My sister-in-law has a student named La-a. Not just an urban legend.
I don't like boys names on girls, I think most kids have enough issues growing up without adding gender confusion to the mix.
Pretty much all made up names and various silly spellings of established names too. Again you're just asking for trouble, a whole life of spelling and correcting people and trying to explain that your parents were being 'interesting' rather than stupid lol
I do get a tad angry when I see some of the made-up stupidness I've seen floating around recently. Briley, Brinley, MaKaylyn - stuff like that. Your child will grow up and have to be an adult with that name, it's selfish and cruel to make your child sound like a 5 year old for the rest of their life and when it comes to their future career, you are not helping them in the least.
Yes, it DOES make me a bit angry. I went to college for HR, I'm the one whose going to have to be dealing with this silliness when your children grow up and need a job.
Also, the boys names on girls thing angers me. Yes, actually angers me - mostly because it ONLY goes from masculine to feminine, it's completely frowned upon for it to go from feminine to masculine. The double standards and the social implications are just...wrong.
Just curious, but what country allows the - symbol for names?