When it comes to choosing a name for a new little miss, people often search for unique baby girl names as a source of inspiration for their final name choice.
Another idea for developing a unique or unusual name is to incorporate old, cherished and traditional family names and give them new twists with different or unusual spellings.
Still other baby girl names are obtained by going to a dictionary and selecting a word that appeals to you.
Unique baby names are often sought by parents who are unwilling to have their daughter become another Jane, Linda or Mary.
They want her to have a name that is special and different. The newborn baby girl must be given a unique baby girl name to identify her forever from others.
There is always a great deal of excitement and in many families parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles, friends and well-wishers all sit together arguing and agreeing.
The search is on for unique baby girl's names.
In our search for unique baby girl's names we stumble upon as many names as there are stars in the sky.
The guiding forces are the family, societal compulsions and the trend of the times. Globalization has brought about a great levelling of cultures.
Orthodox societies are opening up to names from various corners of the globe making it a grand party with unique baby girl's names bobbing up and down written on colourful balloons.
Now we find names crossing the boundaries of nations and making their home in unusual places.
However, it is often difficult to come up with a truly unique name, as so many names have been used already, and when an unusual name is introduced it is almost always immediately used by others.
Looking for a unique baby girl's name? Here is a list. Write it down on slips of paper and jumble it up in jar. Take your pick.
There are names like Hannah, Emily, Alexis, Sarah, Lauren, Samantha, Britanna, Olivia, Alexandra, Alexandria, Nicole, Sydney, Destiny, Amanda, Megan, Rachel, Amber, Pearl, Diamond, Jade, Julia, June, Brooke, Katelyn, Brittany, Rebecca, Kaylee, Jenna, Makayla, Jordan, Sheila, Melanie, Mia, Courtney, Trinity, Sabrina, Autumn or Shanti.
If the preference is for rivers then the daughter might be named Indu after the mighty Indus, or Ganga, Kaveri or Narmada Tuli, Shakira, Enya, Lyric and Apple.
The rivers belong to planet Earth and are not the monopoly of any one nation.
These are all names that have been associated with celebrities and entertainers, and some of them also have roots in other cultures and countries.
Other names that have been used by movie stars or created for television characters which have gained recent popularity include Phazze, Sheena, Scout, Demps, Taylor, Addison, Sienna and Brooke.
One way to be assured of a unique baby girl name is by creating a name and spelling it the way you wish.
An example of some common names that take on a unique spin when spelled in new ways are "Emily", spelled as Emilee or Emmelie, "Mary" spelled Mari, Meri or Mairry, "Hannah" spelled Hana, and "Linda" spelled Lynnda.
Spelling is one true way to create a very unique name.
However, keep in mind that a problem you may encounter is that your child may have trouble getting others to spell her name correctly, or to have it correctly pronounced.
This can sometimes be distressing for some children.
You want to feel free to be unique and creative when naming your daughter, but think about how it may affect your child throughout her life.
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