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  1. #161
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    Apr 2013
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    I spent 3 months working at a school for the visually impaired, these were some of the many names I saw:

    Laurisa (Larissa)
    Connor (for a girl)
    Syanthay (not even sure how this one's said)
    Noah (girl)
    Murandah
    Alayet (ah-light)
    Rhett
    Barry

    My daughter also has these names in her class:

    Drummer
    Snow
    Aleeana (al-ee-an-ah)
    Hadee
    Mazy (Maisie)
    Millie-Mae
    Kc-Ann (Kasey Ann)
    Katie-Li
    Havah
    Lilimae
    Sindre



    why...why would you name your child Kc-Ann?
    Ciara Alison Grace (age 4)

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    Emmeline, Juliette, Danielle, Mirabelle, Seraphina, Violet, Valerie, Merida
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  2. #163
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
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    An old friend of mine recently had twin boys and named on Nickles. I assume she meant it to be Nicholas, but Nickles looks like it should be pronounced like the plural of the American five cent coin.

  3. #165
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Location
    England, UK
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    In the UK, one of our most famous chefs is Jamie Oliver. If you didn't know, his children have the most sickly sweet names!

    The girls are:
    ~ Poppy Honey Rosie
    ~ Petal Blossom Rainbow
    ~ Daisy Boo Pamela

    And the boy:
    ~ Buddy Bear Maurice
    ~ 21 year-old name lover ~

  4. #167
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Location
    Europe
    Posts
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    My cousin, who already has a daughter named ChloƩ, had a baby less than a year ago and named her Kylia. Bear in mind my cousin is french, and in french the pronouciation would amount to Kill-YUH, as in "I'll kill ya !"

    I know it's tame next to some other names in this thread but my jaw really dropped with this one. In France there is definitely a trashy factor when you use a foreign name and you can't even be bothered to attempt to pronounce it right. Plus the massive contrast with her big sister's name, which is very common and ordinary in France. It really took some getting used to. Goes to show you just don't know people as well as you think huh ?

  5. #169
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Location
    Humboldt, California
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    Noah (Noa) is a legit Hebrew girl's name. My first thought when I saw Havah was Chava, also a Hebew name. I believe it's a variation.

    KC-Ann is pretty awful, though.

    I know a Carson (g), Eythan (b), Erin (b) and Dung (g), pronounced doong.
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