Special Report

30 Uncommon Baby Names of the Last 100 Years

Source: 24/7 Wall Street

Lorren
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1999
> Years since the last time name was used: 21
> Babies given the name Lorren between 1919-2019: 70

Lorren, which is sometimes used as a girl’s name, is of Latin and English origin and it means “laurel or sweet bay tree” or “symbol of victory.”

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Omega
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1999
> Years since the last time name was used: 21
> Babies given the name Omega between 1919-2019: 70

Omega is of Greek origin and it means “last.” Almost every decade between 1919 and 2019 just 10 baby boys were named Omega.

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Tennyson
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1999
> Years since the last time name was used: 21
> Babies given the name Tennyson between 1919-2019: 70

Tennyson, originally a surname, is of English origin and it means “son of Dennis.” Tennyson was most popular between 1930 and 1939 when 15 newborn boys were given the name.

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Penn
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1999
> Years since the last time name was used: 21
> Babies given the name Penn between 1919-2019: 60

Penn, which is more familiar as a last name, is of English origin and it means “enclosure.”

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Joaquim
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1999
> Years since the last time name was used: 21
> Babies given the name Joaquim between 1919-2019: 50

Joaquim, a variant of either Joaquin or Joachim, is of Portuguese origin and it means “established by God.”