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September 19th, 2013 10:14 PM #1
There's a girl in my college class, and her name is E. Kodi-Leigh. The E isn't short for anything, her birth name is legitimately E. Kodi-Leigh. Her younger sister however, has a much more usable name....Cleopatra. So, E. Kodi-Leigh and Cleopatra. I know a few berries like/love Cleopatra, so thought I'd share this one. I've never met anyone who's had a letter simply thrown into their name before....
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September 19th, 2013 10:47 PM #3
That is really odd. Makes me wonder what the parents were thinking...not necessarily in a bad way, just wondering how they settled on those really random names.~ Larissa
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September 19th, 2013 10:47 PM #5Senior Member
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I once read an article about baby names and there was a couple who named their oldest daughter E. Just E, nothing else, and i don't think she had a middle either. I always wanted to find the article to see if they ever did a follow-up interview when she was older, but of course I've never managed to find it.
Kodi-leigh is interesting, as is Cleopatra. Neither seem like they'd be particularly easy to live with, but I'm sure they're surviving just fineI hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.
My apologies for any typos; i post from my mobile phone.
September 19th, 2013 10:51 PM #7Senior Member
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Kinda weird.New username is @ truenature
September 19th, 2013 10:58 PM #9
That is quite odd. Why not just Kodi Leigh? lol. I'm not genuinely surprised by an actual letter on the birth certificate and that's all, though. President Truman didn't have a middle name, just a middle initial (Harry S Truman--no period, even!--was his name!), and my grandfather was legitimately L. B. Smith. No FN, no MN, just a set of initials, because my great grandmother couldn't be presumed upon to choose 2 little names. She didn't even have any other children, so I can't imagine why she couldn't come up with anything more than two initials, but whatever, hahaha! It's assumed the two initials she chose was after her uncle/brother/father/grandfather (not sure which!), whose full name was Lester Beebe (at least she didn't pass that down! L. B. is much preferred to that, lol).