MAEVE. Irish. "She who intoxicates." I love this because a nickname is Mab, which are my maiden initials. Maeve is a short and sweet legendary ancient Irish queen's name that is now finding well-deserved favor at #500 in the US--an excellent first or middle name choice, with more character and resonance than Mae or May. Maeve/Mab is in mythology and literature multiple times. Chris O'Donnell used Maeve for his daughter. #babynames #irishnames #girlnames #unique
The name London works for a baby boy or a baby girl. Personally, I prefer it as a girl's name. Pair it with a unique middle name. Names with two syllables work best with monosyllabic or multisyllabic middle names than they do with other disyllabic names. For optimal rhythm, avoid pairing names that contain the same number of syllables.
Gone are the days of choosing your baby name off the top 20 list. Now it's all about the unique, but you still have to find the balance between strange and cool. You definitely don't want your baby's name to be a weird one. These names are unique, but not so unique that your kid will be mocked for it.