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Funniest, Weirdest, Most Unusual Baby Names

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rlowrych has 25 years experience.

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Chlamydia - Almost non-English speaking mom that thought it was pretty. We just couldn't convince her differently.

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My own first name. Makishala. It's pronounced Muh-key-shluh, but I always get Mack-ee-shah-lahh, Muh-rish-kuh-luh, etc. I hate it, thankfully my middle name is normal so I can go by that.

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judybsn has 40 years experience and specializes in Labor & Delivery, Med-surg.

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Malena

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Strawberry Rose, Omega Maranatha Christan, UCI (actually we talked the parents out of this, to Irvine).

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Brothers....Tupocalypse and Makavelli. Moms was loving some Tupac!!

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Maybe you like being inundated with ridiculous repetition of urban legends, but I think there's enough who don't that it's worth saying. There's ALOT of funny stuff that's true without mucking it up!

But thanks for playing ;)

I'm starting to find the ubiquitousness of people who have personally worked with oranjello and lemonjello hilarious. They must be awfully medically complicated for so many people to have dealt with them! And in court too! Those two are sure a busy pair.

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I'm starting to find the ubiquitousness of people who have personally worked with oranjello and lemonjello hilarious. They must be awfully medically complicated for so many people to have dealt with them! And in court too! Those two are sure a busy pair.

Yah, interesting, isn't it? My.

And Google searches reveal only countless threads on message boards (mostly baby-naming sites, no wonder!) of people looking for some proof that people with these names actually exist. And NONE is ever offered, or found.

You can bet your bottom dollar if there were EVER people named as the legendary "Jello Twins", they'd have a news article written about them, SOMETHING that would be found during the literally DECADES people have been searching for such proof.

And if these supposed twins were actually criminally active? Why gosh, that'd be EASY to locate!

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brillohead has 5 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in Cardio-Pulmonary; Med-Surg; Private Duty.

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Not breaking HIPAA here, b/c I didn't care for these children. These are all actual babies who were actually named these, as published (with parental permission) on my local hospitals' nursery websites a few years ago.

This is a compilation of unusual names I gathered from less than six months' worth of births, too, and only from two local hospitals. Also, there are no last names here, so when you see a really long name, keep in mind that you need to add "Smith" or "Jones" or "Johnson" or "Washington" or "Frederickson" or some other last name to fill it out. Some of these kids probably spent most of kindergarten, first, and second grades just trying to memorize how to write their own names!

Also, where it says "baby boy" or "baby girl" at the beginning, that is not part of their name -- that is just my own notation that I started making as I compiled the list, since it's not always evident from the name whether the child is male or female.

Without further ado:

Roman Mitchell Exquirer Joe

Azareyuh Deij'UniQue-MyriKole

Car'Mareah Kanice

Tae'sean Sabian-Dominique

Dontrell Keegan Marquaan

Xavier DeSean-Shamar

T'Kayza Maurisha Teressa

Te'nieyia Y'vonne

Tre'Ahnna Mary Jo

Quintavion Anthony

Za'Lavion Damoni

baby girl Ka'Nia Miniece Luretha Renee

baby girl NeVaeh Lin-Jean

baby girl CiQuoya Nevaeh-Cecita

baby girl Na'Taya Danese

baby girl Ti'atti Macole Darlene

baby girl La'Kaiah Unique

baby girl Xaydriana Katharyn Christine Marie

baby girl Ty'Nasia La'Nessa

baby girl Aaleyiah LeeAnne

baby girl Phytyn Nyquole

baby boy Noe' Angel

baby boy Anthony Antonio Lamar Jr

baby boy D'Eireus DaKareeyon

baby boy Dorian Sheraud

baby boy Kashmere Achilles

baby boy Cillian Lex

baby boy Truman Radford Jonathan

baby boy Key'Shawn Cantrell

baby boy Sin-Zcere Te'Rique Mondrail

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Christy1019 has 11 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Emergency/Trauma/Critical Care Nursing.

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Not breaking HIPAA here, b/c I didn't care for these children. These are all actual babies who were actually named these, as published (with parental permission) on my local hospitals' nursery websites a few years ago.

This is a compilation of unusual names I gathered from less than six months' worth of births, too, and only from two local hospitals. Also, there are no last names here, so when you see a really long name, keep in mind that you need to add "Smith" or "Jones" or "Johnson" or "Washington" or "Frederickson" or some other last name to fill it out. Some of these kids probably spent most of kindergarten, first, and second grades just trying to memorize how to write their own names!

Also, where it says "baby boy" or "baby girl" at the beginning, that is not part of their name -- that is just my own notation that I started making as I compiled the list, since it's not always evident from the name whether the child is male or female.

Without further ado:

Roman Mitchell Exquirer Joe

Azareyuh Deij'UniQue-MyriKole

Car'Mareah Kanice

Tae'sean Sabian-Dominique

Dontrell Keegan Marquaan

Xavier DeSean-Shamar

T'Kayza Maurisha Teressa

Te'nieyia Y'vonne

Tre'Ahnna Mary Jo

Quintavion Anthony

Za'Lavion Damoni

baby girl Ka'Nia Miniece Luretha Renee

baby girl NeVaeh Lin-Jean

baby girl CiQuoya Nevaeh-Cecita

baby girl Na'Taya Danese

baby girl Ti'atti Macole Darlene

baby girl La'Kaiah Unique

baby girl Xaydriana Katharyn Christine Marie

baby girl Ty'Nasia La'Nessa

baby girl Aaleyiah LeeAnne

baby girl Phytyn Nyquole

baby boy Noe' Angel

baby boy Anthony Antonio Lamar Jr

baby boy D'Eireus DaKareeyon

baby boy Dorian Sheraud

baby boy Kashmere Achilles

baby boy Cillian Lex

baby boy Truman Radford Jonathan

baby boy Key'Shawn Cantrell

baby boy Sin-Zcere Te'Rique Mondrail

Holy moley!!! That's quite a mouthful!

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I couldn't pronounce most of the names from Brillohead...

I know a N'chelle (Like Michelle, but with an N) She hated the name growing up but now loves it.

I have an Uncle Kelly and an Uncle Ashley and I've always thought that was weird. My name is Randi, so there's kind of a theme of names opposite of the usual gender it's used for.

I know a Princess and a Beauty.

I had a server named Bubbles and another named Pun'kin (I'm hoping they were nicknames that a manager let them put on a name tag)

I know a Sioanna (pronounced Shannon) She says it's Gaelic and she loves it. I like it too.

I was thinking of some good one while reading the comments, but of course I go blank when I start to post a comment.

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serenity729 specializes in Labor and Delivery.

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As an L&D nurse I've gotten to see a lot of naming going on. The interesting ones that I remember off the top of my head are:

Royal

Princess

Areola

Kal-El

(that is Superman's original Krypton name. Her other children are named more "normal" names. When asked why she picked such a far-out name, she said well, we're planning for him to be our last, so we just said screw it let's name him something awesome!)

the best name that I've heard lately is "Valentina." I think it's elegant.

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Actually Female is not an urban legend, my mother worked peds in a hospital and took care of one.

I went to school with one , she pronounced her name fe-ma-lee.

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