30 Uncommon Baby Names of the Last 100 Years

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Irma
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1990
> Years since the last time name was used: 30
> Babies given the name Irma between 1919-2019: 95

Irma is usually a girl’s name of German origin and it means “universal, complete.” Irma as a boy’s name was most popular in the decade between 1930 and 1939 when 20 baby boys were given the name.

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Alvester
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1990
> Years since the last time name was used: 30
> Babies given the name Alvester between 1919-2019: 50

The origin of the name Alvester is unknown but it is speculated that the name is a variation of the name Sylvester, which is of English and Latin origin and it means “wood, forest.”

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Levander
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1993
> Years since the last time name was used: 27
> Babies given the name Levander between 1919-2019: 75

Levander is a common surname name in Sweden and Finland. In the U.S., it was last registered as a given name to at least five babies in 1993. The name was most popular between 1980 and 1989 when 25 boys were named Levander.

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Panfilo
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1994
> Years since the last time name was used: 26
> Babies given the name Panfilo between 1919-2019: 75

Panfilo, a version of the name Pamphilos, is of Greek origin and it means “friend of all.” The name was most popular in the decade between 1919 and 1929 when 20 baby boys were named Panfilo.

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Marsh
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1994
> Years since the last time name was used: 26
> Babies given the name Marsh between 1919-2019: 65

Marsh is of English origin and it means “one who looks after horses.” It was last registered by the Social Security Administration in 1994. A total of five babies were named Marsh between 1990 and 1999.