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September 19th, 2013 11:14 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....
"What is the point in different tastes, different preferences, if not to say that our brains are different, that we think differently."
September 19th, 2013 11:47 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 11:47 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 11:51 PM #7Senior Member
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Kinda weird.New username is @ truenature
September 19th, 2013 11:58 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).Ashley
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