More strange baby names - page 58

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   popbob
    the strangest/dumbest names i have come across are tequila, velveeta, and your highness, these are are real names.
  2. by   nicuRN2007
    Quote from tags_LPN
    While in nursing school (almost 14 years ago) we did our OB clinicals at the local state hospital. A mother delivered a set of healthy twins and she named them: O'rangejello and L'emonjello.
    My husband's aunt is a teacher and she had a set of twins in her class named the same thing. Mom said she craved lemon and orange jello while she was pregnant and that's why she named them that. :chuckle
    Last edit by nicuRN2007 on Jun 23, '05
  3. by   Serenyd
    Quote from ILoveScrubs
    My husband's aunt is a teacher and she had a set of twins in her class named the same thing. Mom said she craved lemon and orange jello while she was pregnant and that's why she named them that. :chuckle
    We have a set of twins named that here in MS also.

    Seren
  4. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Velveeta?????????????/
  5. by   NurseNora
    Used to keep a "strange names" list in the department. I've seen Kelly Greene, Snow White, Cash Money. One teenaged girl had undiagnosed twin boys, she had decided that if she had a boy, she wanted him to be addressed as "Sir", so she had chosen to name a boy child "Sir Walter". But she had two boys, so she named them Sir Walter and Sir Valter.
  6. by   RNnL&D
    I think everyone has "heard" of someone named Lemonjello and Orangejello. Where I work now, one of the SCN nurses swears we had a set of twins named that several years ago. Five years ago, when I worked in Texas, there was supposedly another set of twins with the same name. When I was stationed in San Diego in the Navy 12 years ago, there was talk about a set there too. Makes you wonder about an urban legend.......
  7. by   UnewmeB4
    This is no urban legend, but, I wish it was fror the child's sake...

    Queenmessiah God Jesuschrist...and you are to use her entire first name when speaking to her or about her.
  8. by   RNnL&D
    Had a patient the other day named Sparkle.
  9. by   RNnL&D
    Quote from kmrmom42
    As a labor and delivery nurse I have seen the name Heaven quite a bit lately. I have known of two little girls named Heaven Nevaeh (pronounced Neh Vay Uh) and a set of twins named Heaven and Neveah. Neveah is Heaven spelled backwards! :angel2:

    I've seen a few Neveahs too. It's funny, because the parents think they're the first ones to think of it.
  10. by   danissa
    Quote from garciagirl
    Strangest names I've seen: Abcde (pronounced "absidy") for a girl. With mom's second baby we asked her if she was going to name her fghij.
    Wolfgang Casket for a baby boy....I think the social worker talked this mother out of that one before discharge though.
    Freedom V-Ray for a baby girl...right after Sept 11.
    The wolfgang part reminded me, knew a boy called Marcell Wolfgang McDougall!
  11. by   Honeychild
    I work in an NICU and the most recent ones are

    Knolleg (pronounced knowledge) Justice

    and twins, Brionte Amarion (the boy) and Briona Amaria (the girl)
  12. by   nrsang97
    I went to church with sisters named Sparkle and Sunday.

    Sunday had a daughter named Blue Azlyn Phillip. Phillip is dad's name.

    There was a child on the news recently named Lion King (after the movie).

    I have had many Hussein Hussein's, Kassim Kassim, Ali Ali, Ahmed Ahmed.

    My husband and I are thinking about kids and talked about names one night and he likes the name Lucifer and I put my foot down and said NO WAY!!
  13. by   Jill10191130
    Abcde and her brother Fghij - Yes, it's true!

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