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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I know someone who works with families and encountered a family of 11 kids, one of whom was named after where he was conceived.

    Hally.

    Yes. Conceived 'in the hall'.
    These are hilarious, although Metallica could grow on me

    i met met a couple a while back with 2 children named after places they were conceived, I wouldn't have guessed but she explained their names immediately, and told me "everyone's doing it now." Nope don't think they are

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    No words. I'm guessing it's pronounced "Phoenix"....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    No words. I'm guessing it's pronounced "Phoenix"....
    I think Finnick is a genuine name - possibly named after Finnick Odair from Huner Games?

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    Yep I agree genuine name most likely from the Hunger Games. We have a Finn and often call him Finnick (amongst others) as a nickname

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    No words. I'm guessing it's pronounced "Phoenix"....
    Finnick is a legit name. I think your Facebook friend has just forgotten to use an apostrophe.

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    I encountered a little boy named Zozo at work. As far as I could tell no cultural significance. Is this a name others have heard and I've just been missing it?

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    Hmmm just because it is a character in a movie, Hunger Games, doesnt make it a genuine name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Hmmm just because it is a character in a movie, Hunger Games, doesnt make it a genuine name.
    The internet (100% accurate source of all knowledge) suggests Finnick originated as an English surname.

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    Default Horrible baby names

    I actually love Finnick. 😳
    Would never use it because I'd seem REALLY into the hunger games (which I'm not.) haha


 

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