Not exactly unique, but there were 3 girls in my year group out of about 130 with the same name but all spelt differently - [name_f]Susanna[/name_f], [name_f]Susannah[/name_f] and [name_f]Suzannah[/name_f]! Once, they were all in my [name_f]English[/name_f] class! There were also 2 girls named [name_f]Nicki[/name_f] and 2 girls named [name_u]Toni[/name_u] in my class which was unusual. There were quite a few unique names in my year group - [name_f]Acacia[/name_f], [name_f]Tulip[/name_f], Kateland, [name_f]Estella[/name_f], a [name_f]Winny[/name_f] and a [name_f]Wynona[/name_f]! At my previous school there was a Kowhai (g), Joto (b) and [name_m]Tadhg[/name_m] (b). At university last year, I came across a Miffy and a Winky… very amusing names! I live in an area of Australia with a significant [name_f]Asian[/name_f] population - most of these names have been given to children of Chinese backgrounds, which is interesting, as their parents tend to pick names out of the ordinary!