More strange baby names - page 11

just had a unique baby name the other week....thought i'd share, and hope to continue this thread from earlier.... "strange baby names": strawberry :roll (thank goodness this was changed by the... Read More

  1. by   RN from OZ
    In the NICU where I work, I have heard ... twin boys....Luke and Duke Davies from Doonside.
    An arabic boy called Amen.
    A girl Summer Rose.
    IVF quads Faith, Hope, Charity, and Grace.
    I went to school with a guy called Farti.
  2. by   ShelleyERgirl
    When I worked L&D, we had a couple name their baby girl "female" pronounced fee-mall-lay because they thought it sounded unique! Yeah, right! People amaze me sometimes.
  3. by   CCURN
    Funny, I used to watch Neighbours all the time, when living in the uk, now of course they dont have it or any aussie soaps in the USA. Remember Prisoner Cell Block H..............
  4. by   Rissi-Roo
    My neighbor growing up was Rich Butts (I never dared call him Dick Butts but I thought it)
    I went to high school with a Dusty Root.
    My husbands name is Gary and when ever I type his name I almost always type it Gray. Well, I really don't like the name Gary but I have grown to like the name Gray.... Does this sound like a good name to people .?????... I like it and my husband does too but I don't know if I can bring myself to name my next boy that... I HAVE heard of Grayson but never Gray.....
  5. by   SimplyMe
    Hubby's name is Amos, how could a mother do this to a child. When my niece was trying to find a baby name we found a website where you could put in a name and it would give you examples of how the name would be made fun of. I can't remember the name of it now but we had so much fun out of it. My dad's name is also Wanda. He would kill me if he knew I told that, he just goes by W. then his middle name.
  6. by   LauraF, RN
    I have a brother-in-law named Liberty. My hubby has a cousin named Justice.
  7. by   Diana in Sweden
    Originally posted by Rissi-Roo
    [Does this sound like a good name to people .?????... I like it and my husband does too but I don't know if I can bring myself to name my next boy that... I HAVE heard of Grayson but never Gray..... [/B]
    I like gray
    I think it sounds soft but very distinguished .. I assume you would pronounce it grey?
  8. by   Lyssia
    I just still cannot get over "Shithead" and "Orangello".. also, I took care of a little boy named "Peach". These poor children.
  9. by   LauraF, RN
    Originally posted by Lyssia
    I just still cannot get over "Shithead" and "Orangello".. also, I took care of a little boy named "Peach". These poor children.

    Wonder if they will have their names legally changed when they get old enough. I sure would.
  10. by   trixie
    My grandmothers name was Zelpha Fern Cappaus (was called Zeke!)

    Saw a baby named Sky blue (a boy) and another one called Guess(a girl).

    But I think the worst one was Lucifer. Honest. Now why I ask you, why??? I would rather see some made up name than name a baby after the devil! Has anyone else ever seen a Lucifer????


  11. by   Garde-Malade
    Rissi-Roo wrote: My husbands name is Gary and when ever I type his name I almost always type it Gray. Well, I really don't like the name Gary but I have grown to like the name Gray.... Does this sound like a good name to people .?????... I like it and my husband does too but I don't know if I can bring myself to name my next boy that... I HAVE heard of Grayson but never Gray.....


    Here in CA, our governor's name is ..... Gray Davis ...
  12. by   debbyed
    Just had to post this. My new 6 month old Granddaughter's name is Madison Leigh.:angel2: And yes she is an angel.
  13. by   LeesieBug
    I think Gray is a very nice name.


    I don't think I saw mentioned here the poor, poor Willis kids!
    Maybe the fact that they were born to a rich family will help compensate for being awarded names like:

    Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Belle!

    We had a friend that named their son BLADE! I don't know what they were thinking. If he grows up to be, well, let's just say less than cool, everyone will tease him ("oooh..tough guy Blade!"). If he grows up to be a trouble maker everyone will say, "Well, with a name like Blade, it's no wonder!"
    I wonder if they sell newborn sized leather jackets and motorcycle boots?

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