Girl Names of Obscure theme

Currently obscure names may have been ubiquitous a few decades, or even a few centuries ago. Picking a little-known name may be a special way that parents choose to celebrate their child’s uniqueness.
grass ... used mostly in English and it is of ... name is of obscure origin, possibly derived ...
noble, honorable, of a noble kind, ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... diminutive of Adela ...
helpful, returning, visitor, labor, ... language of origin is Old French, and it is ... derivative of Ada ...
glory ... language of origin is Basque and it is used ... The name is of obscure origin ...
elf, supernatural being, battle, ... language of origin is Old Norse and it is ... form of Albina ...
people of God, night rain ... mainly used in the English and Hebrew ... of Japanese and Hebrew origin ...
dust, whitish red, pink, woman from Africa, excellent, most important, first-born child ...variant of Afra ...
risen from foam ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, English, ... name is of obscure and probably Phoenician ...
strength, to destroy ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in English, German, and ...
language of origin is varied and it is used ... name is of obscure origin, it could be from ...
eagle, man, free man, coral, maiden, ... mainly used in the English, French, ... variant form of Arlene ...
strength, desired, alive, bird, ... origin is Germanic, and its use, English and ... form of Eva ...
moon halo, hazelnut, bird, bright ... of English, Turkish, and Old French ... The name is of obscure origin ...
beautiful snake, beautiful ... language of origin is Germanic ... predominantly used in the English, German, ...
haze, warm, loving, heaven, sky, ... language of origin is Spanish, Latin, and Old ... variant of Calida ...
day, maid, precious and peaceful, ... largely used in Czech, German, and ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
weak, poor, delight, to tease, to flirt ... largely used in the English and German ... was #115 in rank then ...
light, deity ... has its origins in the Indoeuropean ... The name is of obscure origin ... variant of Diane ...
sun ... origin, as well as its use, is in the Albanian ... This origin is obscure ...
fruitful, dewy-eyed ... origin is Latin, and its use, English ... first name is derived from the Roman imperial ...

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