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    For a boy -- Connie (Conrad)

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    Boy: Gomez
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    For some reason I've always liked the name Sophia.
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    If I had two children, it might be fun to name them Intentional and Accidental.
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    Ivy, how long did the kids take to learn to spell their names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    For some reason I've always liked the name Sophia.
    You're such a nerd, Optimus Prime. Sophia = Wisdom in greek...or latin... whichever.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Did I ever tell you about the friend-of-a-friend (not in the urban legend sense- I actually met these kids, several times) who named her daughters:

    Fhoidginnaegloickoeus (Fya-Jenna-Gleckus)

    Fhiorhaeoleous (Fye-Oreo-less)

    Fhaenacaeum Rhiammach (Fya-Nay-She-um Re-Om-Hatch)

    Apparently, they are Scots-Gaelic, but I don't think they were names, just amalgamations of word parts. I am reconstructing the spellings as best I can from memory. I do recall that there were many, many diph- and triphthongs.
    Does that count as child cruelty?

    Seriously, I think those names are so improbable to spell, say, remember, and use that the kids will have to take on pseudonyms later. These kids were in America, right? I'd understand better if they were real names, but to just make up stuff like that, dang.
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    Dammit, for either a boy or a girl.

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    I don't want to have kids, but I really love the name Ocean for a boy and Felicity for a girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    Ivy, how long did the kids take to learn to spell their names?
    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Does that count as child cruelty?

    Seriously, I think those names are so improbable to spell, say, remember, and use that the kids will have to take on pseudonyms later. These kids were in America, right? I'd understand better if they were real names, but to just make up stuff like that, dang.
    I have no idea. They oldest girl was about six the last time I saw them, and I think she could spell hers. (She was sharp as a little thumbtack, that girl. And so sweet.) But there were so many other things going on with that family, the girls learning to spell their names was pretty low on the totem pole. The parents broke up and then the accusations flew on both sides. Meh. It's pretty sad. I think they were put into a foster home eventually and that's the last I heard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    If I had two children, it might be fun to name them Intentional and Accidental.
    And the third one would be what, Excedental ?

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