More strange baby names - page 64

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   SuperWes_CNA
    I remember when one of my sisters was pregnant our little sister wanted twin girls with the names "Cottonelle" and "Charmin" My sister ended up having a boy who she named Austin Lane.
  2. by   beachmom
    Had some parents name their girl "Srii" after some mythological character named "Tsrii." They chose not to spell it "Tsrii" because kids might call her "tree."

    I knew a "Summer" once.

    There is an Asian name of "Fuk" (pronounced "Fook") that I have seen. I thought the immigration folks should have pulled him aside and suggested a different spelling for his name.

    I knew a Tsionah and a Simchah once. Both are from Jewish words. "Simchah" means "Joy" in Hebrew, and her mother's name was "Joy."
  3. by   Penelope_Pitstop
    Devilyn - yeah, that's a good idea!
  4. by   Mommy of 2
    I remember my dad telling me he knew a kid named russell nails but everyone called him rusty.... rusty nails. He also knew a kid named semore butts (see more butts). What were the parents thinking????
  5. by   myjesusisgood44
    The Strangeist Name I Heard Was twyla (TY-LA)
  6. by   Jamesdotter
    Quote from myjesusisgood44
    The Strangeist Name I Heard Was twyla (TY-LA)
    Hey, I went to high school in the 50s with a girl named Twyla (she pronounced the "w", though). Her sister Phyllis married a boy named Phillip. They named their first child Philena (I'm not sure of the spelling).
  7. by   rph3664
    Quote from Mommy of 2
    I remember my dad telling me he knew a kid named russell nails but everyone called him rusty.... rusty nails. He also knew a kid named semore butts (see more butts). What were the parents thinking????
    I once read about a porno actor called Seymour Butts, but that was his stage name.
  8. by   bewitched
    A snotty kid once told me I could call him "Hismajesty." Not sure if that's how it's spelled, or even if he wasn't just being a smart@$$. I couldn't call him that with a straight face, so I just said "hey you."
  9. by   Wanna_BA_Nurse
    I'm all for "different" or "unique" names, but when you start naming kids 'Sparkle' or 'Cotton' I think the creative train needs to stop.

    My nephew's name is Zen. That is as weird as it gets from me.
  10. by   rph3664
    Quote from iseult
    A snotty kid once told me I could call him "Hismajesty." Not sure if that's how it's spelled, or even if he wasn't just being a smart@$$. I couldn't call him that with a straight face, so I just said "hey you."
    Jermaine Jackson named was one of his kids Jermajesty. My observation is that calling a child "Your Majesty" or some variation thereof is NOT a term of endearment.
  11. by   sharpeimom
    a second grader came to our door selling christmas wrapping supplies and, sucker that i am, i bought a bunch of stuff. he was absolutely adorable! no front teeth and shoes untied, his name was sir gregory.
    that was his first name!
  12. by   IrishItalianRN
    I had " Ziggy " last week...

    The parents were so adorable that it just fit the baby so well if it had been anyone else I would have worried about them! lol
  13. by   dmiller77
    I knew a Jamaican lady who had named her son Y'majesty Highness. I kid you not. Her daughter's name was Heaven.

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