8 Rare Baby Names You'll Completely Fall In Love With

This name, pronounced "NO-e," is a variant of the more popular Noah. You have the amazing meaning of the more well-known name (which means "rest" or "comfort") without having to worry about giving your child a name that everyone else has. 

Noe

The meaning of this lovely name is unknown, although one beautiful idea is that it originates from the Greek "meli," which means "honey." 

Melina

The name Niko is used as a variant of the considerably more well-known name Nicholas throughout Europe. While it is rather common in several countries, most notably Finland, Slovenia, and Croatia, this lovely moniker is still relatively uncommon in the United States. 

Niko

Cassandra is regarded as a Trojan princess in Greek mythology. Cassandra, the daughter of Priam and Hecuba, possessed the gift of prophecy and even predicted the fall of Troy, but no one believed her.

Cassandra

While many people associate Sage with girls, it is also becoming increasingly popular as a gender-neutral name. 

Sage

Renata is a popular name in Mexico, Chile, and other European nations, although it is uncommon in the United States. Its international flare makes it an intriguing baby girl name.

Renata

The name John Lennon has a lengthy history. It was an Anglicized variant of the Irish surname Leannáin, which means "descendant of Leannán."

Lennon

The name Viviana is not only more ornate than the name Vivian, but it is also far less frequent. Both names have a lengthy and historical history, as they are derived from the Latin root "vivus," which meaning "life." 

Viviana

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