More Strange Baby Names

  1. 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 adoptive parents)


    admin note: edited to add links to the first two threads:

    What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby?
    Last edit by Joe V on Apr 23, '18
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  3. by   frannybee
    My nephew is named Corbin - not unique by any stretch, but unusual for suburban Queensland where my sister grew up. We just call him Noddy
  4. by   OzNurse69
    My son has just started a new school this year.....he is of the girls in his class is called Twilight!!
  5. by   frannybee
    When I was a kid my cousins and I spent a lot of time dancing and singing etc in eisteddfods. We competed against two sisters called Nicky-Lee and Jodie-Lee Scully-Helsten. Not really odd..but having a hyphenated surname myself, I wonder about parents who inflict hyphenated names on their kids. If nothing else, it makes your signature soooo much longer!
  6. by   k123456
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  7. by   sanakruz
    I've seen brothers called John Joseph and Joseph John.
  8. by   ryansmom
    My high school class valadictorian was a girl named Flynn.
  9. by   AngelGirl
    Of all the unusual baby names I've heard in my life, the strangest remain "Little Johnnie Zig-Zag" and "Isle of Fantasy" Both children were named by rather unique parents in 1971, in the L&D where I completed my student nurses rotation. Reader's Digest published a little book entitled, "Remarkable Names of Real People." Some entries also include the person's occupation. If you ever get a chance to read it, it will supply a bit of insight into the lives of those babies with unusual names. They do grow up. 'Groaner Digger' became an undertaker. 'I.C. Shivers' became an iceman, and my personal favorite, 'Lavender Sidebottom' became a massage therapist. I fear to think what Little Johnnie and Isle will become!
  10. by   VivaLasViejas
    I ran across a name in the local paper recently, which I swear I am not making up: Barryl Chest. My sister, who's a legal assistant, says she knows the guy, and he even has a twin brother named Darryl. Did these poor dudes' parents not like them or something?
  11. by   sanakruz
    Hey frannybee- Corbin is the name of the hero (played by Bruce Willis) in the movie THE 5th ELEMENT. It's also the name of a little electric car made in right here in Holister,CA. Looks like a motorcycle with a colorful full body farring,one wheel in front and 2 in back
    Isn't that guy on the rolling papers called Johnny Zig Zag?
    I knew folks that named their son Krishna around that time.Jeez the kid suffered for it!
  12. by   LilgirlRN
    I had an 18 year old patient, male whose name was Monique... pronounced Moe nee key.. poor kid.
  13. by   semstr
    Now come on, Monique is a beautiful French name, like Jaqueline, Aimee and Renee. LOL
  14. by   kittylouise
    this might not mean much to you guys in the states as i don't think you get "neighbours" (aussie soap) out there, do you? anyhow, these names aren't really that strange - i just cannot believe that their parents (who lived in my village) called them these in the same family - jason, kylie, scott and charlene!! also, there were two kids at my school who were called rupert bear and teddy bear....seriously!!