What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 108

Hi, I was wondering about some of those weird names that you've probably encountered in L&D and PP. I remember when I had my maternity rotation a couple of weeks ago, one of the nurses said she... Read More

  1. by   RNpandoraRN
    Quote from TiffyRN
    I helped care for preemie twins the other night; Ginger and Cinnamon (we thought the same thing a previous poster did about how soon can they start their porno career). Not that those names are all that odd really, just odd together.

    Some hispanic names seem odd to some of us though they are very average within their culture. We've had an Alfredo (as in sauce) and a Margarita. Difference being that as I said these are absolutely normal average names in hispanic cultures.

    "Alfredo" is just the latin version of "Alfred" (just like Juan = John, Pablo = Paul, etc), which is a name that was VERY popular for baby boys in the early 1900s. Alfredo sauce was actually named after the chef who made it popular - Alfredo di Lelio.

    As for Margarita, that's just a Latin form of the name "Margaret". It is a name that has been around for many, many years - popular in both Spanish and Russian culture. It also means "daisy flower" in Spanish. One story claims that an admirer created the drink for Rita Hayworth, who's real name was Margarita. :spin:
  2. by   Florence NightinFAIL
    lol these are too funny. They gave me an idea though. If I have a girl I'm gonna name her.........

    Miharts Desair (My heart's desire) What do ya'll think?

    And if it's a boy

    Pesa Shet (piece of sh!t) ahahaha
  3. by   lorita
    came across this one last night. yourhinest
  4. by   Kiwimid
    i know its not a funny name but i went to school with a John Smith. use to get in trouble with subsitute teachers.......stop mucking with me boy.....whats your real name???!!!!! poor guy we had to explain all the time that was his real name, he didnt do it to piss yu off...lol
  5. by   Kiwimid
    oh and i named one of my boys jaryd = jarred. gts mispelled all the time and i have a friend whos name starts with c as does her husband as does their two kids, we call them the four c's. very cute
  6. by   ElvishDNP
    Hey, at least they aren't the "seven c's"....
  7. by   crysobrn
    My dh's uncle great uncle died recently and I found out that his birth name was "Mickey Hickey Quinn" I always thought it was a joke haha Mickey Hickey... But no it was really what his parents named him.
  8. by   33-weeker
    We have a boy right now who got named by his sibling, 'Sanjaya' ...Sound familiar?

    another one, a girl, 'Cytlali' (sit-LA-lee)?
  9. by   VivvyB
    Hi from NZ! Names I've come accross recently here: Boys: Kadyn, Quiahn, Rocky, Girls: Tequile, Sasquia, Oceana, Pebbles, Anais, Amity.
  10. by   ShifraPuah
    Ginger and Cinnamon for two girls, and Sultan for a boy
  11. by   shoegalRN
    I know a girl who named her daughter I'mUnique. NO LIE!!

    Also, know of a couple of people who named their daughters after their favorite club drinks:

    Alize Remi
    Moet Hennesy

    My sister was considering naming my neice Jarde (Jar-day). She was outvoted. She is going to now name her Dakota Cheynne. I think that is so pretty and much more simpler for her to spell when she gets to pre-school.
  12. by   AirforceRN
    Heard of rumour of a Ryan Coque (as in the Canadian Whisky)
    and my next door neighbour's name (I hope he never reads this):
    Richard Sass, but he goes by Dick...why oh why oh why?
  13. by   KGRmomRN
    I work currently in a resturaunt and I had some customers whose child had become somewhat unruly. So the child wouldn't get hurt; I asked her parents to to please get her. I guess they got upset about it, but they decided to get her. The mother called out "Truly Unique (something) get over here." When they left I said to my coworker 'what a truly unique name for a little girl'.:roll