Baby names Pregnancy 8 unusual boys' baby names Looking for something a little different for a baby boy - but not outlandish. Here are some of the most popular but unusual names and what they mean 1 of Ad break AceThe name Ace is of Latin origin and means "number one". It's often a term used for some one who is expert at something, for example 'football ace' and is also the highest card in a pack of cards. BreccanBreccan is an Irish name meaning "freckled" or "speckled". It's also the name of a saint from the Isle of Aran. BrickYes - Brick. This name is found in various English forms, Irish Gaelic words, and German words Bruck or Breck, meaning "swamp" or "wood". In Yiddish, the word Brik means "bridge" and the Slovenian word Bric means "dweller from a hilly place". It's also the name of the hero in 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' by Tennessee Williams and the youngest son in the US TV comedy series 'The Middle'. ChetChet originates from a shortened version of Chester and means "fortress" or "walled town". MaxfieldThe name Maxfield is of English origin and means "Macc's field". The name may be related to the Latin Maximus, which means "the greatest". NicandroNicandro is a Spanish variation from Greek origin. It means "man of victory". OziasOzias is a name of Greek origin and means "salvation". StellanStellan is a name of Swedish origin which is said to mean "calm". It's 'an' ending makes it sound similar to the popular boys' names Kellen and Kellan. By Sophie Westnedge Last updated on 24 April 2012 Comments Latest on MadeForMums Rochelle Humes' divisive method for clearing her baby's bunged up nose Viral wedding invitation tells guests: "Breastfeed in the toilets!" Kimberley Walsh admits her marriage 'revolves' around her kids Bobby and Cole Exclusive look at the Hee Tee: A 'heat and energy generating' buggy!