More strange baby names - page 19

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   colleen10
    My mom wanted to name me "Liberty" and wanted to call me "Libby" for short. She said that she came up with that name because I was born in 1975 a year before the US Dec. of Independence Bi-Centennial in 1976. Don't know much about it but she said it was a big deal back in the '70's. Everything was painted red, white and blue and lots of patriotism, parades, etc. But, my dad really didn't dig the idea so no go. I could see it becoming a popular name after Sept. 11 alhtough don't know anyone that has named their baby.

    Did any of you read the story months ago about the guy in the Army that legally changed his name to "Optimus Prime" who was the leader of the "Transformers" which were big with my generation back in the '80's.

    I have cousins that live in Baltimore on Berry St. -three brothers, Barry, Brad and Brian.

    My friend has a niece named "Jada Mae", prounounced Jade-a,
  2. by   sammycat
    As a nurse in Wisconsin, I ran across a physician named Dr. Doctor. He had a sister who was a nurse (nurse Doctor). When I was in the military I had a patient named Elvis Presley Levey and his sister, Dolly Parton Levey. Their parents were big into country music, but didn't get out much. Also, a friend of my daughter has the unusual last name of Asswipe.
  3. by   can'twait2B1
    The cutest little baby boy names Pepper John also (thankfully) changed by adoptive parents!
  4. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Originally posted by sammycat
    As a nurse in Wisconsin, I ran across a physician named Dr. Doctor. He had a sister who was a nurse (nurse Doctor). When I was in the military I had a patient named Elvis Presley Levey and his sister, Dolly Parton Levey. Their parents were big into country music, but didn't get out much. Also, a friend of my daughter has the unusual last name of Asswipe.
    OMG what a last NAME. I think i'd be getting it changed just so someone doesn't yell "HEY TOILET PAPER!!" at me.

    Reminds me of a guy my stepmom went to school with. His last name was Douche. He wound up getting a legal name change after he's gotten sick of the Summer's Eve and Massengil jokes.
  5. by   nicudaynurse
    Ready for this one?

    I know a kid named "United States of America" (family is from Mexico and they don't even speak English)

    Twin girls named "Lexus" and "Mercedes"

    Just recentely heard of someone who is pregnant and is planning on naming the baby "Grape"
  6. by   JnJTyson
    I'm a chronic reader of the birth page in the Sunday news..just to laugh at all the names parents give kids....

    Hayden and Holden are some of the most popular boys names that you see...not too different..just popular..I feel sorry for the teachers, they'll have like 6 Haydens and 5 holdens in their classes..lol

    But a few that made me want to smack the mom's upside the head:

    Shadow Rocket
    Justin Timberlake (Timberlake being the middle name)
    Magnus Michael (Gave birth to an 80 yaer old man?? WOW)
    Armani

    and the piece de' la' resistance....

    Twins..one boy..one girl....
    Dolche and Gabanna (sp?)



    The one thing I hate (call me conservative) is all the different spellings. I feel sorry for the kids having to add all these y's s's and ie's where there normally wouldn't be any...My sister just had a baby girl named Lauren Elizabeth...the nurse had to ask how to spell the name...my sister just looked at her and said "um...the normal way?"

    The only spelling differences I really like are the old fashioned ones...like Megan is the updated way of splling it...Meghan is the Irish way...that kind of thing. But lordy..

    Alexzander
    KAtie
    Katyie
    Kaytie
    Kaeity
    Caity
    Caiety
    Caytey
    Kaiytie

    A bit much don't you think?

    Thats just my opinion..I guess I'm too old fashioned for today! =0)

    Jules
  7. by   dreamon
    I love that Angelina Jolie named her son Maddox. I wonder where she got that from. Does anyone know the origin? Thanks!
  8. by   perfectbluebuildings
    I took care of a patient this summer whose first name was Westy and middle name was Virginia. Westy Virginia, I loved it!
  9. by   Mimi2RN
    Originally posted by ragingmomster
    Big Grateful Dead Fan huh? I think if I was going to name a kid after a song, I might go for Melissa from the Allman Brothers.
    Never thought of that, not a Deadhead. There is a Liverpool folk song about Maggie May, though.
  10. by   Bevi
    Originally posted by macox
    when I was in the navy, an active duty man changed his last name to Starcruiser... kidlets were named Venus Jupiter and Uranus. I kid you not

    "Venusssssssssss! Jupiterrrrrrrrrrrrrr! FIND URANUS AND GET TO THIS DINNER TABLE!"
  11. by   HazeK
    Originally posted by dreamon
    I love that Angelina Jolie named her son Maddox. I wonder where she got that from. Does anyone know the origin? Thanks!
    How about the idea that she likes baseball and named him after the Atlanta Braves pitcher, Greg Maddox?

    Haze

    Las Vegas
    (Greg Maddox's 'home town')
  12. by   chiefswife
    "Venusssssssssss! Jupiterrrrrrrrrrrrrr! FIND URANUS AND GET TO THIS DINNER TABLE!"

    :roll :roll :roll
  13. by   BrandieRNq
    I am a "Brandie" and hated it growing up...I now love it although it's a name I have to say twice to patients. When they have a quizzical look the first time I say it, I repeat "Like the drink, Brandie!" Everybody gets it then!

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