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#1 BabyNameRater


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Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:57 PM

Ja'Nicki (Girl)

Jezdamayel (I honestly don't know)

Doorsie (Girl)

Karima (Girl)

SaLisa (Girl)

Evika (Girl)

Dandi (Not sure, I think girl)

Embyr Angel (Girl)

Tormey (Girl)

Oreo (Yes.......the cookie, a Boy)

Yelli (Girl)

Frantazia (Girl)

TiWanda (Girl)

Alismari (Girl)

Sherilyn (Girl)

Jonina (Girl)

Rashanda (Girl)

Maleeta (Girl)

Minga (Girl)

Dominoe (Yes, like the game, a Girl)

Fitzroy (Boy)

Merita (Girl)

Krishna (Girl)

Raygene (Boy)

Leda (Girl)

Marlena (Girl)

Mekaleka (Girl)

Donnis (Girl)

Dennette (Girl)

Ileena (Girl)

Eg (Girl)

Wolfee (Boy)



What do you think ladies? Any usable? Nice? Horrific? Thoughts?

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 03:51 AM

I know a Sherilyn (Cherilyn is how she spelled it, named after her god mother Cheryl and Lyn her mother).

Marlena is ok, i swear thats from a soapie! Maleeta is the name of my besties sister in law (Melita).

The rest i think all all in the kookoo box to be honest. If i were a child id be pulling the hair out of my head hoping i could make a usable nickname!

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 08:55 AM

I know a Yelli but it's more of her nickname because her full name is Anayeli. 


I have a coworker named Krishna! She's Hindu and very polite! Such a sweet lady! I've also heard this name on a man as well from a TV show that I was telling you about. (The I'm Secretly Pregnant one!)  :P 

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 01:38 PM

The only one I really like is Sherilyn there.


Some I'm not sure on the pronunciation.

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 09:54 AM

The only one I would ever possibly use is Fitzroy, but it's quite posh sounding so it'd be incredibly far down my list.


I am shocked that a lot of people seem to be giving their children names that will haunt them for the rest of their lives. Do they not know that the baby they've given birth to will eventually have to live out in the adult world? I won't rant about this, but it really makes my blood boil.

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 10:13 AM

I think some are definitely very usable, even if not my style <3


Karima, Evika, Alismari, Sherilyn, Leda, Marlena, Ileena.. I think a lot more of them sound foreign. A lot sound made up of course, but some sound like they're from a different nationality. I think Leda, Marlena, and Ileena are very normal tbh. I live near a "Leda Lanes" bowling establishment. Marlene and Ilene are names of people I went to school with. Evika Systems is an electronics company, its also a hebrew or latin name meaning life. Karima is a muslim / arabic name. I'm sure some of the others have origins somewhere too :)


Dandi makes me lol. I use the word dandy in every day conversation :) "I'm feeling dandy, thank you"

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