What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 110

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   futureRN2006
    Well today twin boys Maximus Justice and Americus Liberty arrived!!! The parents are naturalized U.S. citizens!! Very glad to be here no doubt.
  2. by   ElvishDNP
    Quote from 33-weeker

    another one, a girl, 'Cytlali' (sit-LA-lee)?
    Citlali (or Cytlali) is a fairly common Hispanic name. I've run across several in the last few years.
  3. by   santhony44
    Quote from Arwen_U
    Hey, at least they aren't the "seven c's"....
    No "Seven C's" but we do know a family that are the seven "D"'s!
  4. by   santhony44
    Quote from 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
    Or you could be creative with your spelling, like the mom of Conswaylow.
  5. by   KGRmomRN
    I've heard of someone's real first name as Christmas. There was an older man that told me his name was Nepoleon Love and I thought he was joking, but he showed me his ID and that really is his name. I've heard of a Devilin, the name itself is not bad, it's the way the parents spelled it. Then there's all the Princess, Precious,Destiny,Desire,Unique, Uniqa, Lock,Aquanetta, Ray'net, Onteron and so on and so forth.
  6. by   daisybaby
    Quote from ayla2004
    declan is an anglized irish name. Ayla is a turkish name for a gilr and means the halo around the moon.
    Recently, we had one Ayla- I think it's pretty.
  7. by   Ado Annie
    I went to school with David (the only boy), D'Ray, D'Nell, D'Linda, and Dusty.
  8. by   bsunurse
    DeLasJuan (the last one)
  9. by   HeatherB,CST
    Kleenexia Tissuetta
    (mom found inspiration sitting on the bedside table)

    (looks innocent enough, but pronounced LASAGNA)


    (mom misspelled Tempestt - after Tempestt Bledsoe of The Cosby Show)

    and I went to High School with
    Mercedes Benz Jones (girl)
    Coupe DeVille Jones (boy)
    ...we called 'em Mercy and Coop.
  10. by   Kelly_the_Great
    Saw this the other day in an immunization clinic, D'Raymontae; pronounced (Dee-Ray-Mon-Tay).
  11. by   crysobrn
    When we get ACOG records from the dr's offices we start a file on the pt so that we can pull their records and looking thru them one night we had a "Kizzy" "Kibble" and "Sparkle" All at the same time... I thought hmm I wonder who/what they were named for. When Kibble finally showed up to deliver I asked about her name saying it was unique and she said that her dad liked the word "kibble" like the dog food so that's what they named her. She named her daughter something very common. Maybe Madison or something so obviously she wasn't too crazy about her unique name...
  12. by   sissyboo
    I know a girl named Jade Emerald Greene...pathetic.

    Have known some twins to be Jonas and Jason, Michael and Micheal (Michelle), and Aidan and Nadia (spelled backwards)....

    I haven't seen many containing punctuation..thankfully! I'd have no idea how to pronounce them...

    What will they come up with next?
  13. by   SaderNurse05
    I volunteered with a Peanut Necessary...male..on his driver's license.