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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby chris857 » Thu Dec 02, 2010 5:11 pm UTC

I've been told that a kid was named Female (pronounced fe-mal-A) because the parents thought that the state had named their kid.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Giant Speck » Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:49 am UTC

chris857 wrote:I've been told that a kid was named Female (pronounced fe-mal-A) because the parents thought that the state had named their kid.

No.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby bigglesworth » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:09 am UTC

At least it's a fairly novel story.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Eebster the Great » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:14 am UTC

bigglesworth wrote:At least it's a fairly novel story.

Unfortunately it is not. I have heard this one before (though I think the pronunciation that time was [fiːˈmɒliː]).

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby bigglesworth » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:20 am UTC

Well, I meant for this thread.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby mandachan » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:24 am UTC

I was flipping through a yearbook at the CSPA conference this past November, saw a girl whose name was Deja Vu. I kid you not.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby phlip » Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:06 am UTC

bigglesworth wrote:Well, I meant for this thread.

Not really...

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Noc » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:49 am UTC

mandachan wrote:I was flipping through a yearbook at the CSPA conference this past November, saw a girl whose name was Deja Vu. I kid you not.

You know, I think I've seen that before....

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby fənɑlədʒɪst » Sat Dec 04, 2010 2:34 am UTC

Moo wrote:So what is the general consensus on naming a boy "Indiana"?

We just cannot find a girl's name we like. We have a few rules like it has to sound good before "Brown" (nigh impossible!) and ending in an a sound.


Indiana is pronounced with an [ɑ] word finally in your idiolect? It's reduced to an [ə] in mine.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Derek » Sat Dec 04, 2010 8:34 pm UTC

I don't think he meant IPA [ɑ].

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby gmalivuk » Wed Dec 08, 2010 6:38 pm UTC

fənɑlədʒɪst wrote:
ending in an a sound.
Indiana is pronounced with an [ɑ] word finally in your idiolect? It's reduced to an [ə] in mine.
She said "an a sound", not "an [ɑ] sound". As in, the sound that the letter a makes at the end of that word.

But yeah, if you're going to quote a two-year-old post, you should at least take the time to indicate that it was a long time ago so we don't go looking up the same page for the context.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby spoonner » Wed Dec 08, 2010 7:12 pm UTC

I know this woman who has something like 16 names. "Rainbow" is one. "Special" is another.

So I call her "Special Rainbow" most of the time. It's pretty funny.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby gmalivuk » Thu Dec 09, 2010 5:28 am UTC

None of this is the topic of the thread.

(comments surrounding this red texty text have been removed. See below ~~Felstaff)
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Carlington » Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:22 am UTC

HEY GUYS,

Until about a month ago I'd never heard the name Romy, but now I've met two people with that name in that space of time. I hadn't known Romy was a name, but perhaps it is. Is Romy a common sort of a name, or a new thing, or a weird name that I'm right to never have heard of?

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Moo » Thu Dec 09, 2010 12:31 pm UTC

My friend is named Romy. I only know the one but it didn't strike me as very weird when I met her.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Felstaff » Thu Dec 09, 2010 1:15 pm UTC

Red text is red text. Moo, you know what red text means, and you still responded. As a result, all the bitchiness (from all of you, equally) has been unceremoniously boneyarded. The fact there was nuggets of ontopicness in between cattiness is irrelevant. Feel free to repost any of those bits.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Monika » Thu Dec 09, 2010 6:47 pm UTC

Carlington (The Aussie) wrote:HEY GUYS,

Until about a month ago I'd never heard the name Romy, but now I've met two people with that name in that space of time. I hadn't known Romy was a name, but perhaps it is. Is Romy a common sort of a name, or a new thing, or a weird name that I'm right to never have heard of?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romy_Schneider
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romy
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romy
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Carlington » Fri Dec 10, 2010 3:00 am UTC

Monika wrote:
Carlington (The Aussie) wrote:HEY GUYS,

Until about a month ago I'd never heard the name Romy, but now I've met two people with that name in that space of time. I hadn't known Romy was a name, but perhaps it is. Is Romy a common sort of a name, or a new thing, or a weird name that I'm right to never have heard of?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romy_Schneider
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romy
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romy


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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Monika » Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:07 am UTC

UR welcome.

