If you're in the market for a unique baby name, Hollywood may be your new go-to source for inspiration. Celebrities aren't afraid to push the status quo or try new things, and the names the choose for their babies prove it. Granted, there are some super strange celebrity baby names out there (I'm not entirely sure what Jamie Oliver was thinking with Petal Blossom Rainbow.) But despite the more unique monikers, there are some seriously beautiful meanings behind the most interesting celebrity baby names, if you're looking for a name that doesn't just sound pretty, but has a pretty meaning.

The meaning behind a baby's name is important to many parents. It can give your child a boost of confidence later in life, help them remember an important value, or simply inspire them. And although many people may be hesitant give their child the same name as a A-lister's baby, there is something to be said about the thought that celebrities put into their children's names.

Whether you're looking for a multi-cultural name, one with a long history, or the perfect gender neutral choice, looking to the "stars" might just give you the needed boost of inspiration you've been looking for.

1. Zahara

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The Jolie-Pitt clan never fails on the beautiful/unique name spectrum. Zahara Marley is no exception. Meaning "to shine or flower" in Swahili, Zahara is definitely a name with a meaning as beautiful as it sounds.

2. Aurelius

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Australian super model Elle Macphereson's son is definitely not a baby anymore, but his name is the perfect choice if you're looking for some unique inspiration. From Greek mythology, Aurelius means "the golden one."

3. Neriah

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Brooke Burke's daughter Neriah, which means "light of Jehovah" in Hebrew, definitely deserves a spot on the list.

4. Destry

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NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 25: Steven Spielberg and daughter Destry Allyn attend 'Transformers: Age Of Extinction' New York Premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on June 25, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images)

Director Steven Spielberg chose this unique, gender neutral name for his daughter. It means "warhorse" in French and could be used in place of Destiny or Dustin.

5. Pax

Actor Brad Pitt and his son Pax Jolie-Pitt arrive for the U.S. premiere of Universal Pictures 'Unbroken,' December 15, 2014 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Another Jolie-Pitt child with a beautiful name, Pax means "peace" in Latin and could be used for either a boy or a girl and be just as perfect.

6. Sonnet

US actor Forest Whitaker (L) poses flanked by her daughter Sonnet Whitaker on the red carpet before the screening of their film 'The Butler' as part of the 39th Deauville's US Film Festival on August 31, 2013 in the French northwestern sea resort of Deauville. AFP PHOTO/CHARLY TRIBALLEAU (Photo credit should read CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP/Getty Images)

Forrest Whitaker gave his daughter a name that is literally poetic. A type of poem itself, Sonnet means "little song" and might just be the sweetest sounding name ever.

7. Amada

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The baby name of choice for Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendez, Amada means "beloved" in Spanish.

8. Trixie

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Emma and Matt Willis chose this uncommon name for their daughter and it surprisingly has a gorgeous meaning behind it. Trixie means "she who bring happiness" in Latin, and is the diminutive form of Beatrix.

9. Kit

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For her newest addition, British TV presenter Coleen Rooney chose Kit, a name that means "pure" and is perfectly gender-neutral.

10. Silas

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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's baby boy Silas has a name that's been around for a while, but is definitely not common. It means "wood or forrest" in Latin.

11. Atlas

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Atlas was the mythological Greek god who held the world on his shoulders. Is is also the name of choice for Edward Norton and Shauna Robertson's now-toddler.