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10 Rare Baby Names for The Next Generation That Aren't Obnoxious

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We all want the best for our children - especially when it comes to giving them a head start in life.

Studies have shown that choosing the right name actually has an affect on your child's future success (no pressure), but how can we know we've made the right choice?

These rare names straddle the line between contemporary and traditional. They're quickly gaining popularity and it's not hard to see why!

Find your favorite below:

10. Ripley

If you are a Sci-fi lover, then you'll want to consider this strong name for either your little girl or your little boy.

This up-and-coming name could be a tribute to the iconic character, Ellen Ripley, who totally saved the day in the Alien movies. Ripley is a wonderful name for your little hero or heroine.

9. Finnick

A spunky twist on the familiar Irish name, Finn, your little Finnick might actually be one of a few in his grade.

As the Hunger Games generation settles down into family life, the trend for a modernized Finn could make a break through in the coming years.

8. Bowie

Gender-neutral with Gaelic origins, this adorable name is super charming. Whether you are a fan of the late music legend David Bowie's jam or just love to groove to your own beat, this baby name totally rocks!

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