As we are in Linguinomics: When ä ö ü ß aren't available, don't write a, o, u, B, write ae, oe, ue, ss (sz is kind of okay, too, even though the current edition of Duden does not want to allow it anymore).
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby markfiend » Fri Dec 10, 2010 12:02 pm UTC

Monika wrote:UR welcome.

As we are in Linguinomics: When ä ö ü ß aren't available, don't write a, o, u, B, write ae, oe, ue, ss (sz is kind of okay, too, even though the current edition of Duden does not want to allow it anymore).

I find it strange that ß is usually expanded to ss even though its name, Eszett, means sz. (And in many fonts the ß looks like ſʒ (i.e. archaic forms of sz) ligatured together.)
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Monika » Fri Dec 10, 2010 12:30 pm UTC

Yeah, I find this strange, too. The reason is probably that until the orthographic reform of 1996 ss was replaced with ß in the end of words and before t (e.g. essen - er ißt - iß! - er aß meaning to eat, he eats, eat!, he ate), so replacing ß with ss when ß was not available (e.g. in upper case) was only "turning it back" in the majority of cases. This abominable rule was abolished in 1996, now ß is only used for [s] after long vowels (including diphtongs) (example: essen - er isst - iss! - er aß).

Older Duden editions (Duden is the official spelling dictionary) allowed sz for ß in some special cases, e.g. "in Maßen" -> "in Maszen" so that it wouldn't be confused with "in Massen" (which is a real word on its own right). The current editions don't even allow that :evil: . I think that now that ß is never used after short vowels any more it should always be replaced with sz (when ß is not on the keyboard / when writing in capitals).

Interestingly, I think there are no names with ß in them. Actually I have problems even thinking of German names with ss in them ... all that come to my mind like Vanessa or Jessica are really English, or Lasse is Swedish or some other Scandinavian language. Let me check this ... <google> ... top 500 names in 2009 ... indeed, names with -ss- are mostly English, except Lasse ... and Kassandra. Wait, how the hell did Mia get on place 1? And Lea(h) without dash on place 4? And why is Monika not even in the top 500 anymore :x
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby markfiend » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:58 pm UTC

Monika wrote:Yeah, I find this strange, too. The reason is probably that until the orthographic reform of 1996 ss was replaced with ß in the end of words and before t (e.g. essen - er ißt - iß! - er aß meaning to eat, he eats, eat!, he ate), so replacing ß with ss when ß was not available (e.g. in upper case) was only "turning it back" in the majority of cases. This abominable rule was abolished in 1996, now ß is only used for [s] after long vowels (including diphtongs) (example: essen - er isst - iss! - er aß).

I learned German back in the '80s, I could never remember when to use ß and when to use ss. And now they've changed it? :lol:

It's strange (to me as a native English-speaker) that German has an official orthography; there's nothing of the kind for English (I'm aware that other languages have them too). Languages evolve, otherwise we'd chuze rather than choose, and shew not show. (Although I did have an English teacher at school who affected to spell show as shew.)

Anyway, maybe this digression needs to be split out seeing as we're off-topic? (Not that I'm trying to second-guess the moderators :oops: )
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Moo » Sat Dec 11, 2010 6:44 am UTC

In fact, we used to shew before we started showing.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Eebster the Great » Sat Dec 11, 2010 8:14 am UTC

Moo wrote:In fact, we used to shew before we started showing.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/shew

That was mark's point, I think. We also chused before we chose.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Grop » Sat Dec 11, 2010 8:43 am UTC

A (generally reliable) friend of mine claims there's a boy named Poséidon at his son's kindergarten :shock:.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby existential_elevator » Sat Dec 11, 2010 9:43 am UTC

If you're going to have an unusual name, it may as well be awesome.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Iulus Cofield » Sat Dec 11, 2010 5:17 pm UTC

I've always thought Eris would make an excellent name.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Eebster the Great » Sun Dec 12, 2010 8:08 am UTC

Iulus Cofield wrote:I've always thought Eris would make an excellent name.

