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Funniest, Weirdest, Most Unusual Baby Names

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secquoria has 4 years experience as a CNA.

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Close friend named Sterilina. After two grandparents names fused. Was taunted about being sterile.

Her dad and brother are basil and basil jr. Get son is Kiwone. Pronounced "kee-won"

My moms friend named her daughter Radiant-Unique as a hyphenated first name...

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I was in a youth advisory team with a girl named Pixie Stardust...apparently her parents are hippies with a huge fascination for ziggurat stardust so the changed their last name to stardust

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lilarox specializes in telemetry.

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Don't know if this has been said already but:

La-ah

Pronounced: Luh•dash•uh

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sharpeimom has 20 years experience and specializes in ortho, hospice volunteer, psych,.

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When my dad was in college, he had two fraternity brothers both of whom were named Bill. What made it funny though were their last names: Darling and Angel. They made my dad an honorary Bill, then decided using their superior 19 year-old logic that they'd use only their last names.

No matter where they were on campus, they were Bill, Darling, and Angel. :troll: As long as those three fools lived, that was how they greeted each other. They ended up becoming a neurosurgeon, a orthopedist, and a lawyer/MD, but that 19 year-old still lived on inside each one.

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MamaTruffles has 3 years experience and specializes in Pediatrics.

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I've met a La-a, Malese (pronounced like malaise, wonderful.), Oak, Princess, and my all time favorite: Felony.

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Had a foreign exchange student at my high school whose name was Phat Ho :( obviously not intentional by his parents' date=' poor kid.[/quote']

Lol!!!!!!

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nrsang97 has 19 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Neuro ICU and Med Surg.

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We had a pt named Olive Martini.

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thenursemandy has 13 years experience and specializes in Med-Surg, LTC, Psych, Addictions..

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Don't know if this has been said already but:

La-ah

Pronounced: Luh•dash•uh

Only about 30 times!

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Leonca specializes in Veterinary technology.

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It’s not quite as unusual as doing it to your children, but I’ve seen some funny ones with my vet patients.

Batboy- black cat. I actually love this one. Also, there are currently lost pet posters in my neighborhood for a cat named Batman.

Marshmallow- my white longhair male cat. He was named before we got him by a 7 year old girl, but I still find it funny since he’s a big-boned, “masculine” looking cat who just happens to be very fuzzy.

Sweet Lips- small breed, spoiled dog. This might me the weirdest I’ve seen. It just sounds… wrong. :cautious:

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I hope that's a joke! lol

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Kipahni has 8 years experience as a RN and specializes in Oncology, Ortho/trauma,.

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Some members of my husbands family have interesting names

Smartest (girl)

Beauty (girl)

King

Present

Moon glow

these are the English translations of their name. I often wonder why in english we have "names" in the traditional sense and not called by our position or descriptive words like in other cultures?

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emtb2rn has 21 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency.

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Some members of my husbands family have interesting names Smartest (girl) Beauty (girl) King Present Moon glow these are the English translations of their name. I often wonder why in english we have "names" in the traditional sense and not called by our position or descriptive words like in other cultures?

Western culture uses traditional western names, however many folks have nicknames which are usually very descriptive of them as an individual.

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