Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by JumpingIn, Apr 7, 2016.
i once knew a girl called summer green... her sister was called sunshine..
le-iya (not a spelling error) its pronounced ledashia
That's the correct way of spelling it in Scandinavian countries with the "ø" weirdest name I've heard of is R-J, (arjay)
These are awesome ��
My boy has a Zofia in his preschool class, not met one before!
Oh I quite like Zofia
The one that hit the papers is pretty unusual. Mum like Kaitlyn but thought it was too popular so has used Roman numerals for the ait part. KVIIIlyn.
An unusual name I like for a girl is Lunafreya
I knew someone who called their daughter shaconcè (sha-con-say) because she liked shakira and Beyoncé
That is the worst. Omg.
That poor child...
Shaundelle. Dad was Shaun and mum was Adele.
Love this! A couple times I've heard Evren (like Evan with an "r" sound). I like it!
Other odd ones....Arbor Reign....and from my hubby (he meets odd people in his line of work) Zebulon and R U Kidding
Aprillia for a girl (as in the motorbike)
Cleon for a boy 🙈
Both of these are babies born to friends
My dad suggested Zebulon for this baby I am carrying. I politely declined even though my 15 year old daughter loved it.
I know siblings called Tiger-Lillie (Girl) and blue (boy) I know a little girl called bleu aswell. I like both names but I do think they are quite unusual.
I am not a fan of unusual names. Especially if you're just oddly spelling a traditional name.
At work I come across a lot of different names "Jyordan" pronounced Jordan. why?
CoCo (as in CoCo Chanel)not gonna lie made me think of a little white dog....
Midnight (boy) this sounds like a stripper to me....
Axel (boy) I'm guessing like on a vehicle?
Ford (as in the truck)
Cinnamon. She changed her name to Cindy.
My MIL worked in L&D as a nurse and they had a couple name their daughter Female, but pronounced "Fi-mal-ee"
My name is unusual but not completely out there. It's Tasia. Pronounced like the continent Asia, but with a T in front of it.
Not a baby, but I was watching a show about a guy in jail.
His name was DACJRD - which was the first initial of all his siblings names.
I felt bad for the dude.
my cousin's girlfriend made up their daughter's name...
they call her Kali for short, thank god.