36 Hipster Baby Names For Baby Boys Or Girls

Are you looking for some cool and unique names for your little boys or girls? Here comes our pick of hipster boy names and girl names. These names are unusual and they are a little out of the ordinary and defies conformity, and they are not common baby names such as Noah or Emma. They are good various options if you do not want those popular baby names.

Auden: Old friend.

Boaz: Strength, swiftness.
Briseida: The original Old English form of the Greek Cresida, which means "gold."
Byron: Place name and surname often used as a given name, and the meaning of Byron is "at the byres or barn". Lord Byron in the 1850s was a poet famous for his wildness and debauchery.
Dora: Gift.
Enoch: Hebrew for Experienced. Enoch was the son of Cain and the father of Methuselah, the oldest living man named in the Bible.
Farrah: From the English word "fair". Also means "lovely, pleasant" in Arabic.
Gulliver: Irish name that means "glutton."
Hilda: Battle.
Ignatius: Latin for Burning. Saint Ignatius of Loyola was the founder of the Catholic Jesuit order.
Inez: Spanish for Pure.
Ira: Watchful.
Lennon: Irish for Dear One.
Lindi: Lime tree, beautiful.
Linus: A person with flaxen hair.
Liora: Hebrew for "God's gift of light to me".
Ludovica: Famous in war.
Matilda: Matilda is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Matilda is "mighty in battle". William the Conqueror's Queen Matilda brought the name to Britain.
Minnie: Minnie means "intellect". Made famous by Mickey Mouse's girlfriend Minnie.
Murray: Man of the sea.
Nico: People of victory. Nico Toscani appears in the 1988 documentary Above the Law. He is a former Detective Sergeant for the Chicago Police Department with top training in aikido, special-weapons and tactics. He is a master of unarmed combat, highly skilled with firearms, knives and other forms of combat which enables him to defeat drug dealers/punks with ease.

Odette: Wealth. In the famous ballet "Swan Lake", Odette is the good swan.
Orson: Latin for Bear. In an old French story, a child named Orson is reared in the forest by a bear.
Pandora: Pandora was created by the gods from clay as the first woman on Earth. She was beautiful, talented and feminine.
Roman: Citizen of Rome. In the ancient world, Roman citizenship represented an ideal standard of rectitude and courage.
Romy: Short form of Rosemary, which means "dew of the sea" in Latin.
Roscoe: Deer wood. Place name from northern England.
Salinger: Germanic name that means "peace."
Stella: Stella is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Stella is "star". Mostly literary use until the 19th century, when the name became popular. Linked in most minds to the movie "A Streetcar named Desire", where Marlon Brando bellowed "Stella!".
Suzette: Lily, rose. Also a variant of Susan.
Tessie: Abbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester.
Tomasina: Hebrew name that means "twin."
Waldo: Germanic for Ruler.
Wren: A small brown songbird.
Zane: Arabic name that means "grace, beauty."
Zola: Latin name that means "earth."

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