We've dived into their data to pick out the coolest names languishing at the bottom of their annual list of UK baby names.
Only three babies in the UK were given these names in 2014. Buried within the most obscure depths of the ONS statistics are some true gems, which could prove the perfect inspiration if you're stuck in a naming rut.
Have a look at our favourites - and expect to see them filling up the nation's trendiest nurseries in the near future!
How many records have you sold? If the answer is less than 900 million, don't be hasty to rule out a tribute to Bing.
Ensure your kid gets the cool dockworker nickname he deserves by cutting out the middleman and making it his actual name.
Everyone seems to have become obsessed with fried chicken and barbeque grills anyway, why not continue the American theme with this apple-pie classic?
Share your love for Nordic noir with the world with this Scandinavian moniker, best known as the name of Wallander author Henning Mankell.
The sort of name you need if you want your son to become a time-travelling detective (and who doesn't?)
Take the plunge and then pray for the musical talent to follow.
Be bold. So what if your son happens to share his name with a red nose reindeer? It's full of old-world Central European charm.
Your son will thank you for making it possible for him to be nicknamed Wolf.
Surnames as first names are a hot trend in the naming world, so you might as well go with a particularly grandiose example.
Let the world know which child is the most Anne of all!
Fingers crossed enough time has passed since the Dandy's heyday that no-one will make the Beryl the Peril connection.
Freya ranked at number 20 for girls in 2013, and anything that ranks higher than 4000 is dreadfully passé.
It's not quite Elma, it's not quite Una. Delightful!
Bit of a Wild West vibe. And you aren't brave enough to try Ernie as a nickname, you could go with Ness.
If you want your daughter to spent her life narrating murder mysteries in a world-weary voiceover, this is the name for you.
Great tree, great syrup - what's not to like?
In the event of a martian invasion, a daughter with Sigourney Weaver's alien-crushing heroine as her namesake might come in handy.
If you ignore the Flintstones, it has a very cool 60s vibe, don't you think? You're still thinking about the Flintstones, aren't you? This one may need some time to take off...
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