What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 209

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   cosmicmama
    Not sure of spelling, but something like Ameelyonneire, pronounced "a millionaire". (on purpose, they thought they were creating a self-fulfilling prophecy).
  2. by   cosmicmama
    Quote from Kay Smith
    While in a Florida nursing school during our L&D rotation, a newborn was named Profit. His new mother could not spell Prophet.
    That reminds me of the girl I used to work with whose name was spelled "Daniel", although it was pronounce "Danielle". Her mother misspelled it on the birth certificate.
  3. by   nyashan
    too funny! :d

    Quote from sharpeimom
    earlier i posted names from multiple generations of one local family. quick review:

    fred senior
    fred junior (my age)
    junior fred

    and now <drumroll>

    introducing this year's model
    junior fred junior...

    aaaccckkk! oh, and they always use the entire name.
  4. by   wilma30RN
    I know a Denial...
  5. by   Cindy_A
    My husband went to school with a boy named Peter, which is not a bad name. The problem was that his last name was Eder, pronounced "eater." I guess the parents didn't put the names together.
  6. by   ittybabyRN
    On my unit now... Mayonna Princess, Starlisa, twins Dayanna and Destyni, and a Messiah
  7. by   ginmarada
    I have a friend who's first, last and muddle are a common names but put together it is terribly embarrassing.....

    Chris Scott Gass
  8. by   sharpeimom
    that should have come with a spew alert!:d
  9. by   GrowingBabies

    Parents did not have a name picked before the baby was born. When they changed his first diaper, they said it "stank".
  10. by   Penelope_Pitstop
    Quote from LotsofExperience
    Come on, people!

    Some of these are Urban Legends that have been around a lloooong time! Check them out yourself on Snopes and Urban Legends websites

    Before anyone posts this one (maybe I should have read the whole thread before I say this) let me tell you that the newest "name story"

    "I heard from a friend of mine who works regeistering new patients that a lady got really mad when no one could pronounce her daughter's name. It's spelled Ja-ia. People were saying JAAYa JayIA, none of it right. The mom said "Her name be JA DASH I A...that dash don't be silent"."

    This one is both a legend AND racist so it's a double whammy.
    I'm failing to see the racism.
  11. by   MickeysMom
    I did medical records at a hospital while in NS and had a patient named Hollywood Wisher, first and last name.....
  12. by   suezan59
    One of our techs who's been there for years swears that we had a baby boy named "Sh*thead" (pronounced "Sha-TEED"), but actually spelled just like the cuss word. I'm hoping that when the birth certificate was filed they vetoed that one...
  13. by   l&drocks
    I would have to Vagina....pronounced as va-gina