Particularly if your last name is Goode.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby markfiend » Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:01 am UTC

Eebster the Great wrote:
Moo wrote:In fact, we used to shew before we started showing.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/shew

That was mark's point, I think. We also chused before we chose.

Indeed it was. Thanks Eebster.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby xepher » Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:55 pm UTC

Similar kind of situation, but it has to do with online names.
Someone I knew named themselves Cinsesso (pronounced Sin-sess-o) because "it sounded cool".
Apparently it sounds spanish for "without brains"

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Giant Speck » Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:35 pm UTC

xepher wrote:Similar kind of situation, but it has to do with online names.
Someone I knew named themselves Cinsesso (pronounced Sin-sess-o) because "it sounded cool".
Apparently it sounds spanish for "without brains"

Pasting "Cin Sesso" into Google Translation brought up "Sex Film" in Italian. :shock:
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Monika » Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:15 pm UTC

Youtube: Louis CK - Kids Names
Among the name suggestions: Fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby kernelpanic » Sat Dec 18, 2010 1:28 am UTC

xepher wrote:Similar kind of situation, but it has to do with online names.
Someone I knew named themselves Cinsesso (pronounced Sin-sess-o) because "it sounded cool".
Apparently it sounds spanish for "without brains"

Actually, sesos refers only to cow brains, which by the way are delicious.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby badmartialarts » Sat Dec 18, 2010 7:06 am UTC

Sesos - delicious and the best way to get Mad Cow Disease. :)

I work with a lady named Arbra. Not Barbara. Her sisters also have names that are butchered versions of common girls names, because her mother wanted their names to be 'unique.' :O

Another co-worker is named Froylan, which I had never heard before but he said was actually the name of other men in his hometown in Mexico. It's apparently a saint name and everything, so it might be more common in Catholic-majority countries.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Monika » Sat Dec 18, 2010 1:45 pm UTC

badmartialarts wrote:Sesos - delicious and the best way to get Mad Cow Disease. :)

I work with a lady named Arbra. Not Barbara. Her sisters also have names that are butchered versions of common girls names, because her mother wanted their names to be 'unique.' :O

Another co-worker is named Froylan, which I had never heard before but he said was actually the name of other men in his hometown in Mexico. It's apparently a saint name and everything, so it might be more common in Catholic-majority countries.

Sounds almost like Fräulein, meaning Miss in German.

But the Google search for Froylan finds 175000 hits, mostly in Spanish and/or about people from Central and South America.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby turtlewind » Fri Dec 24, 2010 5:21 pm UTC

arpee wrote:I think "1 4" would be a wickedly evil name. In Mandarin Chinese, it sounds like (The Black Death) 黓死.


More likely to be read like 要死 = "want to die", which is not the most auspicious of names.

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby KestrelLowing » Sun Dec 26, 2010 11:25 pm UTC

A person on another forum I frequent named their son 'Epic'. (So this could be completely false)

Really, if you didn't know what epic meant, it would sound like a fairly normal name - almost similar to Eric.

I've since thought about naming my hypothetical child Firstname Epic Lastname, as no one has to know your middle name, and well, that name is... Epic (sorry, had to do it!)

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby kernelpanic » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:04 am UTC

badmartialarts wrote:Another co-worker is named Froylan, which I had never heard before but he said was actually the name of other men in his hometown in Mexico. It's apparently a saint name and everything, so it might be more common in Catholic-majority countries.

It's not common, but not at all a weird name; I know two people with that name. I didn't know there was a saint, but I don't doubt it. An equivalent (not in meaning, or roots, just in popularity) in English would be something like Preston: not common, but also not unheard of.
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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby cra » Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:55 pm UTC

On a job application I received from a woman who turned out to be Korean, her name was written "Ay Tung Poon"

I also know of a father who named his twin boys "Juan Jesus" and "Jesus Juan". Also, a mother who spelled her kid's name "Alegzandr", which is sad because he would have to go by "Aleg" instead of "Alex".

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Re: Think Before Naming Your Child

Postby Monika » Sat Jan 29, 2011 10:40 pm UTC

cra wrote:On a job application I received from a woman who turned out to be Korean, her name was written "Ay Tung Poon".

What's funny about this?
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