More strange baby names - page 21

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   galenight
    karalea
    Just love your little saying at the bottom of your posts. I didn't know it till now, but I live by those words...LOL
  2. by   RN~in~CT
    Knew a girl when I was a kid, and her first name was XE!!

    ...pronounced just "exxxx-eeeeee"
  3. by   eb_rn
    where to begin?
    female, virgin, vagina, tink, orangejello, lemonjello, baby girl--no joke, parents never changed the birth cert....didnt know what to name her before they left the hospital!!!! have known many miracles, honestys, tierras, angels, and a few more interesting ones: laquita, anita and lanita--twins, called ah, and la...jaterreal, twins: artavis and artavius---pronounced art-a-v-us....estie, bequita, reed,ignattius palumbo, once had a little boy who was a III, parents called him "trace", another kiddo whose initials were c.a.b.....parents called him cab!!barclay--a boy his sis, phoenix ...went to hs with a guy whose first name was k no period, got very angery when people put a period like an initial, went to jr. high with a guy with "gross" as a last name...also knew a guy named "snake," no kiddin!!!!
  4. by   JOY LEE
    WHEN I WORKED IN SOUTH CAROLINA I HAD A PATIENT THAT NAMED HER DAUGHTER...BETADINE!!!!! BELIEVE IT OR NOT
  5. by   MishlB
    Forgive me if this is a repeat, just too many to read...we have MANY new babies named "Abcde", pronounced "Ab-sa-dee".
  6. by   Nursinrox
    just thought I would add my children's names to the list, as everyone always asks where we came up with both of their names, since they are not common. I would not say they are strange or out there, like some of the ones posted, but they are unusual. However, Now that the actor Ashton Kuchtner is so popular so becomes. the name! Ha! go figure. When we were thinking of names for my son, we wanted something different so we Decided on Ashton Lane. Ashton is an old English name. and Lane we got from the famous late Rodeo Bull Rider Lane Frost, both my husband and I knew him and we do the rodeo circut, so that is how my sons middle name came to be. When we got pregnant again and I found out I was having a girl, again I wanted a name that was different. Of course at the time names like Dakota, Cheyanne, Dallas etc. were popular. My husband loves Wyoming, and when looking at the map, we chose Laramie her middle name is Jae. So we have Ashton Lane and Laramie Jae. People comment all the time. some like some think their weird and want to know where you came up with that name?
  7. by   Nursinrox
    just thought I would add my children's names to the list, as everyone always asks where we came up with both of their names, since they are not common. I would not say they are strange or out there, like some of the ones posted, but they are unusual. However, Now that the actor Ashton Kuchtner is so popular so becomes. the name! Ha! go figure. When we were thinking of names for my son, we wanted something different so we Decided on Ashton Lane. Ashton is an old English name. and Lane we got from the famous late Rodeo Bull Rider Lane Frost, both my husband and I knew him and we do the rodeo circut, so that is how my sons middle name came to be. When we got pregnant again and I found out I was having a girl, again I wanted a name that was different. Of course at the time names like Dakota, Cheyanne, Dallas etc. were popular. My husband loves Wyoming, and when looking at the map, we chose Laramie her middle name is Jae. So we have Ashton Lane and Laramie Jae. People comment all the time. some like some think their weird and want to know where you came up with that name?
  8. by   Nurse Candy
    Can't remember if I've posted these or not. Grew up with neighbors who named their girls with names beginning with "S":
    Sharon, Shirley, Susan, Sarah, Shawn, Sally, and Sena. Their son was named Dean.
  9. by   Lynzey
    i once knew an elderly lady named pickles...that was her real name...she was from somewhere in europe possibly
  10. by   kimtab
    One of my grandma's sisters was named "Happy". About the baby who was a III and the parents called him "trace" could it have been "tres" (spanish for three) that they were calling him? I have heard this before, as well as parents calling III's "Trey". In each case I knew of it was preferable to the real name
  11. by   TenderTee2
    Well, my mom told me that my original name was "Raysting"... change the words and it would be "sting ray"!!!! Guess what...I married a man with last name Ray......so my name would have been Raysting Ray!!!!! Ugh!!!

    Also, I went to nursing school with a girl whose name was Stormy Carr.....what was her parents thinking? I hope she's not reading this due to the fact that she might be a nurse now.....lol...
  12. by   Ned the Red
    How about this list of names? My grandfather and his brothers were named:

    Essington Dondell Wilson (My grandfather)
    Essington Londell Wilson
    Essington Mondell Wilson
    Essington Blondell Wilson

    Also, at one time I lived in Brasil. There, they have some sort of governmental office that must approve the name before it can go on the birth certificate. Seems that many poor and illiterate people tend to name their kids after people in the news - even if they don't know why the people are in the news in the first place. During WWII there was a rash of kids with names like Adolf Hitler Dos Santos and Benito Mussallini Osorio.
  13. by   ohfeelyafundi
    Hey all....

    I just had to add to the strange names.....

    A mother of triplets last year named her triplets..."A", "B" and "C" because that's what we had been calling them for 25 weeks...LOL. She ended up spelling them....Ayye, Bea and Sea...:-)

    G'day.....

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