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i decided, since the 2nd "strange baby names" thread was getting so long, let's start another.

ready.....set.....go!

one daddy was so in love with his new daughter, and she was his little princess, he insisted on naming her "princess." mom was a bit appalled, she made sure that the middle name was elizabeth so the kid would have a choice of which name to use. wish i could remember the last name, but frankly princess elizabeth is actually quite enough! :balloons:

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My husband has a cousin Candy Cain...(real name).....our unit clerk is named Sekret.....My great great grandmother was named America, apparently not so unusual back in those days....a friend of mine graduated highschool with a girl named Stormy Dawn.....I know a Bliss, Johnny Johnson, David Davidson, Porsche, .....I had a patient who was an old man with the birth name of Baby, and went by that name........This one takes the cake...we have a Dr. Dumm....

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I've heard of a mother naming her twin boys Winston and Salem. Yep, she was a chain smoker.

The strangest name that I ever heard was "Phantom" - yes, as in Phantom of the Opera. This was my cousin's "step mother-in-law" (if there's such a thing) daughter's name for a boy. The other kid had a weird name, too, can't remember it at the moment. With a name like Phantom, I don't think he'd have a ghost of a chance escaping playground teasing... or my bad sense of humor.

Needless to say, we did a lot of eye rolling when we heard that she'd named her baby Phantom. :rolleyes:

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America was an old old name. Worked in LTC for many years and we had many ladies named "America". A little of topic but one I will never forget... America... confused as a little bed bug looked me dead in the eye and said "You USED TO BE so pretty... what happened?" Will never forget that name or that little old lady!!!

More on topic... Tim Allen of Tool Time fame ... his real name is Richard Little and said for years he had to fight to not be called Dick!!!

My husband has a cousin Candy Cain...(real name).....our unit clerk is named Sekret.....My great great grandmother was named America, apparently not so unusual back in those days....a friend of mine graduated highschool with a girl named Stormy Dawn.....I know a Bliss, Johnny Johnson, David Davidson, Porsche, .....I had a patient who was an old man with the birth name of Baby, and went by that name........This one takes the cake...we have a Dr. Dumm....

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I worked in a NICU I talked someone out of naming their baby Meconium and the staff and social worker tallked someone else (16 year olds) out of calling their twin babies Shi'thead (pronounced Sha'heed and...sorry i can't remember what they were going to name the other twin. The reason we got social work involved on that one was because the kids were laughing as they were trying to think of a way to name them that would be funny. We considered it a sign of what type of parents they were about to become. It is one thing when you name your kid something like that out of stupidity but something else when you do it as a joke.

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Just finished almost a year in a Pediatrics office, and some..okay, A LOT of the babies names were scary!!

The thing that amazes me, is these women name their children names that when you look at the spelling you can not figure out how to pronounce it, and the parent is actually angry that you misprounced the babies name.

Nevaeh was a very common one.

Growing up, my bestfriend was Tuesday Knight.

In High School there was a girl a year behind me named Tommora Dream

In 2 Doctors offices that I call frequently there is a Starr, Diamond, Bambi (yes, real name) and Jezell.

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

AUDIO SCIENCE

Parent: Actress Shannyn Sossamon

BANJO

Parents: Actress Rachel Griffiths & husband Andrew Taylor

DENIM & DIEZEL

Parents: Singer Toni Braxton & husband Keri Lewis

DIXIE DOT & BIBI BELLE

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

FIFI TRIXIBELL ,PIXIE & PEACHES HONEY BLOSSOM

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

GOD'ISS LOVE STONE & HEAVEN

Parents: Rapper Lil' Mo & husband Al Stone

JERMAJESTY

Parents: Singer Jermaine Jackson & now ex-wife Alejandra

PHINNEUS & HAZEL

Parents: Actress Julia Roberts & Camera man husband Danny Moder

PILOT INSPEKTOR

Parents: Actor Jason Lee & girlfriend Beth Riesgraf

PIRATE

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

POPPY HONEY & DAISY BOO

Parents: TV Chef Jamie Oliver and wife Julie Oliver

PUMA & SEVEN

Parent: Singer Erykah Badu

REBEL, RACER, ROCKET, & ROGUE

Parents: Director Robert Rodriguez & wife Elizabeth Avellan

REIGN BEAU & FREEDOM

Parents: Actor Ving Rhames & wife Deborah Reed

SAFFRON SAHARA, AMBER ROSE & TALLULAH PINE

Parents: Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon & wife Yasmin Parvaneh

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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: :idea: 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.

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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

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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.

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Little baby boy who they named Sheppie. Here Sheppie Sheppie!

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theres a girl in my biology class named Gold (goldie) Showers

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