Tavo is seldom heard these days, but it’s an old Spanish variation of Gustave that we’d love to see make a return. The name has Teutonic origins and means “staff of the Goths.” Names like Theo, Thiago, and Tiago are having a moment and this name would be a unique alternative.
We don’t often look to Russia for baby names, but we’re rather fond of their form Demetrius, Dima. While we love Demetrius as well, it’s a mouthful. Dima is easy, breezy, and a lot of fun to say. The name means “follower of Demeter.”
Fletcher is another unlikely name you’ll find in the top 1000 as of late. It’s an English occupational name for a “maker of arrows.” The name offers more quirkiness than other similar like Parker, Forester, or Taylor.
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