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Dick of Washington. LOL
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I know someone with the name of "Nicolicha". o:
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I know this girl named Frekia. Sounds like a fruit.
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campop wrote:

DICK! No offense but my mom's officemate told her that she handle this guy's papers and his real name is DICK.

Why on earth would you name your son like that??


Dick is the usual nickname of Richard.

My name is so unique and spelled differently I don't think any guy in America has, or in this world.
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zen03y wrote:

Dick is the usual nickname of Richard.

My name is so unique and spelled differently I don't think any guy in America has, or in this world.


whats your name?
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I met a Korean girl whose first name is Areumshinae. Now that's unique.
I thought only 1 other person had my name until I found one on facebook and one on google. Not to mention there is Junki and Sunki.
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well i myself dont know anyone that has my first name

my first name is keelian (key-lee-n) but i pronounce it (kill-e-n) because i think it sounds better
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Talulah loves to Hula (I definitely know I saw that some poor girl had that name in Yahoo News one time). Some celebrities are crazy with the baby names... "Apple"...."Honor".

I knew a girl named Eternity and her sister's name is Forever.
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I'm naming my son Lodus

And my daughter ....Hmmm
Cornelia?
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gudgurL22 wrote:

-donabel- .................. kinda common... but not that common...


i heard from a movie donabel but it's spelled as: DOHONA-BEL. with the H on it. :))


woah... cool... haha
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My cousin's name is Emmerick. What were his parents thinking?
I've never heard that name before.
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Nakalaila is a unique name.
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my math teacher said she taught a girl who's name is Loquacious. XD
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My grandmother had a sister named Dymphna. Apparently this is a legit name but I've never heard of another person called that.

I really can't stand it when people make up ridiculous baby names. I knew someone at school who now has a child called "Kaitlanne-Oshun." What, "Ocean" just wasn't special enough for you?
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Where I live my name is unique, I suppose. No one's actually heard it unless they're Spanish. But I did know a guy named Sharoon, I thought he name sounded kind of strange.
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