30 Uncommon Baby Names of the Last 100 Years

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Slyvester
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1995
> Years since the last time name was used: 25
> Babies given the name Slyvester between 1919-2019: 50

Slyvester is a variation of the name Sylvester, which is of English and Latin origin and it means “wood, forest.”

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Barkley
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1997
> Years since the last time name was used: 23
> Babies given the name Barkley between 1919-2019: 60

Barkley is a variation of the name Barclay, which is of Scottish and English origins and it means “birch tree meadow.”

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Texas
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1997
> Years since the last time name was used: 23
> Babies given the name Texas between 1919-2019: 50

The name Texas is of Native American origin and it means “friend or friendly.”

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Nasario
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1998
> Years since the last time name was used: 22
> Babies given the name Nasario between 1919-2019: 80

Nasario is a variation of the Italian name Nazario, which means “from Nazareth.” Nasario was most popular in the U.S. between 1960 and 1969 when 20 baby boys were given the name.

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Phineas
> Last time name was registered in the SSA database: 1999
> Years since the last time name was used: 21
> Babies given the name Phineas between 1919-2019: 85

Phineas is of Hebrew origin and it means “the Nubian.” The name is a variation of Phinehas, which itself may be a form of the Egyptian name Pa-nehasi, meaning “the Nubian” or “the bronze-colored one.”