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Whats the most original name you have ever heard...?? No stage names, they don't count!
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full names or jst first ones?
i know sum1 called fernoola (phonetics there cus i dont know how to spell it) its original cus iv never heard of another person called that..
n Loki, thats a cool name, even if it is biblical..
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ever heard of another madonna?
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I don't like unusual names very much.

Now, for the girlie future childern's names

Girls: Lucie, Verity, Bridget and Nina
Boys: Matthew (But not Matt), Michael and Patrick.

I like more normal names for boys than I do for girls, but the girls' names that I like are more old fashioned than odd.



Yeah I know I didn't answer the question....
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either lol.... just curious! Any moonshine's etc. out there. Although thats not so original, bit more cliche.
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my name is Lyllandria i don't know anyone with the same name as me :rolleyes:
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Original = strange. In my opinion anyway, so i can't comment.
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(Original post by Hayley...)
I don't like unusual names very much.

Now, for the girlie future childern's names

Girls: Lucie, Verity, Bridget and Nina
Boys: Matthew (But not Matt), Michael and Patrick.

I like more normal names for boys than I do for girls, but the girls' names that I like are more old fashioned than odd.



Yeah I know I didn't answer the question....
thats me
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Outside of Asian names, Sherise is the only one I haven't come across more than once.
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how original is Reuben Leo Bayevsky Gibbons? or Thomas Barron Deery?
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Supposed old fashion is sort of original aswell, haven't met any Eric's.
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Pzyko.
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(Original post by bradders)
Other than the original and the singer? Well, I don't see why not as "Jesus" is common enough in many countries.
jesus!!! lmao! thats great!!
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Xenios!
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There are two people in Britain called Melon.

And a few Adolf Hitlers and Osama bin Ladens :s
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i dont think ive come across any other "visesh"s to be honest (apart from some random internet company :mad: )
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(Original post by neha p)
jesus!!! lmao! thats great!!
quite common in latin america (but the "j" is pronounced as a "y")
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Judas doesn't eem to be popular anymore - it was all the rage 2004 years back .
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i think spana is origanal
bt im a famous footballer
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