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#71 Virg

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    Posted 23 June 2008 - 07:32 AM

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by LadyP
    I can give the names of students


    F'emale
    Edazjah
    Jamese
    Kenea
    Cateara
    Ikea
    Amirror
    and the last and most tacky CLAYMIDIAH

    CLAYMIDIAH
    IKEA

    REALLY??
    What is next? Apple??
    no wait... that's gwenyth's baby!
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    #72 Virg

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      Posted 23 June 2008 - 07:41 AM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by LisaG
      I have a friend who's little girls name is Nevaeh Bliss. I love it!
      Neveah is Heaven spelt backwards. One of my friends is planning on naming her baby that as wel (a girl)
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      #73 RiuBride2b

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        Posted 23 June 2008 - 09:32 PM

        One of my friends name is MiHolly. I think that name is pretty. I call her MiHolly Jolly!

        #74 stkitts2010

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          Posted 24 June 2008 - 09:52 PM

          We don't intend on having any children for another 5 years, at least. However we have names picked out for our future children.

          We plan on adopting and conceiving a total of five children! We don't have any boys names picked out though.

          We've combined parts of his name and my name to come up with one name which is unique-Menaelle.

          #75 Cassondra2009

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            Posted 24 June 2008 - 10:54 PM

            I went to high school with a kid named Richard Small. His nickname was Dick. When they called out last names first he was called "Small, Dick". Thats just wrong.

            This thread was a great idea. I've been laughing out loud for at least 10 minutes!

            My friend's mom is a nurse and said that a woman who didn't speak English thought the nurse's named her baby "Female" but really they were just recording the sex of the baby. Thats just wrong...someone should have told her.

            #76 townie princess

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              Posted 26 June 2008 - 03:54 PM

              Well my name is Sorcha Caoimhe (first name is Irish for Sarah), and it's more popular in the UK than over here.

              My sister's name is Briony (English for Brianna), her daughter's name is Kiora (pronounced key-or-ah)

              My dad's name is Breffni, I don't know what that means.

              The rest of the family has "normal" names. Even my last name is spelled differently than the norm.

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              #77 MsShelley

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                Posted 26 June 2008 - 03:57 PM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by Cassondra2009
                I went to high school with a kid named Richard Small. His nickname was Dick. When they called out last names first he was called "Small, Dick". Thats just wrong.

                This thread was a great idea. I've been laughing out loud for at least 10 minutes!

                My friend's mom is a nurse and said that a woman who didn't speak English thought the nurse's named her baby "Female" but really they were just recording the sex of the baby. Thats just wrong...someone should have told her.

                omg!!! I work with a guy named Richard Smallwood. they joke and call him Dick!!

                #78 EricaG

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                  Posted 26 June 2008 - 04:07 PM

                  Another thing that I can't understand is when people name their kids so their first and last names match.

                  eg. David McDavid
                  Fredrick Fredricks
                  Donald Donaldson

                  I have seen several names like these that have come into the ER at work. Everytime I see it, I wonder why It could definately isn't a bad name, but I just don't understand the reasoning for having 2 names that are basically the same!
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                  #79 StephanieMN

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                    Posted 26 June 2008 - 04:37 PM

                    I went to school with a Mia Ho (pronounced My)
                    When I taught there was a little boy in the class who was very aggressive and his name was Safe. We joke he was the "un-one" because he clearly was unsafe.

                    #80 LadyP

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                      Posted 26 June 2008 - 04:45 PM

                      I taught a William williams

                      Also this woman who has ALOT of children

                      Tashon
                      tashanique
                      Laquan
                      Laniqua
                      Mimi
                      and dont remember the last two




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