Asenathi (South Africa) — interestingly, this is a female name from ancient Egypt, referring to the goddess Neith
Asier (Spain) — a Basque name meaning "the beginning," it's quite popular (top 100) in Spain
Dorian-Lance (South Africa)
Ensar (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Heerden (South Africa)
Kibwe (United States) — a Swahili name meaning "blessed"
Phelan (Great Britain)
Race (United States) — not sure if he was a track & field athlete, but ...
Rhett (South Africa) — tell me, why is this not more popular in the US?
Tabarie (US Virgin Islands)
Valtteri (Finland) — I bet you can guess what this is the Finnish form of
Arezou (Iran) — a Persian name meaning "desire"
Chancel (Dem. Rep. of Congo)
Darae (South Korea)
Isokan (Nigeria) — this one really stands out. I love unusual "I" names
Laverne (US Virgin Islands) — ready for a comeback, yet?
Lavone (Dominican Republic)
Meiliana (Indonesia) — three pretty "M" names from I-countries
Refiloe (South Africa)
Tahesia (British Virgin Islands)
Tash (New Zealand)