More strange baby names - page 47

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   *PICURN*
    Quote from RN2BLPN4NOW
    I had a friend who was a school nurse. She said there was a little boy named Oranjello. She kept wanted to spell it Orange jello.:chuckle
    SOMEONE who works @ a hospital near my house says there is a guy named orangejello (pronounced like o-ranj-ello) how funny
  2. by   *PICURN*
    Miracle

    Charisma (two of these....another was spelled Kharisma)

    Trinity
  3. by   flashpoint
    We were discussing this last night at work and some of the more unusual ones we came up with are Nivek (Kevin backward), Dranoel (Leonard backward), Dekan (naked backward), Kgauge (Gage), Brytkneigh Deighane (Brittney Diane), and Cope and Hagen (twin boys)...sigh. Do people not consider that these innocent babies are someday going to have to learn to spell their names and explain to people how their parents came up with them???
  4. by   Jsuemers
    Quote from RPN_2006
    My oldest son who is twelve is named Trevin. Now I don't consider it a strange name, but he is the only one I know who has it. Has anyone else ever heard this name?
    I've heard of Trevin it is one of my favorite names and if I have a boy this time I plan on using it. My mothers maiden name is Trevithick and she wants a grandson named trevor in honor of her name however I could never get myself to love the name trevor and got her to settle for Trevin
  5. by   diddoms
    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)

    And for the Boys:

    Atom (11) Adonis (244) Cannon (117) Canon (49) Casanova (6) Cashmere (6) Champion (7) Coal (8) Cotton (5) Doc (5) Famous (6) Gator (5) Halston (10) Hutch (7) Legend (30) Magic (9) Maverick (211) Morpheus (5) Nature (5) Ruddy (15) Sincere (187) Starsky (6) Timberland (6) Trust (5) Truth (10) Tuff (8) Ventura (17) Wisdom (16) Lucky (48) Blue (27) Denim (7)

    These were taken from ABCnews.com back a year ago. The article also mentions names like Espn (pronounced Espen), Gouda, and so on.

    I just can't imagine giving birth to a beautiful baby girl and then bestowing her with a name like Dung.

    Leigh
    I know a girl called Dung...Dung is a common Vietnamese girls name. It is pronounced like the famous philopsher's surname, Carl Jung.
  6. by   Danianne
    BABY GIRLS : Cherish, Hilda, Sweets
    CO-WORKERS:Welcome & Choice
    RESIDENT: Brunhilde
    DR: (first name) Assma
  7. by   JVanRN
    Wow...just wow...this is so mean.

    http://www.newbabynews.net/hospitals...babyID=h33-440

    Am I the only one that picks up multiple drug references in that name?:stone

    Icy, Special K, Eight (ball)

    He is adorable...his name...not so much
  8. by   mercyteapot
    Quote from JVanRN
    Wow...just wow...this is so mean.

    http://www.newbabynews.net/hospitals...babyID=h33-440

    Am I the only one that picks up multiple drug references in that name?:stone

    Icy, Special K, Eight (ball)

    He is adorable...his name...not so much
    What is wrong with people? Sheesh, and I thought naming twins Winston and Salem was bad!
  9. by   ER4REAL
    I'm an ER nurse in a large hospital just outside of Chicago. We have a set of twin boys with asthma who are "frequent visitors". Their names -- and I kid you not -- are "Lemonjello" and "Orangejello". L is pronounced "Le-manjalow" and O is pronounced "O-ran-jalow". Look at the spellings -- lemon jello and orange jello!
  10. by   ER4REAL
    unusual baby names
    Quote from ER4REAL
    I'm an ER nurse in a large hospital just outside of Chicago. We have a set of twin boys with asthma who are "frequent visitors". Their names -- and I kid you not -- are "Lemonjello" and "Orangejello". L is pronounced "Le-manjalow" and O is pronounced "O-ran-jalow". Look at the spellings -- lemon jello and orange jello!
  11. by   Mimi2RN
    Quote from JVanRN
    Wow...just wow...this is so mean.

    http://www.newbabynews.net/hospitals...babyID=h33-440

    Am I the only one that picks up multiple drug references in that name?:stone

    Icy, Special K, Eight (ball)

    He is adorable...his name...not so much

    Calling him Urhines (Your Highness) is also weird. The only ok name is Kendall, I haven't found anything weird about that. (Yet!)

    i hope they did a Social Service consult on this family.
  12. by   JVanRN
    Quote from ER4REAL
    I'm an ER nurse in a large hospital just outside of Chicago. We have a set of twin boys with asthma who are "frequent visitors". Their names -- and I kid you not -- are "Lemonjello" and "Orangejello". L is pronounced "Le-manjalow" and O is pronounced "O-ran-jalow". Look at the spellings -- lemon jello and orange jello!
    Boy these little guys sure do get around. Are these names on the SS top 10#? They seem quite popular actually.
  13. by   stevierae
    Quote from JVanRN
    Boy these little guys sure do get around. Are these names on the SS top 10#? They seem quite popular actually.
    You know, I have read about Lemonjello and Orangejello here, many, many times---usually they are twins---but, 'fess up, those of you who have REALLY seen them in your ERs or even witnessed their births---are there truly kids, many of them, many sets of twins, in America, with those names? According to www.snopes.com it's a common urban legend---as is the one with babies named "Lochia" Vagina" and "Meconium..."

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