10 rare (but adorable) baby girl names you'll fall in love with
Hey (almost) girl mamas.
Still looking for a name for your bun in the oven?
We have rounded up a collection of adorable baby girl names that are rather rare, but not too out there – names we bet you are going to love as much as we do.
Spice names are having a moment (Saffron being another name we love), and while being pretty unisex, Sage is perfect, we think, for a little girl.
As a given name, it is still pretty rare, but Harlow evokes the iconic actress Jean Harlow, and we think it sounds all sorts of elegant.
Pronounced "NO-e," this name is a variation of the more popular Noah, and works amazingly well for a girl, much as Noah traditionally is a name used for boys.
Arden, the name of the magical forest in Shakespeare's As You Like It, and an excellent choice for your little wild child, we think.
Caia Caecilia was the Roman Goddess of fire and women, and so in other words; a beautiful moniker for your little darling.
Fleur is a generic, delicate flower name, and will stand the test of time, we think.
Zora is a meaningful literary heroine name honoring Zora Neale Hurston, an important black writer and leader of the Harlem Renaissance.
The origin of this gorgeous name is a bit uncertain, but one sweet explanation is that it comes from the Greek "meli" which means "honey.
A "modernization" of Leonora, and even more beautiful, we think.
Quite popular in Scandinavia, we think Saga is a gorgeous name for a baby girl.