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  1. #21
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    I also used to work with children and came across some unusual ones - Libbra-Joseph, Christabella, Kal-el, Thyliesson, Sahdia, and LaAnda are the ones that stick out in my mind.
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    Gineth. Family friend who is in his late 50's.
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  3. #25
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    Oh, how could I forget? An old coworker named his daughter Atari (supposedly something to do with his wife's Vietnamese heritage, but I'm not buying it - he's a game nerd ). Another coworker more recently named his daughter Alex@beth (with an a not an @). I wish I could remember Lexi's two middle names, I believe they are also unusual.
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  4. #27
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    The most unusual one I know is eggles it is a boys name and then juris (you riss).

  5. #29
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    I just found Aurel as a French man's name in a new cookbook (interesting place to mine for names, but of course I was). I liked the look of it so much that I did a bit of research on it and found it's apparently more common in Hungary, Romania and the Slovak countries than in France, but it's very unusual here.
    I also saw Godfrid in a youth concert program recently. His last name also looked Scandinavian, so Godfrid may not be strange in his family, but it seemed unique on an American first-grader.
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