Most names come from somewhere rooted in history, unless you count some of those freshly invented names like Nevaeh. My daughters’ names, Margaret and Katharine, for instance, are both Greek. And mine? Well, it’s a nickname of that old Hebrew name, Elizabeth. But here’s the thing: While some baby names from far-flung places have hit it off around the world, there are plenty more still out there, just waiting to be discovered. If you’re looking for a slightly off-the-beaten-path baby name, you may want to look at the names that are popular in some other parts of the world. We’ve winnowed it down to a few cool international baby names that might be ready for a bigger spotlight.