Never noticed, ours aren't common.
I have an Xzavier Galileo and an Arlo Crysler....Does that count?
(Before people complain about the spelling of Crysler like they do Xzavier Crysler is spelled correctly. My great great great (and so on) grandfather was John Crysler.
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Because they tend to be simple, which makes the flow of the name more melodic. In other words... it "just sounds nice".
I used very, very unique names as middle names, though, haha. I figured, if I wanted to use a more "out there" name, the middle was the place to do it.
EDIT: My son's middle names are Padraig Scott (Scott was my maiden name); my first daughter's middle names are Caoimhe Siobhan; and my youngest daughter's middle names are Gwyneira Aine.
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Usually the middle name is to honor someone in the parents' lives. That is how we did dd's at least. Her 2 middle names are old fashioned and not too common. Some "common" names just flow better with first names.
I think a lot of times it is a family name- which tend to be common.
I went with names that sounded good together, unlike Ava Gemma, which do not flow.
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