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Babycenter.com released its list of the top 100 baby names of 2013 this month, with Sophia and Jackson leading the way for girls and boys respectively.

Jackson bumped down the name Aiden, which had led on the boys' list for eight years, and Sophia continued its four-year streak as No. 1.

While many of the names on both the boys and girls lists take a more classic bent — Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Elijah, James, Oliver, etc. — babycenter.com also highlighted some names that were not . . . quite so classic . . .

Here's a look at 20 names that made babycenter.com's 2013 "unusual" list, gathered from more than half a million parents and complete with the warning that each of the names was given to at least three children — "so it's not a fluke."

Anibal (boy)
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The name "Anibal" ranked 967th in 1961, but managed to rank 430th this year, with 8 babies per million bearing the name. Around 4 million babies are born in the U.S. each year.

"Anibal" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Blip (girl)
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The name "Blip" ranked 430th in popularity this year, with 8 babies out of 1 million being graced with the name.

"Blip" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Bright (boy)
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From 4 babies per million in 2001 to 11 babies per million in 2013, the name "Bright" has been growing in popularity. Its high point came in 2004, though, when 13 babies per million were given the name.

"Bright" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Cheese (boy)
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"Cheese" landed on the most unusual names list in 2011 when 3 babies per million were given the name, but this year, at least 8 babies per million were given the name. With almost 4 million babies born in the U.S. per year, it turns out there will be more than a few children named "Cheese" running around.

"Cheese" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Chevy (girl)
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Although down from 2010 when 57 babies out of 1 million were named "Chevy," and 2007, when 52 out of 1 million were given the moniker, 31 babies out of 1 million were named "Chevy" this year.

made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Chow (boy)
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The name "Chow" has a pretty long history on the most unusual baby names list, appearing in 1996 and then staying from 2000 through 2008. It dropped off in 2009, but came back for 2010-2013, with 8 babies per million being given the name this year.

"Chow" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Dragos (boy)
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2013's numbers don't quite equal 2004's strong showing of 13 babies per 1 million being named "Dragos," but this year's 11 babies per million who were given the name "Dragos" tied the numbers from 2011 and 2009.

"Dragos" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Egypt (boy)
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"Egypt" is the name of a country, and it's also the name that 64 babies per 1 million were given this year. The name has been consistently ranked in the 300s and lower 400s for most-popular name for the past few years, and even moved up to No. 120 in 1995.

"Egypt" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Elektra (girl)

The year the movie "Elektra" came out — 2005 — a high of 42 babies per million were given the name. "Elektra" has trended downward and upward since then, but still makes the list of 2013 unusual baby names thanks to the 13 babies per million who were given the name.

"Elektra" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Fairy (girl)
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In 2013, "Fairy"' came in at the 401st most popular name. Ten babies per million were given the name, according to babycenter.com.

"Fairy" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Feline (girl)
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After several years of hovering between 3 and 6 babies per million having the name "Feline," 2013 saw the number of babies named "Feline" jump up to 13 babies per million.

"Feline" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Green (girl)

Historical data shows that "Green" wasn't a popular name the year the Titanic went down (ranking at 978th), but 2013 — 101 years after the ship sank — saw the name "Green" given to 3 babies per million, putting it at 432th. Green wasn't the only color to make this year's unusual girls' names list— "Blue" also appeared, with 17 babies per million getting the name.

"Green" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Hurricane (boy)
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2013 saw a slow hurricane season in the Atlantic, but the name "Hurricane" appeared on the most unusual boys' names list, jumping from 2 babies per million with the name in 2012 to 6 babies per million in 2013.

"Hurricane" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Justus (girl)
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The name "Justus" and similar names with different spellings — Justiss, Justess, Justize, Justys, etc. — came in 392nd in the year's most popular baby girl names, as 115 babies per million were given the name. The name "Jurie" also made this year's list of unusual names, creating a perfect pair for twins whose parents have an interest in the rule of law.

"Justus" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Kiwi (girl)
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Although 2013 didn't rank quite as high as 1996 when it came to babies named "Kiwi" (23 per million compared to 8 per million), the name still makes it on babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Miggy (boy)
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The babycenter.com website may not know what the name "Miggy" means, but families must've decided they liked the sound of it, with 39 babies per million being given the name.

"Miggy" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Panda (boy)

Cute and cuddly animal? No! Well, yes, but "Panda" also makes this year's list of most unusual baby names, with 11 babies per million being given this moniker in 2013.

"Panda" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.

Viggo (girl)
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"Viggo" may be listed as a boy's name on babycenter.com, but it makes the list of most unusual girls' names this year, with 42 babies per million bearing the moniker.

"Viggo" made babycenter.com's unusual girls' names list.

Xaviera (girl)
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Xavier? No! Xaviera! The name experienced a drop from its most popular peak in 1997 (36 babies per million), but still made this year's list of unusual girls' names, with 10 babies named "Xaviera" per million.

Zion (boy)
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"Zion" is one of the more popular names to make babycenter.com's list of unusual baby boy names this year, with 673 babies per million being given the name. It's been a mostly uphill and rapid climb for a name that started with a mere 34 babies per million bearing it in 1995.

"Zion" made babycenter.com's unusual boys' names list.