More strange baby names - page 44

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   marimar12
    I met a boy named Chase DeCarr once. Parents had a great sense of humor.
  2. by   sparkyRN
    How about Togodheo..........................................

    ...............................as in "to God he owe" his life?

    I swear I took care of this baby 3 years ago!
  3. by   ebrooks
    How about "Troubles"? YES! That was her name. I felt so sorry for this baby. Can you imagine growing up with that name? I hope she doesn't grow up with a complex!
  4. by   NoCrumping
    Quote from stevierae
    I actually LOVE the name Cinnamon--if I'd had another daughter, I might have named her that.

    But, then, I am a diehard Neil Young fan.

    I guess i will name the next cat that shows up at my doorstep Cinnamon.
    Just last month we had triplets admitted into the NICU..... all girls. They named them.... April.... May..... and .... June. Correlating the names as to who came first ,second and third, of course. Kind of interesting, though
  5. by   NoCrumping
    Quote from sunnyjohn
    Hawk St. John??? That is the name of a character in a romance novel I read....
    I wanted to name my son either Hunter or Logan. My husband and every member of my family thought I was crazy, and these are not even that weird, just not that common right now. I decided against it, because after thinking it over, they just did not sound right with my italian last name......:uhoh21:
  6. by   koda53
    i went to hs with a guy named Kipi and a guy named yancy. A lady i worked with named both her boys first name General after their dad. i also know a girl named leancy.
  7. by   NoCrumping
    Quote from P_RN
    My husband's birth certificate name was Baby Boy _____. He discovered this when he needed a birth certif. when he went in the army at age 23.

    Our county sheriff is named Michael Hunt....they call him Mike.
    So... what name had he been going by until then? Didnt he need a birth cert. before then to get a drivers license or something?
  8. by   lauriesalRNC
    I had a patient last week named ANITA DICK. Kid you not. Say that one fast!
  9. by   LPN1974
    Quote from lauriesalRNC
    I had a patient last week named ANITA DICK. Kid you not. Say that one fast!

    That is just absolutely pathetic. What in the world was that baby's mother thinking with anyway???
    Not HER brains, apparently.
    uh oh, strike that, I didn't say that. lol

    Maybe I misread your post...maybe that was her married name, Nevertheless, i think I'd change my first name if that was what I had to live with.
  10. by   palesarah
    Quote from NoCrumping
    I wanted to name my son either Hunter or Logan. My husband and every member of my family thought I was crazy, and these are not even that weird, just not that common right now.
    that's funny- we've had SO many Logan's born in my hospital! It's actually one of the more common names here, in the past few years- and Hunter hasn't been that uncommon either
  11. by   tiggerforhim
    Quote from nurseleigh
    These are girls names and how many were named that in () in 2000.

    Chianti (9) Dung (5) Rayon (5) Reality (16) Sincere (54) Sincerity (5) Sonny (11) Sunshine (93) Unique (24) Vanity (35) Whisper (29) Sparkle (23) Special (11)


    Leigh
    Ok, well, I've got a boy called Syncere. Ha! Meaning, I've got a patient named that. And last week one twin called Quandre, pronounced qwan-drey. Hmm. However, our next son will be Padgett Electious (for his two grandfathers).
    Last edit by tiggerforhim on Apr 8, '05
  12. by   NYCRN16
    When I worked for a peds office, I saw a little girl named Spiderella!!! :uhoh21:
  13. by   tiggerforhim
    Quote from colleen10
    Swear to the big person up above, Oprah did a show on "odd names" many years ago and I remember some of them.

    One was a guy named Harry Pitts. There were two twin women, Regina and Vagina.
    Question, why is Regina so odd? Isn't it Latin for queen (salve Regina!) It's one I've certainly heard of before, but, then, I read lots of old British Lit (grin).

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