What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 13

Hi, I was wondering about some of those weird names that you've probably encountered in L&D and PP. I remember when I had my maternity rotation a couple of weeks ago, one of the nurses said she... Read More

  1. by   andrewsgranny
    I heard of a lady who named her twins.. or ron gello (spelled)
    orange_jello and the other was le mon gello-- Lemon jello.
    Did some of these mothers loose brains cells when the placenta was delivered or what?:roll :roll :roll
  2. by   Cindy_A
    Before I became a nurse I used to work at a bank. We had a customer named Donald Duck. He was an attorney, older man, probably born before Donald Duck was created. Also had a customer named Richard Dick. Now THAT was stupid!!
  3. by   andrewsgranny
    I read in Ann Landers once that a woman (Mrs. Hogg) back years ago had a set of twin girls and the father was so upset that they didnt have boys that he named them Ima and yura
    Get it? I'm a Hog your a hog:roll :roll
  4. by   KaraLea
    Originally posted by BBnurse34
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    Actually, this is a REAL name. I have seen it in a few baby name books. BUT, the authors of the last one I saw it in did not recomend it because of the infection by the same name.
  5. by   shannonRN
    I'm a Hog your a hog

    bet those girls couldn't wait to get married!!!
  6. by   adrienurse
    I suppose Candida's an okay name as long as the last name isn't Albicans. LOL
  7. by   Kay Shepard
    Former governor of Texas James Hogg DID actually name his daughter Ima. You can look this up for yourself! I am just happy that he didn't have a second daughter....
  8. by   TennRN
    Not a baby name, but there is a Dr. Foley in my town....he's a UROLOGIST!!LOL
  9. by   Bronco
    John Weiner. He's a doc in urology!!
  10. by   teresab_2000
    Aja very common name among the black population were I live their newest is Ashanti after a rap singer
    What exactly is this supposed to mean? So now we are picking on specific cultures now? I've heard that name around and none of the people were black.

    Teresa
  11. by   calililly
    I went to school with an America and a Unique and my friend (a pharm tech) had a patient whose name was LaPrecious. He also knew a LaCharlotte.

    Why not LaAtrocious...?

    P.S. to Bronco:

    we have a Dr. Beaver who is an OB/GYN. No kidding.


    :chuckle
    Last edit by calililly on Jul 23, '02
  12. by   2MagnoliaTrees
    At the school where I work we had students called O r a n g e j e l l o and L e m o n j e l l o. 4 syllables each. Can you imagine.
  13. by   HollyWA
    I remember a baby being named---something like--

    2 cool for u

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