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    I know a girl called chrisanne The mother's reasoning behind it was she liked the name Chris and the name Anne, so joined them together. No hyphen!

    I know some pretty shocking names, mostly all ethnic (as I am also). But to carry them through the generations and have little kids with the name of a great great grandmother/aunt/uncle/etc in today's times is just not fair on the child.

    Immocolata
    Horazio
    Gustov
    Sanjami
    Petko
    Boosh

    In terms of Anglo names I've seen
    Ahmanndah
    Steffannee
    And my personal fav

    Toe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juventina View Post
    And my personal fav

    Toe
    I hope that is pronounced as "to ee" or "too ee" and not like the things that hang off the end of a foot.

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    The worst is when people name their children after cars... I know of a child called Caprice, I always wondered if she would end up with a brother called Commodore

    The spelling in most of the names posted is atrocious, I feel sad for these poor children!

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    Lili.ar.na. It's annoying.
    Last edited by zoz; 25-10-2016 at 05:49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Summah
    I have also met someone with the same spelling. What's wrong with Summer so much nicer. Don't understand the nasty spelling.

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    Just saw this on my Facebook feed

    Linken. *face palm*

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    Harlotte. OMG. I'm so hoping it's a typo and missing the first letter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Harlotte. OMG. I'm so hoping it's a typo and missing the first letter.
    Omg. I think that is a new low. Do you think the parents know what a harlot is????

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    Oh gosh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Harlotte. OMG. I'm so hoping it's a typo and missing the first letter.
    Oh noooooooooo! That poor kid.


 

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