What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 184

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   jessiern
    Quote from nursejoy1
    A coworker named her daughter Crymson Tyde, the other 2 children have similar names, but at the moment, I can't think of them.
    Have a relative with the last name White. Huge Bama fans. Named their daughter Crimson Ann (White)
  2. by   TealScrubies09
    I just recently heard a pt name her daughter Charisma. She told me her son's name is Justice. Thats a little weird for tastes.
  3. by   Stacy in North Texas
    Lemonjello, Orangejello, and Nosmoking (pronounced Nozmo-king) have been making the rounds for years at Parkland in Dallas. It seems like every resident "swears" they personally heard a mom name her baby those names. I think it is an urban myth.
  4. by   Mayday!
    I went to school with a girl named Lemyn Candi. LEMON CANDY! I have no idea what her middle name is, I was always too horrified to ask.

    When I was working in daycare, I personally knew a crew of siblings named, Faith, Prophyt, Patience, Saint, and Sinner. Yep.
  5. by   dansamy
    They saddled one child with "Sinner"? Oh mai gawd! Idiots.
  6. by   Mayday!
    Yep! Sinner and Saint...

    They thought there were very clever. I was unimpressed.
  7. by   sharpeimom
    twins -- one born just before midnight and the other, shortly after. both girls. names were today and tomorrow.


  8. by   egglady
    what ever happened to Michael and Susan?????
  9. by   sharpeimom
    Quote from egglady
    what ever happened to michael and susan?????
    beats me!


  10. by   rn/writer
    Quote from egglady
    what ever happened to Michael and Susan?????
    They are now spelled Mykele and Sioux-san. And their mother will wither you with disgust if you don't pronounce them correctly on the first try.
  11. by   nurseiam08
    Buick (a girl)
    Phuk (a guy)
    The latter was mentioned by one of the posters.
    My hubby worked with a guy named that, but it was pronounced "Fook". Still, a terrible terrible choice of a name.
    Although I am not the one to talk: I am from Lithuania, my name is Zivile with a checkmark above Z, pronounced similar to chevrolet. Everyone calls me "Z".
  12. by   Divine intervention
    Neveah, Heaven spelled backwards
  13. by   mertzie03
    I had a family name their son "God" (seriously) and a mom name her daughter "Le-a", which you might think would be pronounced like "Leah" but, oh, no. She got all huffy, and told us it was pronounced "La-DASH-ah"...of COURSE! lol