What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 185

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   IllinoisCCEMT-P
    The best one i have seen is Shithead. Its not pronounced the way its spelled its Shi-thade or something like that.
  2. by   sharpeimom
    how about rejinina gein?

    parents need a spelling and phonetics lesson because it's pronounced regina jean.

    shar pei mom
  3. by   massbaby
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  5. by   PsychRNMsz
    Quote from marj griggs
    justin thyme

    my (chemist) bro insisted he would name his children chlorine, florine, bromine and iodine. he didn't (wife may have had something to do with that)
    [font="tahoma"]omg i actually know a justin thyme and what is worse, his parents did this on purpose r/t his last name
  6. by   PsychRNMsz
    Don't know if you have seen this one yet but, it is pronounced Ash-o-lay spelled A-S-S-H-O-L-E
  7. by   DistrictNurse19
    I know of a mom who named her baby girl "VaGina" pronounced the same as Jeana but with the "Vah" sound before it. How would you like to go through life writing your name as a female reproductive organ? Poor kid!
  8. by   nitenurse02
    I went to high school with a set of sisters (well the younger two I never really knew the oldest one).

    The grandparents had named them!
  9. by   sharpeimom
    from this morning's paper:

    harper hannah hailey harvey
    whose big sister got a mention too... hannah harper hailey harvey. couldn't these geniuses think of a second set of different names? :imbar


    donae daquipipil ____.


    shar pei mom
  10. by   1EmergencyRN
    These are too funny! Goes to show how all over the place people can be! I saw one, "Oceana Blue", seems a little much. This other one is a kicker, La-shia. Now how would you pronounce that? The mom got mad when it was prounounced "Lashia" and angrily corrected "Ladasha" You are supposed to actually say "dash" in there... really!?, really!!
  11. by   Lovelee82
    one patient named her daughter Agoddess.
  12. by   33-weeker
    These dash (-) names crack me up. If they told me, "The dash isn't silent.", I'd be tempted to say, " Honey, dashes are ALWAYS silent." :smackingf
  13. by   kanzi monkey
    "Talula Does the Hula in Hawaii"

    I heard about this one in the news about a year ago. A quick google search (I couldn't remember the exact "name" as it's technically a "phrase") brought me to this:


    My favorite of the "allowed" names: "Number 16 Bus Shelter"