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Rare girl names

You are expecting offspring and are looking for an unusual, perhaps unusual, maiden name for your baby that not many know? Then make a conscious decision against one of the currently widespread fashion names such as Mia, Emma, ​​Paula and Lea for your little girl when choosing. Traditional names like Maria, Anna, Charlotte and Sophie are also beautiful, but they are often represented.

Great importance has always been attached to the choice of names for newborns. In order to find a rare maiden name for your child that sets itself apart from the others, rely on individuality and do not fall into the zeitgeist trap. As rare and unusual as the maiden name may be, there is no such thing as a false name. Rely on your intuition when choosing a name, think carefully about your choice and don't make it on a whim. Because every name has a unique character and is subconsciously associated with certain characteristics about origin, status, intelligence, likeability and attractiveness, which according to name research can actually influence the personality.

One thing is certain, variety is nice and it is something very special when your daughter bears a rare name and in kindergarten, school, the playground or later in life you cannot find two, three or even four girls who will bear the same name. Rare names are also received positively and are not easily forgotten.

Unmistakable - a list of rare girls' names

We asked for rare names for you to help you find them. Below you will find an alphabetically sorted list of rare girl names for inspiration that we have compiled for you. Make yourself comfortable, take a pen and paper and let yourself be inspired by finding a name. Maybe the right name for your daughter is already included. Enjoy the selection.

Rare girls' names from A to Z

  • Alecia
  • Alya
  • Amalie
  • Belinda
  • Berit
  • Brianna
  • Charis
  • Charleen
  • Dele
  • Dorette
  • Elara
  • Elja
  • Femke
  • Freya
  • Genta
  • Gunda
  • Gwendolyn
  • Hailee
  • Bright
  • Hilda
  • Indra
  • Inna
  • Isadora
  • Isaline
  • jade
  • Jolanda
  • Joleen
  • Kaja
  • Kamilla
  • Kendra
  • Kira
  • Liara
  • Linnea
  • Luanna
  • Maartje
  • Mailin
  • Meret
  • Naemi
  • Namika
  • Neele
  • nova
  • Oda
  • Ottilie
  • Oxana
  • Perla
  • Philline
  • Pina
  • Rhijana
  • Rosalie
  • Rosanna
  • Sarafia
  • Sinika
  • Skara
  • Stine
  • Tare
  • Tia
  • Tiana
  • Valerjia
  • Veena
  • Vika
  • viola
  • Wellori
  • Wilma
  • cloud
  • Yara
  • Ylva
  • Ysabeau
  • Yuri
  • Zara
  • Zarminah
  • Zena

Make a note of your favorites and talk to the person you trust about hopes, expectations and wishes for an extraordinary maiden name. We are sure you will find a very special maiden name in your research.

Name magic - how to find a rare and extraordinary girl's name

As parents, how can you find unusual and rare girl names? Unusual and special girls' names such as Paris, North, True, Liberty, Summer, Rainbow or Apple are often given by American stars and starlets and can hardly be surpassed in terms of ingenuity and originality. The German registry offices are somewhat stricter with their requirements for naming children, so fantasy names, geographical or brand names are only allowed in exceptional cases. As parents, you have to prove that the name you have chosen is actually a common first name. A maiden name must also be clearly recognizable as feminine, not be offensive and not impair the well-being of your child. After all, the rare name of your daughter will stay with you for a lifetime. But even with these guidelines you still have some creative freedom to find a rare girl name. We would like to give you some tips for searching along the way.

Exceptional girl names from all over the world

Take a look across the borders and discover unusual girl names that are common abroad but are rarely given in Germany. Discover names with an extraordinary sound, whether Nordic, Spanish, Anglo-American, African or Asian girl names. During your research you will quickly notice that the female first names of different countries, traditions and cultures all have a special meaning. Not infrequently they come from the world of nature, legends or religion and contain a special blessing that is supposed to promise happiness, joy, health and success. These include, for example, international names such as Celyn, Dalia, Farah, Yuki and Kalea.

Or should it be a fancy maiden name like Mei, Nanami, Aiko or Imani for your girl? When choosing a name, always remember that the name should sound unfamiliar, but not too bizarre. Find out about the meaning of the unusual maiden name and ask yourself whether the first name sounds harmonious in combination with the surname. It is essential to check in advance whether these rare names are permitted in Germany so that you will not be disappointed later when going to the registry office. Cumbersome spelling and difficult pronunciation can make your daughter's everyday life more difficult later on. Fortunately, there are a number of unusual and beautiful girl names that are rare without exposing your daughter later.

Rare girls' names from film and literature

Get inspiration for imaginative and extraordinary girl names from your personal favorite films, books and celebrities. Beautiful role models, historical personalities, strong heroines and interesting fictional characters cavort here. So which female first names do you particularly like? Old German names with a long tradition and history such as Thea, Agnes or Augusta, which have perhaps been completely wrongly forgotten? Anglican names from the world of Shakespeare like Celia, Viola, Luciana, Juno or Ophelia? Rare biblical names like Priya, Samira, Arjona or Timea? Perhaps you also like mythological names from the world of legends with a special meaning such as Aja, Anat, Freyja or Persephone. The research can definitely be worthwhile.

We hope we were able to help you with these suggestions and wish you a lot of fun choosing a name for your little girl.

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