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Funniest, Weirdest, Most Unusual Baby Names

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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.

Actually Ashley was orginally a boy name.

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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

And what is UP with the free-for-all tossing of apostrophes into names?? I'm seeing that in birth announcements in the local paper over the last couple of years, too. They make absolutely no sense! Hyphenating names that are, well, TWO names and are strung together for whatever reason the parents want, fine. Ok. Sometimes weird, but what the hey.

But apostrophes?? Unless you're giving your child a classic French surname as a first name (Mr. D'Arcy, anyone?) it's completely absurd. Makes the parent AND the poor child who has to bear it look foolish.

Just my own opinion :)

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

Yes, I met a woman with that name, and I also find it beautiful.

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I've nursed a Fredym Hata and Hovacraft

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Students my husband's had include: Dymond, Diamond, Avon, Chenelle, Chanal, Chantelle, Dilante, Revelonne, and Estee.

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Family I grew up with, last name Coon, Kids named "Ric,", "Rac," and "Ty". (raccoon, tycoon?) Another boy I went to school with, Frankie Weiner (no I'm not kidding.)

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

The first woman in outer space was a cosmonaut named Valentina Tereshkova. When I was ten or so, that was what I wanted to name my daughter.

My kindergarten "boyfriend" was named Levi Denim. I *think* his first name was Andrew or something, but he went by his middle name, Levi, from birth. Why his parents did that to him is beyond me. I also went to school with a "James James."

A group of little girls I taught Sunday school to were named China, Asia and Africa (they're sisters). I don't recall if they were spelled like the geographic areas, though.

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Working at a high end day camp years ago there were lots of great names...

Siblings Paris and Jet

Siblings Porsche and Ferrari

Working at the hospital, a girl named her baby Baebie

And working in case management we have encountered many women named Pu**y.

Here's some food for thought on the subject:

Republicans and Democrats can’t even agree on baby names

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I wish I could remember how to spell it, but basically we were transferring a patient over to a different hospital. The name was very long and in the middle there was something like apple or rainbow or something like that. Basically, it was over 15 letters for the first name and an equally long last name. The person thought I was lying.

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Tonight's Conan was entitled "Never name your daughter Dilda." Thought this was apropos.

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