Uncommon, or wierd names?

United States
July 18, 2007 10:22pm CST
Do you have a relative or know someone that has a wierd, or uncommon name? Do you know of any roads that have wierd, or uncommon names? We have a lot of wierd road names around this area. Here's a couple: Tater Knob Rd., and Tater Ridge Rd. Apparently we like taters here. lol A person's first name- My granny's name was Icey. I'm interested in seeing what you guys come up with here.
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• Philippines
22 Jul 07
my name is un common..i dunno where they got it but i guess its a weird name after all..Diselle is my name and they always make fun of me like a gasolne sounds like.
• United States
22 Jul 07
Yes, your name's pretty uncommon. It is a pretty name though.
@MsTickle (24983)
• Australia
22 Jul 07
There's a chappy who moved into town about a year ago with his family. His name is Solitaire....he's about 50. Imagine going through life with a name like that? He calls himself Sol.
• United States
22 Jul 07
That's a name I've never heard on a person. I love the game, though. lol Especially, spider solitaire. I don't think I'd want the name though.
@lburns70 (182)
• United States
20 Jul 07
As you know, my son's name is Javen, after his great great grandfather. I have heard of Gavin but not Javen. I also know several people with more than one middle name, which to me is weird.
• United States
20 Jul 07
No, your son is the only one I've heard with the name, Javen. It's a pretty neme. I feel the same way about multiple middle names, seems pretty unnecessary. lol
@AmbiePam (49888)
• United States
19 Jul 07
I don't think I can think of any weird street names. There is a road in Tulsa, Oklahoma named after my mom because my great grandpa built the road. But no weird road names come to my mind. As for my family, I have a cousin named Garron, but that's not too weird. I also have a cousin named Demyree, which is pronounced Deemarie. I do know of one weird name. I once went to church with a lady named Ima Roach. I kid you not. That was her name.
• United States
19 Jul 07
A lady I used to work with, spoke of twin sisters, who's names were Ima and Ura. The last name was a farm aninal, either hogg or pigg, I think.