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    (Original post by lil-pink-stars)
    By Fernoola (phonetics), do you mean Fionnuala?
    One of my friends is called Fionnuala, and I'd say Finoola is pretty much how you pronounce it too, I do think it's a very pretty name as well, I'd never heard of a Fionnuala before she joined our school.
    Is she Irish? It's a traditional Irsih name. Very traditional.
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    (Original post by Fluffy)
    Is she Irish? It's a traditional Irsih name. Very traditional.
    Yes I do believe she is Irish
    Oooh I also quite like the name Mairead, who is another of my Irish friends.
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    I can't say I've heard of another Francisca (fran-sis-ka, no 'ch' sounds!) apart from myself; but then I don't know many Spanish people.

    Otherwise, Preziosa is quite an original name, I think. Very Catholic.
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    i don't think i got a werid name but eevryone think i have, as my surname is bugg is weird?
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    (Original post by Anne)
    i don't think i got a werid name but eevryone think i have, as my surname is bugg is weird?
    I know a family of Buggs, would you happen to have come from a strict baptist background?
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    I know a family of Buggs, would you happen to have come from a strict baptist background?

    well i from a strict bapist background, why where do you know these from?
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    (Original post by Anne)
    well i from a strict bapist background, why where do you know these from?
    Well, they are a family of strict baptists who go to the same church as my sister.

    I once knew someone called Nemo Pringle (Yes: Nemo as in 'Finding..' and Pringle as in the crisps). God, his parents must really have hated him.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Judas doesn't eem to be popular anymore - it was all the rage 2004 years back .

    back in the days
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    I used to know a guy called Blue.....and a girl called Pinky lol
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    My sister knows a Kester and a friend knows twins called Sam and Ella. I mean, really.....
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    (Original post by Invisible)
    My name.
    bono ?
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    (Original post by who_me)
    I used to know a guy called Blue.....and a girl called Pinky lol
    I know few girlies with the name pinky, and twinky LOL.
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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....
    I'm a Matthew and I hate it

    Much prefer Matt, hard consonants are the best
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    (Original post by firebladez777)
    I once knew someone called Nemo Pringle (Yes: Nemo as in 'Finding..' and Pringle as in the crisps). God, his parents must really have hated him.
    Nemo as in meaning "no-one"?!
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    weirdest names i've ever heard of were happy, lippy and henny.........they're three sisters!.....and one of them still goes to my school!
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    How about James Bond for original? The poor guy couldn't order a pizza unless he gave a different name. :rolleyes:
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    i used to know someone called poy...i think it originates from the phillipines or somewhere in that region?

    the most beautifu and original name i've heard is shelina- that's definitely philipino...there used to be a boy in my primary school called dino as well
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    (Original post by priya)
    i used to know someone called poy...i think it originates from the phillipines or somewhere in that region?

    the most beautifu and original name i've heard is shelina- that's definitely philipino...there used to be a boy in my primary school called dino as well
    I knew a boy called shuman, he was from hong kong.
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    I know someone who's middle name is Toy, apparently it's a family name.
 
 
 
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