What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 31

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   journeynme
    SOME OF THE WACKIEST NAMES...Straight to you from Hollywood

    Parent: Actress Shannyn Sossamon

    Parents: Actress Rachel Griffiths & husband Andrew Taylor

    Parents: Singer Toni Braxton & husband Keri Lewis

    Parents: UK TV personality Anna Ryder Richardson & husband Colin MacDougall

    Parents: Live Aid founder Bob Geldof & UK TV personality Paula Yates

    Parents: Rapper Lil' Mo & husband Al Stone

    Parents: Singer Jermaine Jackson & now ex-wife Alejandra

    Parents: Actress Julia Roberts & Camera man husband Danny Moder

    Parents: Actor Jason Lee & girlfriend Beth Riesgraf

    Parents: Korn frontman Jonathan Davis & porn star wife Deven Davis

    Parents: TV Chef Jamie Oliver and wife Julie Oliver

    Parent: Singer Erykah Badu

    Parents: Director Robert Rodriguez & wife Elizabeth Avellan

    Parents: Actor Ving Rhames & wife Deborah Reed

    Parents: Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon & wife Yasmin Parvaneh
  2. by   kbclary4
    I came across a man at work a few years ago named Bubble. It was on his drivers license and (someone who is braver than I asked) it was given to him at birth. :chuckle
    I worked with a girl whose sister was having a baby and decided on a name she really liked. Of course, one of her other pregnant friends, who delivered two months previously, named her baby the exact same thing. This really upset the sister (I have never understood this) since she now could not name her baby the name she really liked. Her solution: to pick a name that no one would steal. I swear, this was the reason she gave for deciding to name her child Nautica Maebelle. If she knew no one would steal it, then she must have known why and that is just cruel.
  3. by   jamaicanRN
    there were three baby girls borned the night my sister was and a set of twin boys, the girls all had very nice names Luisa, Rachel, and Jahmila (strange, but is arabic for princess i do believe or so my dad says) and drumroll...........

    the boys were named Majestic Map and Scientific Map Allens or andrews i think
  4. by   imenid37
    My sister had an african-american classmate back in the 1970's named Glossy White. My co-worker had a baby in June. Her name: Holly Winters. We recently had a child named Buck middle name Hunter. Demen-Tia was a little girl. Tara middle name Rizer.
    Last edit by imenid37 on Jul 24, '05
  5. by   Audreyfay
    Little baby boy who they named Sheppie. Here Sheppie Sheppie!
  6. by   piscesgirl
    theres a girl in my biology class named Gold (goldie) Showers
  7. by   ndsweetheart
    So this is only my 5th week working as a RN on the OB unit. But so far we have had 3 babies named Nevaeh, 1 named Heaven Lee, and the winner so far is:
    Felony for a beautiful little baby girl. The social worker was called in and could not get the mother to change the name. They first of all figured that she did not know the word means but was not the case.
  8. by   Private Peds Nurse
    If you think those are strange, how about a set of twins named orangejello pronounced armongelo, and lemonjello pronounced lemongello...so help me thats the weirdest names I ever heard of...you recon the mom was craving jello during her pregnancy???? Sure beats me...
  9. by   MrsCannibal
    I'm not touching the jello names, since I've heard those names as punch lines to jokes, and have had people for years saying, "I know someone that knows someone who saw kids with this name..." If you REALLY know kids with the jello names, yikes! Anyway, always like checking out the births in the local papers to scan the names...recent contributions: Persephone Jewel, Tarabithia Neveah(as in the kids book, Bridge to Tarabithia, I guess), Maryjane D'Lite, Aryan Kay (met mom at a Chuckie Cheese, she told me proudly that dad chose name because he is white supremist) and Brian James Seiman (not sure of the spelling, but its pronounced like ya think), went to school with him. He chose to go by the initials BJ, and joined the Navy just so he would be called Seaman BJ Seiman. Classy.
  10. by   JadeNurse1980
    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....
    WOW I thought I was the strangest Tiphanie out there

    My best friend's name is Crystalstarr

    Crystalstarr's new niece is Heaven Leigh Raines
  11. by   das
    Teaspoon Typhoon he worked in housekeeping at the hospital where I worked
  12. by   goldenboy
    Quote from rnlabornurse4u
    i decided, since the 2nd "strange baby names" thread was getting so long, let's start another.


    twins from last night - gypsy and cinnamon. (what a great start to their porn/stripper careers)

    orion - (baby boy) - ok, this one did have a romantic, constellation engagement story behind it, so it's not so bad, but still a strange, out-there name.

    orzio - another baby boy - poor kid

    and, drumroll please..................... :hatparty:

    happy birthday to the winner of the year:

    queen messiah jesus christ

    oh yes, that was the baby's full, legal name for the birth certificate. oh how wonderful.

    give me a few more births to attend at work, and i'm sure to have more to add. i have definitely noticed a trend towards the unusual/unique names lately. some of them sound and look just like random letters thrown together, that i can't even recall them once i get home.

    the poor, poor kids........

    l&d rn
    i am a twin and the first question i am asked is what is your name, your brothers? my name is frank, my brothers stein. do they rhyme?
  13. by   JVanRN
    Quote from dawngloves
    If anyone post about Lemonjello and Orangejello again, I will make you eat your keyboard!
    But really...My husband's brother's best friend's girlfriend's cousin's stepsister's mother's friend's aunt really knows a lady who knew someone who taught two twins named that. No for real.

    I did hear of a baby named Nevaeh Tnes. Unfortunately Nevaeh is becoming quite popular...but I don't like it. Heaven spelled backwards seems kind of evil if you ask me.
    Last edit by JVanRN on Jul 25, '05