Names given to fewer than seven babies born last year include Alchemy, Fenway and Rambo. (Photo: Goodboy Picture Co. via Getty Images)
Year after year, certain baby names emerge as hugely popular choices for American parents. As the Social Security Administration’s latest data shows, the top picks for 2021 were Olivia, Emma and Charlotte for girls, and Liam, Noah and Oliver for boys.
But though many parents like to stick to trendy choices, others prefer something a little more unconventional. The SSA tracks and shares all the names given to five or more infants born in a given year, so we took a look at some of the least-popular picks.
From travel destinations to historic figures to words in the English language, here are 50 unusual baby names that parents chose in 2021. The list reflects names given to fewer than seven babies born last year.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.