More strange baby names - page 37

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   NurseFirst
    Comes from the New Testament Book "Acts of the Apostles"

    She was a saint who was raised from the dead, was also known as "Tabitha", and was known for making beautiful garments.

    NurseFirst
  2. by   S.N. Visit
    Quote from Hellllllo Nurse
    I 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.
    Seriously.
    There's a lady in our town named "Fonda Dicks" who married and became "Fonda Butts" :imbar
  3. by   riley108
    I knew a girl named Silver and went to school with somebody named John St. John.
  4. by   KK7724
    While rotating through OB clinicals last summer, the nurse I followed told me her patient the day earlier had named her little boy "Meconium". Now, this is just sad!
  5. by   kmrmom42
    I have just seen my second set of twin girls in my OB career that the parents named Heaven and Nevaeh. Nevaeh is heaven spelled backwards! Interesting.
  6. by   jeepgirl
    I love the aidan and nadia... for a girl and boy twin set.
  7. by   jeepgirl
    Quote from KK7724
    While rotating through OB clinicals last summer, the nurse I followed told me her patient the day earlier had named her little boy "Meconium". Now, this is just sad!
    she's got to be pulling your leg!
  8. by   mercyteapot
    Last night, I was watching some reality show, and one of the contestants was named candida. Certainly not a name I would choose for my daughter to go through life answering to....
  9. by   fotografe
    Quote from kristylee
    I had a friend in high school whose aunt named her baby "Misty Dawn".
    Hoping for her to grow up to be a stripper?
  10. by   Jolie
    Our local paper recently ran a story about the first baby born in the New Year. The honored infant had an older sister named "Strange". The paper made a point of publishing the phonetic pronunciation: stran JAY.

    I was at Home Depot recently, dealing with a clerk who was not the brightest bulb in the marquee. When I noticed her name on her name tag, I almost split a gut! "Average". My first thought was, "No, perhaps a little below average."
  11. by   ProfRN4
    Quote from ldynwht
    also had a patient once named anita dick ( i would change my name)
    moe: moe's tavern, moe speaking.

    bart: hi. i'm looking for anita. last name dick.

    moe: hold on. hey! anita dick! does anyone know anita dick!

    bart: ha ha ha ha!!! :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle

    was she old? i had a pt. once named doris chicken! she was this nasty old, (literally) chicken-looking thing!!
  12. by   rpbear
    We had a woman a few weeks ago name her daughter Honey.

    The only thing that kept running through my head was "Everyone please welcome to the stage....Honey!"

    Also a few months ago had a family name their daughter Foxy, after her great-grandmother. Nice to carry on a family name, but Foxy!
  13. by   kellyo
    Once worked w/ a guy whose best friend growing up was named Herman Shepherd...

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