind situations where an uncommon name may affect them, such as in school or work situations… think about the ease of spelling and pronunciation for these types of settings.
Here is a list of the more unique baby names curated by millions of BabyNames.com members. These names were highly rated, but are not in the top 100 in U.S. births.