More strange baby names - page 8

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   scrubs70
    I went to school with a Chastity Belt, Crystal Clear and a Theresa Green, all girls and a boy named Luke Warmwater
  2. by   hapeewendy
    suddenly wendy doesnt seem so bad at all .....
    lordy

    I feel sorry for the Melena's of the world......
  3. by   susanmary
    Went to college with Candy Cane. Local family with last name Green -- kids named Forrest & Kelly. Have a distant relative named Dorkus (I know it's a saint's name -- but it's so awlful.) I'm not loving it when babies are named after cities/states/countries -- example Taiwan, Paris, etc. God, I could have been named Connecticut or something. Of course, I'm Susan Mary (really sounds like a nun.) And some names are regional -- really do like the name Mason and if my childbearing days weren't over -- Grace would be the next girl.
  4. by   AngelGirl
    scrubs70

    Your school days sound REALLY uncomfortable !! :chuckle
  5. by   ShandyLynnRN
    What's up with people who give their child three or four middle names???

    I'm all for namesakes, but come on!

    I did hear of a name that I thought was kind of neat... her name was Easter.
  6. by   NurseDennie
    ShandyLynn, I dunno, I guess it's just tradition. I like it.

    Being both Roman Catholic AND British, I've got a LOT of names! And so do my daughters.

    I also gave my maiden name to both my daughters. I know I have brothers with sons to carry on the name, but I don't care. They only go by their first names of course. But *I* know it's there.

    Love

    Dennie
  7. by   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.
  8. by   scrubs70
    Originally posted by AngelGirl
    scrubs70

    Your school days sound REALLY uncomfortable !! :chuckle

    not too uncomfortable for me angelgirl,my name is ordinary...but certainly uncomfortable for some
  9. by   gwenith
    Worst I heard was Dwain Pipe
  10. by   bklynborn
    Mary Christmas (born on christmas) grew up and married Mr Dey. Mary Christmas Dey........ha ha
  11. by   ShandyLynnRN
    Originally posted by gwenith
    Worst I heard was Dwain Pipe
    :roll :roll :roll
  12. by   AngelGirl
    scrubs 70... (I went to school with a Chastity Belt)


    I was refering to THAT BELT you were wearing ! :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle
  13. by   Evie
    My 2nd cousin had a baby, and called him Brecon.. of Celtic or similar origin I believe.. Anyway, no one in country NSW (Australia) had ever heard of such a name, and people would say things like "I reckon, Brecon".. Just imagine when this poor child goes to school.. ;-)

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