Crazy names? Or do you like them?
Asking this again because I didn't get a lot of answers last time.
Juliet R asked a question about liberal vs. narrow-minded naming styles (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;… and that made me want to share these with you.
The other day I had my 17 week u/s done at the "ultrasound store" - I just don't know what else to call it - and I found some amazing names. After the babies are born, the moms take them back to leave a foot/hand-print and baby's name on the wall. I wrote down all the ones I thought were strange, spelled funny, or just bad...but seeing that these are REAL NAMES picked by REAL MOMS, I wondered how many people on here would like them.
So, tell me: Are these crazy names or do you like them?
Emmanie - is this like Emani?
Ayce - don't know if boy or girl
Aaiden - yes, that's two As and an I
Jediah - yes, that's missing a syllable
Marcel - Really?
R. Le'Stat - Lestat, Lestat, that sounds familiar...vampiric, almost
Perseus - a girl
Gabriale - Perseus's sister
Nia and Kai - twins. I liked the way this set matched without being too obvious
and twins Krishon and Krisjon. Oh yeah, that is no joke.
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- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Oh lord. Okay, one of my number one pet peeves is punctuation in the middle of someone's name, and then a capitol letter, like its a whole new word now! Come on! And the Greek myth names must go. Poor Krishon and Krisjon aren't going to be able to know who's talking to who if the "j" is silent in Krisjon. Rylan-its like a typo, like it was supposed to be Dylan. Marcel-I worked with a guy named Marcel at a 24 hour Denny's Diner. No. Too many extra letters in names, like three a's, and extended endings with all these vowels...exhausting to read. These names are all crazy, but one that bothers me the most is R. Le'Stat". What newborn baby has an initial as a first name? LIke he is a scholarly scientist or author or stuffy old man so he just dropped the first name, and decided to focus on Le'Stat. And I thought I had it tough when I was little and people called me "shoelace" (my name is Lacey)!
- Anonymous4 years ago
Gwenyth PaltrowIs Is Nuts / For Nameing her daughter Apple I Would Hate Being Named After Fruit / Their All Stupid Name's
- 1 decade ago
I'm with the school of thinking it's not a good thing to name kids with such wierd and different names. Why put a kid through all that in school. Isn't it tough enough to survive among other kids without having some crazy name they can make fun of? The thing about using these name is that if your kids is real outgowing and has a strong self-esteem, they'll only bring love to the name. BUT, if you kid is shy or even a little apprehensive about life, other kids will use this name to make your kid's life miserable and it will work.
I do like two of the name that aren't too different. Anissa and Rylan.
- AmarettaLv 71 decade ago
Emmanie -- a creative spelling of Amani
A'Jenae -- pronounced "ah-jzhe-NAY
Ayce -- probably a girl, maybe pronounced "ay-cee"
Jisela -- odd spelling of Gisella
Maiah -- pronounced like Maya
Aaiden -- creative spelling of Aidan
Rayzhen -- probably pronounced "ray-jzhon", hopefully not pronounced like "raisen"
Jediah -- probably a girl's name
R. Le'Stat -- probably comes from the vampire Lestat from the Anne Rice books
Rylan -- tacky, synthetic name
Boedy -- more commonly spelled Bode or Bodie
I like the name Leyna, but the rest just seem tacky and low class to me.
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- !!Lv 41 decade ago
Well they certainly are different huh?
I won't comment negatively on them because these are not names someone is thinking about, they are real children and to insult the name now, would be to insult the child. I think that's quite rude actually.
I wanted to point out that R. Le'Stat could actually be their surname. R. being the first initial and Le'Stat the surname, which IS a real surname.Source(s): <3 Evie
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Emmanie - is this like Emani? seems like it woud be emm-any
- its okay-
A'Jenae - i dont like it-
Ayce - don't know if boy or girl -maybe for a middle name-
Jisela - i dunno-
Maiah - its okay-
Aaiden - yes, that's two As and an I - too common-
Rayzhen - dont like-
Jediah - yes, that's missing a syllable - cute-
Marcel - Really? - i dont like-
Kye -very cute-
Zane - dont like-
Shyah - ok- Shyla is better
Daon - okay
R. Le'Stat - Lestat, Lestat, that sounds familiar...vampiric, almost - dont like-
Perseus - a girl - okay i guess-
Gabriale - Perseus's sister - like it-
Leyna - cute-
Anissa - cute -
Nia and Kai - twins. I liked the way this set matched without being too obvious - cute-
Boedy -dont like-
and twins Krishon and Krisjon. Oh yeah, that is no joke. - dont like-
- jαyme ♥Lv 51 decade ago
Emmanie - that's quite the name, but I guess it's pronounced like 'Emani' aha
A'Jenae - i'm not even going to *try* and pronounce that
Rheanna - i tutored a little girl with this name. love it!
Ayce - i rode a donkey with this name...
Jisela - hmm...
Maiah - that's actually cute.
Aaiden - poor kid. xD
Rayzhen - that's like a fancy way of saying 'reason'
Jediah - LOL. omg.
Marcel - interesting.
Kye - easy for the kid to pronounce at least?
Zane - i like shane better, but zane is..er, different.
Shyah - lol, the kid will prolly be the opposite of shy.
Daon - cute. :)
R. Le'Stat - ...:|
Perseues - cute, but i would have to get used to it. hard to spell,
Gabriale - there is a boy at my school w/ this name
Leyna - like 'lena' but with a heavier accent
Anissa - oddly, i like it. :3
Nia and Kai - just to cute!
Rylan - aww. :)
Boedy - HAHA. jeez. you think that name is weird? there is a JK in my school with the name 'Stanko', but it's pronounced STONK-OH
Krishon and Kirsjon - interesting.
Haha, I love names like these. But yeah, there just crazy. ;)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I heard a few of the names, and know a few people who have them
These are ; Rheanna, Aaiden, Marcel, Kye, Zane, Gabriale, Lenya, Boedy.
The rest i think are just strange..
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Nia and Kai... awwh, I like that!
Perseus... that's not bad, just not for a girl but for a boy.
And Marcel was/is quite popular in France!
- Casey, the girl.Lv 51 decade ago
The only ones that are tolerable even to me, and i have an odd naming style, are:
Rheanna - it just looks like a different way to spell Rihanna
Zane - this one is tolerable, dont hav emuch to say about it though.
Anissa - I've seen that before.... not toooo terrible
Marcel - Reminds me of the monkey on Friends...
The ones like A'Jenae, and R. Le'Stat are the most odd to me. I hate when people use punctuation in names. How is that kid gunna fill in the bubbles on Scantron type tests for First name. They dont have apostrophes do they? and hyphens bug me too. Especially when you have to PRONOUNCE the hyphen. Like La-a is Ladasha. HORRIBLE