Finding a unique or unusual name for your newborn baby girl may seem like a daunting task. There are a seemingly endless number of names, so it can still be challenging to find one that has rarely been used.
Below, you can find a list of some of the top picks of the most unusual and rare baby girl names;
Arya: Arya Stark was a beloved character on the show Game of Thrones, but you can also spell it Aria, a solo song often found in operas.
Delilah: Of Hebrew origin, this name means to "delight or to flirt".
Annika: If you like the name Ann/Anne but want something more unique, this is the Swedish version that means "grace."
Yara: Of Arabic origin, meaning "small butterfly".
Erin: Of Irish origin, this name means "from the island to the west" and is the Gaelic name for Ireland. Eire, the goddess of Ireland, is a more traditional variation of the name.
Isla: The name Isla is Scottish and derived from Islay, an island off Scotland. In Spanish, "isla" translates to "island."
Oceane: A French name meaning "ocean."
Jael: Of Hebrew origin, this unisex name is especially popular for Capricorns as it means "mountain goat". Jael was also in the Bible as a strong woman who killed Sisera, commander of the Canaanite army, in his sleep.
Cara: This name is sweet and straightforward. In Irish, it means "a friend."
Luisa: Of Italian origin, this classic name means "renowned warrior".
Presley: A unisex name made famous by Elvis Presley, it's also an English name that means "priest's meadow".
Kallie: A variation of 'Kallie' meaning "beautiful" in Greek.
Elena: Of Spanish, Latin and Greek roots, this name means "bright shining light".
Frida: An artsy name bringing to mind the famous painter Fida Kahlo.
Vida: Of Spanish origin, meaning "Life".
Lulu: Of Arabic origin and means "pearl."
Alma: Popular in the late 1800s means "nurturing" and is also Spanish for "soul."
Ever: A unisex name that sounds and feels timeless because it means "always and eternal".
Minnie: A popular vintage name in the 1880s, meaning "of the mind, intellect".
Juno: Of Latin origin, meaning "queen of the heavens". Juno was the protector of marriage and women and patron goddess of Rome.
Danica: Of Slavic origin, meaning "morning star".
Mona: Of Irish origin, meaning "noble good", it also brings to mind da Vinci's Mona Lisa painting.
Sloane: Of Irish origin, meaning "raider".
Lyric: A musical name based on the Greek word meaning "lyre".
Indigo: A deep blue-purple colour meaning "Indian dye" in Greek.
Radix: Meaning "root" in Latin, or this name could also come from the Slavic name "rad", which means "happy and willing".
Harmony: Of Greek origin, meaning "unity" or "blended".
Adora: Of Latin origin, it means "adored" and so unusual that it doesn't make it into the top 1000 baby names.
Dakota: Of Native American origin, meaning "friendly one".
Lucia: Of Spanish and Italian origin, meaning "light".
Avery: This name has a mythical meaning, "ruler of elves".
Maeve: Of Irish origin, meaning "bringer of great joy" or "enchanting one".
Violet: Referring to both the flower of the same name and the purplish colour.
Lola: Meaning "lady of sorrows" in Spanish.
Zada: Of Arabic origin, meaning "fortunate, prosperous".
Natalia: Of Russian origin, meaning "birthday of the Lord", perfect for a baby born around Christmas.
Clara: Of Latin origin and meaning "bright, clear".
Adelaide: From the Germanic name Adalheidis meaning "noble natured".
Stella: Of Latin origin, meaning "star".
Liana: A French name meaning "to climb like a vine".
Enya: The Anglicised version of the Irish name Eithne, meaning "fire" this name would be perfect for an Aries baby!
Zadie: This Hebrew name means "princess".
Athena: Of Greek origin, meaning "goddess of wisdom and war".
Story: Hugely unique this name is perfect for the daughter of a creative type or a literary lover.
Verity: Of Latin origin, meaning "truth".
Zara: Of Arabic origin, meaning "blossoming flower, splendour, dawn".
Florence: A Latin girl's name that means "flourishing and prosperous".
Bella: Of Italian origin, meaning "beautiful".
Zahara: Of Swahili origin, meaning "flower" and "to shine".
Darya: Of Russian and Persian origin, meaning "the sea".
Sansa: Of Sanskrit origin, meaning "praise, charm".
Audrey: Meaning "noble strength" and perfect for the daughter of any Audrey Hepburn fans.
Coco: An abbreviation of Socorro meaning "help" in Spanish.
Iris: A flower name meaning "rainbow".
Margot: A French name meaning "pearl", you can also use the alternative spelling Margo
Blythe: Means "happy, carefree".