Of course you want to give your beautiful baby-to-be a beautiful baby name! You just might find the one in these exotic and unusual picks.
While its meaning of "man from Adrian" is nothing to write home about, there's something special about the dashing Adriano... Read More
Break through the sea of Emily's with Amelie. Pronounced like AH-mill-ee, this French name is beautiful and feminine and... Read More
This Italian name is most associated with Dante's Inferno, part of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. Inferno details the... Read More
Italian: Defender of mankind; feminine form of Alexander
Rocco has earned a reputation as a tough guy name, thanks to legendary boxers Rocky Marciano and Rocky Graziano—they... Read More
Italian: God is gracious; variant of Jane
Portuguese: Pure; form of the Greek Catherine
Scandinavian: Gift of God.
Welsh: Gift of God.
Scandinavian: Son, descendant; According to Norse legend, Viking Leif Ericson landed his longboat on North American shores some 500 years...
Scandinavian: Pure; abbreviation of Katherine
Italian: Cheerful, lively
African: Exalted (Urdu)
African: God the highest (Swahili)
Egyptian: High born
African: Born in prosperity (Swahili)
Egyptian: Born to wealthy parents
Hebrew: Garden, orchard, vineyard; Mount Carmel in Israel is considered a paradise.
English: Form of Evelyn. Life.
Hawaiian: Righteous one, proper one
English: Origin unclear; possible variant or blend of Ava, Anna, or Aviva
Greek: Of the universe
Hindi: Signifies a Hindu deity or superior being
Sanskrit: "Black," "dark," or "dark blue"
Japanese: True or straight and benefit or reason
German: Pledge, oath
Arabic: Lively; Aisha was the Prophet Mohammed''s favorite wife. Aish means food, wheat, or bread; it is symbolic of the sustenance...
Arabic: Premature child
German: Resolute protector, a short form of Wilhelmina
Dutch: From the bridge
Hindi: A good sign; a goddess of good fortune and wife of Vishnu
Egyptian: Most powerful of the female Egyptian goddesses, she was consort and sister to Osirus, mother of Horus, and is usually depicted...