Category: Bad Baby Names
tyler, preston,or mason
Makynzi: Name or vanity license plate? Type of blade or rogue Japanese crime outfit?
I once met a lady named Rodana. I think she runs a successful internet business.
In her spare time she destroys Tokyo.
I’ve suggested to my sister that she name her little girl to be – Manchester. She’s not sure about it but she’s considering. What do you think?
Clever. Like being named Pittsburg or Schenectady. Kid’ll grow up to be beaten to death by Liverpool fans.
We aren’t having kids for another year or two, but we like Kellyna Nychole, Taryn Mykah and Mykenzie Kathryn for girls.
This woman was indicted under the Flagrant Over-Use of the Letters K and Y Act of 1983.
I’m having a girl…
For the first name I like Mercedes, Michaela, Marissa, Madison, and Makenzie
For a middle name I like Alezae'(Alize) like the liquor.
Nothing like being named after a cheap mass market spritzer to define your personality.
Brooklyn Makenzie or Alexia for a girl and Hunter Gage, Justus Brice, or Darian for a boy and… The name Jaden for a girl or boy
Child grows up to become character in Danielle Steele novel.
Adrian and Katrina [last name] named their firstborn male child “Raistlin Wolf [last name]”, Raistlin being the name of a sociopathic wizard in one of those “churn ’em out” fantasy novels they both loved dearly. He’s currently five.
At least the first name shortens to “Ray” painlessly.
I know a fellow by the name of Raymond Ray. He gets a lot of mileage out of saying his parent’s liked the name Ray so much they gave it to him twice.
One of the local “We shall teach what is in the Bible and nothing BUT!” types has Darwin as a first name; I consider this proof of the harm of picking unusual names for children.
i like Brendan. and for a girl – Egwene.
Called Egg-ween or “Ewwie” for the rest of her life.
My 3 year old’s name is Charles d’Artagnan. (after the musketeer). The odd thing is that d’Artagnan (the real one)’s real name was Charles, and we did not know that when we named him, it just turned out that way. We call him d’Artagnan, too. I think this is a fun name.
Yeah. His real name. I’d love to hear the 3-year-old pronounce it, too.