Heard any new-ish/fresh names recently?

[name]Hi[/name] there.
So im searching for baby names for the new one that’s one the way. I am new to this site and while I’m loving being exposed to all these names i still am struggling. Im terrible and my catch phrase is "i like it, but i wouldn’t use it’. When i read about baby names, celeb baby names or friends, family, acquaintances i often like names but just never really love them.

So because of this been trying to find and search some new-ish/fresh sounding names. [name]One[/name] name i came across on another site is [name]Avia[/name], its not on nameberry but it means god is my father.

So I’m just wondering if anyone out there has some fresh names they’ve newly heard of?

My friend just named her baby girl Amsen - I don’t think I’d seen that on this site before

[name]Melia[/name], Maddyn, [name]Verona[/name]

Similar to the name you found but Avielle

I don’t think this name is new but I just heard it on a little girl in real life and loved it, Aven. I’m not sure how it’s spelled, maybe it’s Aiven. It’s similar to [name]Avery[/name] and [name]Ava[/name] but it’s fresh to my ears.

A new infant starting in my room is named [name]Adalyn[/name].

Heard the name [name]Forrester[/name], surprisingly it seems to suit the baby boy, but have only seen him in his parents Facebook pics!.
Its not my style but its cool how new names continue to pop up

I met a little [name]Vera[/name] the other day. I thought it was pretty.

I was at the museum and saw an exhibit that mentioned [name]Livia[/name] [name]Drusilla[/name] (she was the 3rd wife of [name]Roman[/name] Emperor [name]Augustus[/name] [name]Caesar[/name]). [name]Livia[/name] struck me as an interesting mix of modern and classic. To me it has a similar feel to the more popular [name]Olivia[/name] and [name]Lydia[/name].

I just met an [name]Aviva[/name] (pronounced uh-vee-vah). It’s Hebrew.

My daughters name is [name]Greer[/name]. I’ve also heard of Aubriella, Ayven, Row, Qwest (I kid you not), Jordeen, Khodi ([name]Cody[/name]), Mather

Well I was watching a show that mentioned the name “[name]Air[/name]-uh-lee” recently and it struck me as so pretty, gorgeous, and feminine - just what I like. Although no one seems to know how to spell it . . . Airelie is my personal favorite so far.

I recently met a little Allora.

Sure it wasn’t an accented way of saying [name]Aurelie[/name]?

Aizelle (sounds the same as [name]Hazel[/name], minus the ‘h’) & [name]Milania[/name] ([name]Mil[/name]-lah-nee-uh).

The other day I met a young boy, his name was [name]Tomlinson[/name]. I actually really like it, although it does sound a bit surname-y.

I’ve been researching names ever since I was a girl, but I’m always finding new names or names I’ve passed over and am now looking at again with fresh eyes.

[name]Ronia[/name] (literary name)
Ivira nn [name]Ivy[/name]