I personally know a Stormy Dawn (born, you guessed it, early in the morning during bad weather). She loves the name, but I would imagine that she got teased at some point.
I've known a Winter, Summer, Autumn (but not a spring)
I have a friend named April who was born in May and one named November who was born in October.
Though I read about 15 pages of this thread, I haven't read the whole thing, but i don't think Richard Trickle
was brought up yet as an example of "what not to name your kid", especially since he was known as Dick throughout his racing career...
Another scenario that's quite humourous is names that are often given names show up as surnames:Ted Lindsay
for example. Imagine someone with such a name marrying Lindsay Smith.
I personally knew a woman whose surname is "Tease"
Searching Facebook found me a woman whose surname is "Hore" (Her parents should have called her Emma, though made up names like "Ima" or "Notta" would be pretty awesome)
Women's names I'd never choose for a daughter (one spelling provided, the point is the same whichever is chosen):
Trixi and Kandi... (and many others)
Apologies to anyone with these names, but they strike me as "stripper names" as they seem to be commonly chosen as "stage names" for exotic dancers. Additionally, the given names of any women I've previously dated are off limits, I think I'd find that too awkward.
Slightly off topic, I had a friend growing up named Michelle but her parents nicknamed her Biz at a young age (she was an energetic ("busy") child). Needless to say, in highschool that was a commonly "abused" name.
Edit: corrected spelling mistake