aj28 asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 1 decade ago

Need help with unique names!?

I am pregnant with my second child, right now I don't know whether it is a boy or girl, but I need some name advice. I keep thinking about using names from our ancestorial hertiage. I am irish, english, and scottish. He is native american, yugoslavian, and german. There are probably a few more in there, but those are the main ones. Please help. Thanks

Update:

Oh yes. My daughters name is Bailee, and we have a last name of french-canadian origin.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    These are my favorite names

    For a boy

    Hunter,

    Jason,

    Zachary,

    Cody,

    Keith,

    Nathan,

    Dylan,

    tanner,

    Ephram,

    Austin,

    Trevor,

    Canyon,

    Kenneth(Kenny),

    Zeeshan,

    Ryan,

    Elijah,

    Parker,

    Jacob,

    Kevin,

    Nathaniel,

    Ryan,

    Isam,

    Elliot,

    Cameron,

    Carter,

    Ian,

    Zander,

    Colin,

    Zahir,

    Kyle,

    Cory,

    logan,

    Hamza,

    Owen,

    dawson,

    seth,

    nadim,

    Andrew,

    Jordan,

    Aaron,

    And for a Girl

    Fatima,

    rachel,

    Naima,

    Kylie,

    Jessica,

    Zara,

    Tara,

    Adeeba,

    Afra,

    Lauren,

    Maya,

    salima,

    Noor,

    Lindsay,

    Rory,

    Raja,

    Farook,

    Amina,

    Samia,

    Alison,

    Riley,

    Ashley,

    Halima

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  • 1 decade ago

    Cleo, Zolia, Olga, Rachel, Jaime, Thomas, Mitchell, Martha, Daniel, Tyler, Sebastian, Mackenzie, Matthew.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I love the name Hailey for a girl, some other ideas are; Laina,Karah, Juliet, or Kaylee. We are still trying to find a boys name we like, so far we are considering; Sean, Alex, Holden, Hayden, Aiden or Yannick.

    I don't know how unique they are, but hopefully you find a couple you like. Grats on the new baby :).

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    An Irish girl name I like is Alana. It's not very common. Go on a babyname website and search for same of your heritage. Good luck.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I have always been told that you should not give a boy a unique or weird name because socialy it be a disadvantage to a boy and may make him one of the weird or outcast boys, but with girls its the oposite a unique name gives a higher social standing, Plus my name is Shalaina (cha,lane, a) and have always been the only one and everyone knows who i am.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Elspeth, Colleen, Lisbeth, Elisabeth, Shannon, Cait, Greta, Gretchen, Ingrid, Helen, Gertrude, Helga, Heidi

    Alastair, Angus

    I think a name (first and middle) that combines your ethnic heritage and your husbands would be really nice. You have alot to choose from-Good Luck

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  • 1 decade ago

    I really like these...

    BOY: Dean, Halden, London, Quinn, Quintin

    GIRL: Talia, Kiana, Katya

    BOY/GIRL: Avery, Teeghan, Avery, Sailor, Cameron, Nikki....

    Good luck :)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Macey, Madelline, Medieval (ancient times), BossaNova (made it up), Mint (made it up), Jasmine (flower pro-nounced Jazz min), Secret 1st name, middle name Society.

    Other middle or 1st names: Iris (flower), Misty, Peony (flower), Rose (flower), Candy, Grace, Gretel, Elvira (Oak Ridge Boys country song), Francine, Sherri.

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  • 1 decade ago

    hope this helps stole my name! my name's Adele!

    i love Adele and since it's french you have to have an accent like this Adèle see?actually I'm Irish, English, and Scottish too. really weird...any way i like

    Adèle (duh)(German and French)

    Adelaide(German)

    Addison (English)

    Cecily(Irish)

    Gordon(English)

    Shelby(English)

    Mckenzie(Scottish)

    Kayin(Yugoslavian)

    Louise(German)

    Marlene(German)

    Sorry I couldn't think of any more. Congratualtions, good luck, and happly holidays!

    Source(s): Various baby names websites
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It's good to be original but don't name your child something that will scare them and they will either get a daily beating by there schoolmates or end up in therapy.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I've always liked the name Ryder for a girl, and Landen, or Fallen for a boy.

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