Some Odd, Somewhat Interesting Name Finds
Today, I received a pamphlet filled with the names of couples who had celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in the past year--my grandparents included. I actually read through the entire six full pages of names, and thought someone on here might be interested in some of the more unusual finds. A good handful don't have entries here on Nameberry.
Personally, I would like to meet whoever Boomiza is and ask what her name is all about--that one takes the cake for me. On the other hand, I'm kind of on board with Velia, Marda, and Elma. Anyone else hear of some unusual, or ethnic names courtesy of the older generation, lately? I've noticed that most of the unusual names I hear are coming from young people.