What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 109

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   ShockerGirl07
    Quote from BirthingBabies
    Harley and Davidson!


    That reminds me of Walker and Texas Ranger from Talledga(sp) Nights
  2. by   ShockerGirl07
    Just remembered one! You can't make this up...Sunset Raper...poor girl
  3. by   33-weeker
    Another one... Omarcus (Oh-mar-cus) - not sure how they are spelling it.
    Give me a break.
  4. by   33-weeker
    Quote from ShockerGirl07
    Just remembered one! You can't make this up...Sunset Raper...poor girl
    Raper or Rapper? Surely not raper!
  5. by   33-weeker
    Not sure of the spelling, but I do have a friend with a boy named Leekus. Definitely different...
  6. by   futureRN2006
    I once worked with a cna named Lash Layne. She told me story behind the name but I don't recall it now. Kinda sounds like the name of a superhero.
  7. by   nursechris1
    I went to high school with a girl named London Bridge
  8. by   ShockerGirl07
    Quote from 33-weeker
    Raper or Rapper? Surely not raper!

    yes, it was raper...i would either be changing my name, or getting married QUICK! at the time though we were in middle school, and she never changed it as long as i knew her!
  9. by   mugg54
    Twins... the Mom wanted their names to rhyme,
    Deockanita Obreana
    Jeockilita Lobreana:uhoh21:



    Candy Cane

    Dad was Darren... Darrenisha, Dad was Henry...Henrietta, Dad was Stan... Stanlisha, twins Dad was James... Jamesetta, Jameseisha

    Lexxus Rich


    Muskaterisha (not a joke) the mom said she had eaten 3 Musketeers bars her entire pregnancy and wanted to name the baby after the candy! She was an adorable little baby too!

    Tunaya not sure how they pronounced it, hope the kid likes tuna!

    A boy named She'don?????

    I don't know I hear so many strange names, I always just think...the poor kid!
  10. by   Victoriakem
    Quote from ShockerGirl07
    Just remembered one! You can't make this up...Sunset Raper...poor girl
    When I lived in the Mid-west, Raper was a fairly common last name. There's even an RV dealership that's called Raper's RV's in Indiana. Personally, I would have gone straight to the court house for a name change when I turned 18, but that's just me.
  11. by   Mandynsnuf
    Lately we have had people coming in with the spellings of the name written out b/c they CAN'T remember how to spell the name....if you can't spell it by memory you probably shouldn't name your child that......LOL
  12. by   Mandynsnuf
    Oh I forgot about RoyAnn
  13. by   ayla2004
    Quote from shell_rn
    Here are some I have come across, OB doc from India I think named Dr Cutshe pronounced "coochie" another OB doc named her first 3 after potatoes since she grew up on a potato farm Yukon and Magnus boys, Winter girl and last son Ruger. We recently had a Nevaeh. Also in the past Wyndam, Katana, Typhany, Acacia, Eleni, Hermione, Raija, America, Declan, Domojia, Rider, Cordell, Rico, Cienna, Alasia, Lakota, Vayda, Ryne, Bo, Jistien, Blade, Chayton, Bennett, Brylie, Taj, Armiena, Jorryn, Claydrian, Brynn, Sonny, Zephania, Junior, Briar, Contessa, Dyani, Urban, Myshia, Aiyana, Ayla, Shyla, Yasmean, Aurora, Cadense, (my son-Holten), Ryland, Stormy, Caulden, Tirzah, Linus, Bryten, Adara, Linnea and that's just the last 4 yrs worth....
    declan is an anglized irish name. Ayla is a turkish name for a gilr and means the halo around the moon.