More strange baby names - page 29
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
Aug 14, '04I remember reading a newspaper clipping years ago that I've never forgotten. The clipping was a birth announcment in which a Mr. and Mrs. Cox announced the birth of their daughter Fonda.
Aug 15, '04Buckshot Billy and his brother Cash Cody
sisters Windy, Rainy and Stormy Weathers
Dr. Ken Hurts (I believe he's a dentist, near Albuquerque)
Harry Balls, at one time mayor of Fort Wayne
Sweetie Givens ( a man, father of 8 or 10 kids)
Jack Ripper, a state representative in Oregon in the 60's, I think
Holly Vaale, pronounced like volley. This was a married name
Elder Dull, for a short time pastor of the SDA church in Boring, Oregon
Then there's the doctors--Dr. Loveless, AIDS specialist; Dr. Kidd, pediatrician; Dr. Cutter, GYN surgeon, Dr. Boyles, my mother's doctor for many years; Mickey Finn, anesthesiologist
I love these things!
Aug 15, '04As a nursing student, ran across Dr. Suess
As a welfare worker.
fallen leaf burgundy
celine dion nikki dawn
the best is that the parents who couldnt spell their childrens name properly get mad at YOU when you actually pronounce it according to its .. should be mad at themselves i think...
Aug 18, '04My best friend little girls name is Norique. Seems strage at first, but it grows on you!
Aug 18, '04My great-great grandmother: Ragnhild
My great-grandfather: Raydar
Doncha just LOVE those Norwegian names!
Oh, and get this: Before my little brother was born, my dad insisted on naming him Bernard! Mom intervened and convinced Dad to name him Stephen instead.
Aug 18, '04I had to find an article in my hometown newspaper to convince my husband that I didn't make this up, but a classmate (who had babies in 8th and 12th grades!) named her second daughter Brooke Lynn. You guessed it. The baby's last name is Bridge!
Aug 18, '04A while ago, my cousin heard a woman calling her two kids in a department store. She remarked on the unique names, and asked how they were spelled. The lady told her, "lemon jello and orange jello" (Lemonjello and Orangejello).The names sound different than they are spelled---with the accent on 'mon' and 'ran' with a French sounding J. Not bad to the ear--but wow---interesting!
Aug 18, '04This has to be 1 of the greatest threads ever so I will add my experience;
I am an identical twin our names are Sandy and Candy(our parents were 20 when we were born and chose to call us that rather than the usual Sandra or Candace, and that is how its on our birth certificates: Sandy and Candy
My sis just named her first girl Railyn (I think its pretty and different: Sis's husbands name is Ray
My ex took me to his hs reunion and I actually met face to face with Harry Dick, rumor has it that his mothers name is Aphelia (I feel ya) Dick.... God I hope not.
a set of cousins named Hunter, Trapper and Gunner
A set of twin at the hospital where my sis delivered Michael and Miekle
Aug 18, '04It just kills me, but my SO wants to name our little boy (should we have one) Shlomo. It's a Jewish name, but neither of us are Jewish! I've always like the name Mealora (pronounced ma-LAU-ra), but he doesn't like it. For a girl, my SO wants Elspeth.
I think we should let someone else pick... :chuckle
Aug 18, '04... because I heard about it in nursing school, 15 years ago. I've told people about Orangelo and Lemongelo since then, and everyone says it's an "urban legend". If you checked them in.... then you know it really happened!
Quote from NativeButterflyI once checked in twins in the er.....Orangejello and Lemonjello....what was this mom thinking????