Question of the day from Laura and Steve

baby namesWhat is the weirdest/most unusual name you’ve ever heard of?  (bonus if you actually KNOW the person, ’cause the Lemonjello/Orangejello thing has been around for years)

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20 Responses to Question of the day from Laura and Steve

  1. Joy says:

    I kid you not, I grew up with a girl who’s name was Ona Beverage. I’ve often wondered what happened to her.

  2. Vicki says:

    Sean says; Ben Dover and Eileen Dover 😉

  3. Laura says:

    I asked this question because there is a little girl in Josh’s class named…

    wait for it…


    Yep. You read that correctly.

    Her name really is, “Abcde.” It’s pronounced, “AB-si-dee”.

  4. Sue says:

    That is just cruel and unusual punishment I think! Phil Graves was the CEO of the hospital I work at for a long time. Never struck me about his name til after he left! I’m going to have to think about this one though…

  5. mssc54 says:

    Honest to goodness;

    Years ago my Mrs. had a gynocologist named…. DR. FINGER!

    A few years ago when our 20 year old daughter was 17 she was seeing a Dermotoligist by the name of DR. KRATER!

    I promise you I am not making that up.

  6. Tosha says:

    Hmmm.. I’ve heard some weird ones over the years but can’t think of them off the top of my head..

    Jewel had a lil boy in her class last year that when she said his name it sounded like she was saying “Evil Ears” but I still have no idea what the little boys name was..

    It just astounds me what some people will name their kids.

    We had a little girl that came to our girl scouts troop once.. her name was ouwee (I can’t remember exactly how it was spelled but it sounded like ow wee)

  7. pammy wammy says:

    I had a brother-in-law whos name was Dick Cockrane.First time I heard it,I laughed inside.Then I wondered how is parents could give him his first name with a second name Cockrane.He must be around 60 now.I bet he was teased in school.I never got the nerve to ask 🙂

  8. SKL says:

    A special ed class I observed years ago (as an ed student) included a girl named Princess. A couple young siblings I tutored were named Chriscynthia and Oree. There are probably lots of others that I’m not remembering right now.

    My mom told me of an immigrant who named her daughter Fe-ma-le (pronounced feh-MAH-lay) because she thought that was the name assigned by the hospital at birth. Not sure if that was a true story, though.

    A couple of sisters on TV claimed their names were Ima Hogg and Ura Hogg.

  9. trishatruly says:

    I love unusual names. As a matter of fact I collected them for a while. Some just sound funny without an obvious reason, like Preston Sprout (I always imagined him as a sidekick to the Jolly Green Giant!)

  10. Paula says:

    I used to have a neighbor called Sandy Rump

  11. SKL says:

    Some people I work with professionally include Ms. Achenbach (I always pronounce it achin’ back) and Mr. Krabenschmidt (who happens to be a crabby shit).

  12. SKL says:

    One of my band teachers was Mr. Tweedle (yes, he did play the flute).

  13. nikki says:

    2 was her name..the spelling I cannot do b/c of missing letters on my compter! I did daycare for her son Sawl…that’s how ya say it anyhow. Again missing letters. Great people!

  14. Just a Mom says:

    I had a girl named Petina that worked for me years ago. I used to call her Petunia and she would get sooo mad! 🙂

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