I am Latvian, and there are only 2.5 million of us or so, so our names are by definition unusual. Does that count? :-)
Mine is Daina (pronounced "Dinah"). We picked nice Latvian names for our daughters that are still pronouncable in English in deferrence to my husband's family:
Zinta Emma (Emma was my grandmother's name) and Indra Laima (pronounced "Lima" - the Latvian goddess of fate and fortune).
So far, Zinta gets called "Zinka" sometimes until I spell it out, and people mix up Indra with "Indira", but that's not too bad. After that, people generally tell me they think the names are pretty. My name often gets pronounced Dana, Dina, Diana, etc. until I explain that it's the Latvian spelling of "Dinah".
Coincidentally, Zinta is the last name of an Indian actress and Indra is the name of an Indian god. Didn't plan it that way; it's just the Indo-European language connection coming through.
BTW, I went to college with Hawkeye, India, and Apple, and our playgroup has a boy named Denver. My friend lives across the street from two little girls named Violet and Lavender. My husband went to school with twins named Trixie and Pixie and with a boy whose middle name was Trouble. That one bugs me - I wouldn't want my name to be a joke. As long as the name is meaningful to the parents or family, I think unusual names are great.