More Strange Baby Names - page 5

just had a unique baby name the other week....thought i'd share, and hope to continue this thread from earlier.... "strange baby names": strawberry :roll (thank goodness this was changed by the... Read More

  1. by   AngelGirl
    As long as her last name isn't "Slee" she'll probably be alright. :wink2:
  2. by   KRVRN

    for a girl, pronounced "Honesty"
    Kinda weird.
  3. by   StrugglinStuden
    went to school with a girl named Wendy. Not so funny, but had brother named Sonny, and sister named Misty. Daddy was local weatherman for a radio station in dallas some 15 yrs ago.

    myself... Daughters named Kelly Renee , and Deborah Lynn. (Deborah named after mom who died 5 days prior to my daughters birth)
  4. by   Heath82371
    went to hs with a girl named with the last name Serafini, first name Sera, middle name Fini
    Sera Fini Serafini

    My hubby delivered a baby named:

    I have a cousin named:

    Went to hs with another girl named
    Nakia and Zola

    Have a cousin named Rainey and a friend Windy
  5. by   ShandyLynnRN
    My son's name is mason... I didn't realize it was strange.
  6. by   Scavenger'sWife
    had a friend whose father was born on Christmas Day. His first name was Murray guessed it, middle name "Christmas"...."Murray Christmas".

    Have a niece named "Tisha"
  7. by   AngelGirl
    I met an x-ray tech with a bad attitude. I think it had to do with his last name. It was Pister. He was Mister Pister. I think wearing that name alone would have been enough incentive to send him to Medical School. Result= Dr. Pister. a little easier title to wear. His attitude would probably have improved as well. :angel2:
  8. by   A Kitty RN
    coworker does a lot of foster-parenting. One woman had 3 kids and named them Justis and Kord, (can't remember the babies name) I think they were all boys. Also, have heard that frequently the babies born in one "clinic" often name them after things they hear in the delivery room by medical staff. Not kidding, Vagina was one of them. Don't know if this one is true (hopefully not), but heard Shithead was a name (told it was pronounced Shuh-theed)
  9. by   AngelGirl
    I heard of a Mom who visited the Health Dept for care years ago. She really liked two of the names she saw posted, and happily used them both when she delivered twin girls.

    She named them Sy-PHILLis and Gon-ARhea.
  10. by   ERNurse752
    Maybe if she ever has boys, she can name them Penicillin and Rocephin.
  11. by   AngelGirl
    Pronounced Pen-ICILLin and RO-cephin. These boys would be great cures for whatever might ail the girls. :blushkiss
  12. by   littlemack

    We all come across the unusual at some point. I had a little girl that was named: Colours Galore and her brother was Montana Blue. And on the hand, I had a mom, who liked her kids so much that they are named after her favorite wines. Chardonnay, Chablis and Champagne. Only in Missouri.
  13. by   MomNRN
    We have a child in our area named "Shithead" also. It is pronounced "Shut-ade." Also have a girl named "Precious."

    My daughter has a fairly unusual name: Kendall. She came home the other day complaining that no one else has her name. I told her she was unique and that if I was at her school and said "Kendall" all of the staff knew who I was talking about - no last name needed. I then told her that made her like - Madonna! Famous and only one name needed!