What is WEIRDEST NAME you have heard??

@benthose (475)
India
April 2, 2008 3:37pm CST
Well, nowadays I find a lot of people with really weird and funny names.. Do you know any of your friends names or any name you have heard of?? My classmate's is the funniest I have heard so far.. No, this is not from my wildest imaginations. It is really real!! I swear!! Here it is: His name is ZYXMN. Yes, it is. You don't believe it?? I can't help it.. But it is true. (Don't ask me for him full name.) As the name is too hard to pronounce, we call him simply Jack. So have you heard or do you know anything of the sort?? Please do share them here..
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11 responses
• United States
2 Apr 08
I knew of someone named Summer Camp once! (that was her first and last name, I bet she was happy when she got married.) When I was at the hospital having the birth certificate made for my little one, I asked the person that made them what the wierdest name they had once and she said "Intheeyesofgod"
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@benthose (475)
• India
2 Apr 08
That is weird.. But the funny part is that it does make sense with a meaning, adding insult to injury!!!
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• India
5 Apr 08
There is one particular place in our country where parents name their children in all sorts of ways. They have names like Full Moon, Remember, April, Jerusalem, Surrender, Japan, Germany, Monday Son (cos he was born on Monday), Hitler Son, etc. Whenever we hear of weird names we say that it must be from that particular state.
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@benthose (475)
• India
5 Apr 08
Can I know which particular state it is?? Or I will have to assume that you are just coking up crap.. hehe jus kiddin'
• India
5 Apr 08
There is this state called Meghalaya in India. People from the state have weird names. I heard that there is a family that has named the children from Sunday to Saturday. But this am not sure, I just heard it.. but what I said above is true. It is not a joke.
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@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
8 Apr 08
Well, I went to school with a set of twins named Rainy and Stormy. They say their mom named them that since it was was storming out..Lucky for them it wasn't Sunshine and Rainbow..I also lived next to a girl named Blue Star. Please don't ask me what their mothers were on..lol and my moms friend has a son who named his kid Nevaeh, it is heaven spelled backwards hopefully she won't grow up to be a little devil..My sister in law wanted to name her little girl Mercedes benz lucky for us it got changed last minute to Alexus Jasmine.
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@benthose (475)
• India
8 Apr 08
Those names were very interesting.. Thanks for sharing
@kishusia (1069)
• India
6 Apr 08
In old days Indian ladies used to have names on sweets - Rabri, Barfo, Imarti. A boy has name Laddoo, another sweet. Then one person has a surname Chootia.
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@benthose (475)
• India
6 Apr 08
Hehe.. Quite funny. But, unfortunately, the other mylotters will not be able to understand those names..
@academic2 (7010)
• Uganda
5 Apr 08
I dont see the weirdness in names although a colleage of mine was weilding a name that to me was very out outrageous-" Mr.Weighty Sh.t" and the name didnt really seem to bothe him!
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@benthose (475)
• India
5 Apr 08
I think I should make a weird-name-collection diary with all the names in this discussion.. Thanks for the response.. Hope I get more..
5 Apr 08
I know its very real. Names like charity, patience and precious are now common but i have met somebody called one and his sister was called two. i cant get over how lame it is. Maybe his parents were planning to churn the kiddies out and decided to numbr them rather than name them. My cousin is calles Elandri, after my aunts sisters : Elize, Dolly, Elmari and Dolly. I always like the name Dizideria.
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@benthose (475)
• India
5 Apr 08
Thats a big lot of funny names.. Thanks for for reminding me of this: A physics professor, who was so fond of physics that he names his daughter Alpha and his son Beta..
@comfort55 (1574)
• India
7 Apr 08
Few years back I had gone with my husband to another city for a business trip. There I met this family whose son's name was Freedom. I got intrigued and asked the parents reason for such name.. They said that he was born on the day of Independence of this country hence his name.
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@kalav56 (11503)
• India
7 Apr 08
Well your discussion topic has taken me 33 odd years down memory lane.When i was in college I heard that a girl was called [her real name being] ' SOCIALISM'. At the age of eighteen/twenty I did find it a bit mysterious and intriguing and slightly strange.But I remember having mentally speculated that her parents may have held some strong beliefs on this count or might have been interested in the subject or so.
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@shizuoka (352)
• United States
6 Apr 08
My brother had a speech therapist by the name of Chime Clock when he was a child. I always thought that was really hysterical, but some of your other responses are even better.
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@pumpkinjam (5774)
• United Kingdom
6 Apr 08
I thought I knew people with weird names but I've never heard one that weird. I have heard of kids called Blue and I think the two strangest names I have heard were "Gage" and "Kale" and "Coryn". A name which springs to mind which isn't unusual but I do wonder why someone would do such a thing is "John Johnson" I went to school with at least 2 people with that name and I will never understand any parent who names a child like that!
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@emeraldisle (13146)
• United States
4 Apr 08
Well I knew a girl in college who was named Zenith but the strangest I ever heard of was the children of the one millionaire who's last name was Lear. He named his daughter Crystal Chanda and his son Gay Cava. So there names were Crystal Chandelier and Gay Cavalier in sound. From what I understand part of his will said for them to inherit they couldn't change their names either. I thought that was bizarre but the name you mention seems even more so.