More strange baby names - page 63

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   malone2192
    So far "Quirt" has been the most unique for me...
  2. by   Anisettes
    I don't know if anyone mentioned this one or not (at 81 pages last count on this thread, I may have missed it), but there was a woman in the news recently and her name is Marijuana Pepsi (actual on the birth certificate).
  3. by   Nervous_Nellie
    A few years ago, a dad threw a royal fit because he wanted to name his son "NEMO", all caps, no middle and no last name...We actually had to call security because he was screaming at our secretary. Geesh!

    Interesting spellings...Taylurrr, why three "r"'s I'll never know, and Iziq (for Taylor and Isaac).
  4. by   m.a.cowan
    hmm lets see...i've heard
    -Luvie
    -Tega
  5. by   Keila
    My own name is pretty unique.... Keila (pronounced KEY-la). I love my name, even though it's been misspelled and mispronounced a lot over the years! I've only met 3 other people that spell it the same way I do.
  6. by   1uvakindmom
    There was a girl in one of my classes named Twinkles.
  7. by   mustlovepoodles
    Last year at school I had a set of twins named Eric Wayne and Wayne Eric. Eric Wayne was at the top of his class, a great student and a great kid. His brother Wayne was a hypochondriac, failing everything and the biggest annoyance you ever met. I felt sorry for Eric because the two boys looked just alike and were constantly getting their names confused. The teachers could tel them apart by their behavior, though
  8. by   Jamesdotter
    Quote from mustlovepoodles
    Last year at school I had a set of twins named Eric Wayne and Wayne Eric. Eric Wayne was at the top of his class, a great student and a great kid. His brother Wayne was a hypochondriac, failing everything and the biggest annoyance you ever met. I felt sorry for Eric because the two boys looked just alike and were constantly getting their names confused. The teachers could tel them apart by their behavior, though
    Has someone already mentioned Esther Pauline (Ann Landers) and her twin Pauline Esther (Dear Abbie)?
  9. by   amwrootbeer
    My sister is Taylor Evan. Evan is our Dad's middle name.

    My daughter is Emmalee Kay (like Emily)....Emma for short. Kay was my Grandma's nickname.

    My Grandpa was Henry Fisher. Fisher was his mom's maiden name.
  10. by   Penelope_Pitstop
    Quote from amwrootbeer
    My sister is Taylor Evan. Evan is our Dad's middle name.

    My daughter is Emmalee Kay (like Emily)....Emma for short. Kay was my Grandma's nickname.

    My Grandpa was Henry Fisher. Fisher was his mom's maiden name.
    [FONT="Lucida Sans Unicode"]I may be a bit dense here, but...what's so strange about those names?
  11. by   amwrootbeer
    I just always thought it was weird that my Dad & step-mom gave my sister 2 boy names...although now I guess her name isn't that odd. As for my daughter it's not how it sounds that's weird.....everyone just has issues with how it's pronounced...I personally didn't think it would be that hard for people to get People call her all kinds of crazy things...that's why she just goes by Emma now....And my Grandpa is the only person I know that had a last name for a middle name. Lol
  12. by   Penelope_Pitstop
    Quote from amwrootbeer
    I just always thought it was weird that my Dad & step-mom gave my sister 2 boy names...although now I guess her name isn't that odd. As for my daughter it's not how it sounds that's weird.....everyone just has issues with how it's pronounced...I personally didn't think it would be that hard for people to get People call her all kinds of crazy things...that's why she just goes by Emma now....And my Grandpa is the only person I know that had a last name for a middle name. Lol
    [FONT="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Taylor's one of those either/or names. (Like Taylor Hicks or Taylor Dayne). Evan is becoming a fashionable girls' name (Evan Rachel Wood).

    A lot of men in the older generations have "family last names" as middle names (just look up the full names of most of our presidents!). And, actually...my grandmother's middle name was Stevens. She was named after the doctor who delivered her! So your family isn't as weird as you might think!
  13. by   amwrootbeer
    Lol that's good I guess. Although, when I was pregnant my Grandma wanted me to name my daughter JaKayla...she thought it was pretty..lol

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