Oldie, but goodie: 10 vintage boy names no-one else has discovered yet
Trying to choose a baby name isn't an easy decision for any parent.
It's what people will call him for his whole life, all the way from he is born through to adulthood. It's how people will recall memories of him, and how he will be known. Names are a big deal, and so it is no wonder that picking the perfect one can be such a hard choice for expectant mums and dads.
Right now, vintage names are having a moment, meaning, if you are looking for something truly unique, you might already be too late for some of the more popular vintage names.
However, having sifted through some of the baby names that used to be more popular way back in the 1800s, there are some great ones that still haven't hit the top baby name charts.
This name means "noble" and "famous," and honestly; what's better than that?
French, but fabulous.
And just Ernie for short!
We are obsessed with Rufus!
Biblical name with a modern feel.
The name actually means 'wise counsel' and seems like a good, solid choice, no?
This name actually peaked in popularity way back in 1890, so you can say it's vintage, alright.
Hurry – because this one is bound to be back in fashion soon.
In the Bible, Asher was one of Jacob's twelve sons who gave their names to the tribes of Israel.
Cassian is a saints' and Latin clan name, and we think it would be adorable to just go with 'Cass' for short!