7 Not-So-Common Baby Names You Should Consider

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Unusual can be good; in fact in most cases it's interesting, intelligent and completely "out of the box." The same could be said about unusual baby names. Chances are, many of you are looking for a baby name that is different. Something that is out of the ordinary, unique, one-of-a-kind, and yes, perhaps even a little unusual.

A couple of days ago, I set out on a quest to find baby names that you don't forget - in a good way. Click through for 7 boy and girl names that are all unusual, yet very appealing! - By Nadia Carriere

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