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    Strangest I have ever come across was a five year old called Epiphany. Epiphany Destiny.

    Sister was Faith, which I like, except her full name was Faith Hope-Charity.

    Meh, my kid has Danger for a middle name. I guess that is undoubtedly bogan. I wouldn't say we were though.

    DH wants Elvis Maverick for any future boys haha. That is not happening.

    For the record, ds has a older very traditional first name that we spell the same way my grand father spelt his name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post

    As for Xavier (pp mentioned it has a silent E), the pronounciation "ex-avier" is not a silent E, it's actaully the "x" being pronounced "ex".
    I wasn't meaning that it has a silent e, I meant that when said it sounds like it could have an e in front of it - like how you mentioned "ex"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodelly View Post
    Rafferty Flash sounds like something dirty!!
    If you're not careful i'll flash my rafferty at you

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    Koupa (As in Cooper) - for a girl!
    Ummm. Wrong.

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    I went to school with a lisbeth she was Danish I think it's popular in Denmark.

    Anyway, I have come across some unusual ones: Ruta, laine, lovedeep, beach and Sharon wong.

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    Hahaha i know a lovedeep too!!! .... Also puto chitwa ugh ....And i went to school with a girl named Melody Valentine Cool name tho...

    My name has one too many R's, i just tell people that my mum spelt my name wrong hehe!!

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    Cazza, I know, professionally, a lawyer with the same name (mv), and while it's unusual, it's definitely weird enough to be problematic. I have wondered if her parents were hippies.

    It's the same person, I imagine.

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    Ugh, the app won't let me edit. I left out the not. I meant it's not one of those awful type strange names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilWombatQueen View Post
    *Shrug* We named our daughter Boudica. Hence I'm not going to be Frowny McJudgiepants about anyone else's chosen baby name. Pot, kettle, etc.
    Hehehehehehhe love the post... U speak like I speak... Frownie mcJudgiepants hehe and pot, kettle... In fact- husband is that you????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopoke View Post
    i dont get the name combos of Jamie Olivers kids -

    Poppy Honey Rosie
    Daisy Boo Pamela
    Petal Blossom Rainbow
    Buddy Bear Maurice
    Yes but Mr Oliver is apparently also a weirdo who dresses up in his gfs clothing when she is not home (apparently Demi Hines came home one day to Jamie in her dress when they dated...)


 

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