What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 216

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   nicegirlnurse
    I worked for a family practice as an LPN before getting my RN. A new family came in and they had 2 children. I swear to you their names were Sevyn and Nyne. I just wish I knew what happend to One through Syx, and Eyght!
  2. by   sharpeimom
    Quote from nicegirlnurse
    i worked for a family practice as an lpn before getting my rn. a new family came in and they had 2 children. i swear to you their names were sevyn and nyne. i just wish i knew what happend to one through syx, and eyght!

    the less you know, the better it is... <spooky music in background>
  3. by   DizzyLizzyNurse
    Quote from NYnursejo
    Treasure Palace
    Hmmm I think this is an awesome name lol. Was Palace the last name or middle name?
  4. by   lifelearningrn
    Quote from DizzyLizzyNurse
    Hmmm I think this is an awesome name lol. Was Palace the last name or middle name?
    I donno- sounds kind of strippery to me. lol
  5. by   FranEMTnurse
    Quote from NYnursejo
    Really old post, but this stuff never gets old...Im from NY so crazy names are the norm around here:
    Female pronounced, FEE maly mom thought the hospital named her daughter.
    Treasure Palace
    Sterling Silver
    Fardy
    Yeastrid
    Ufuk
    Funny, but very sad for these poor kids
    I agree completely. Poor kids.
  6. by   prettygirllpn
    Chevy ( a son) and Dodge (another son) No kidding! Of course i live in the south!!!
  7. by   rph3664
    Chevy (in its various spellings) is becoming a more and more popular girl's name here in the Midwest.
  8. by   LikeAStar
    Hello there!

    This thread is absolutely HILARIOUS!

    I have heard some crazy names but nothing compares to this one!
    So my roommate & I went to a seminar in England for Obstetrics.
    Mind you everyone in England is very uptight.
    So we arrive at the seminar and there is a board of OB/GYN's

    The 3rd doctor stood up & said...

    "Good Afternoon, I am Dr. Lord Papsmeayer (pronounced Lord Papsmear)"

    My roommate & I just couldn't hold our laugh in! It was beyond funny!
    However, they found it so normal.
  9. by   FranEMTnurse
    Bwaaahahahaha!
  10. by   DizzyLizzyNurse
    Quote from rph3664
    Chevy (in its various spellings) is becoming a more and more popular girl's name here in the Midwest.
    Anyone else read the Ramona books by Beverly Clearly? Didn't she have a doll she named Chevrolet? LOL why do I remember that????
  11. by   clrenner
    How about Tuff and Rowdy(boys)? At least the girl was somewhat normal with Georgia.
  12. by   TiffyRN
    There is a rodeo star named Tuff so that name is not that unusual in areas where rodeos are popular. I've seen several boys named Rowdy, but as with Tuff it's always with families that enjoy rodeos.
  13. by   Apgar10
    I had to pick a peds patient for care the other day so I was scrolling through the admits and there she was... baby Amiracole. I was sure you all were making this stuff up until I saw for myself

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