The 11 weirdest baby names of all time revealed – so would YOU dare to call your kid Spicy or Almond?

The 11 weirdest baby names of all time revealed – so would YOU dare to call your kid Spicy or Almond?

01/24/2022

PARENTS often want to find the perfect name for their newborn baby and can often spend much of the pregnancy deliberating.

Some people go for a traditional and classic moniker while others want to find something unique that will stand out from the rest of the names on the register.

Well it seems that parents as far back as 1880 have been hunting for a unique name for their children.

We look at the one-hit wonders of the US Top 1000 to find the strangest baby names parents ever gave their children. From 1880 to 2020, the popularity charts prove that babies have received many weird names over the decades

Baby names website Nameberry scoured the one-hit wonders of the US Top 1000 to find the strangest baby names parents ever gave their children.

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They searched the database from 1880 to 2020 proving that strange names have been around for a while.

Each of the names below was chosen by at least FIVE people for their children in one year.

Here are some of our favourites…

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Almond – Given to six baby boys in 1885, this could be a tribute to the humble nut, or potentially a variation of the name Almund.

Harm – In 1904 there were nine Harm's born in the States. Originating from the Dutch Herman, the name doesn't translate well in English.

Spicy – Five daughters were called Spicy in 1883. Goodness knows why.

Man – Much like Ronseal, this name does exactly what it says on the tin. There were five boys who were creatively called Man in 1884.

Wealthy – Potentially in an attempt to manifest some moolah, seven sets ofparents decided to call their daughter Wealthy in 1887.

Branch – This one was handed out to seven lads in 1889. Although the name experts at NameBerry did suggest that Branch could have a resurgence as a solid unisex moniker for the modern age.

Bush – Exactly like Branch, seven children were called Bush in 1889. Unlike Branch, no one predicts that Bush will make a comeback.

Cappie – In 1883 five baby girls were called Cappie after a character in the novel The Hidden Hand. I went to school with a girl called Cappie so maybe it's creeping back in.

Cinnamon – A whopping 202 girls were christened Cinnamon in 1969. It's thought that this spike was due to two songs – Cinnamon by Derek and Cinnamon by Neil Young.

Doll – While many will assume that this is a sweet name for little girls, it is in fact a hit with the little lads. With German origins, the unusual name was popular for baby boys in 1902.

Girtha – Yes Gertha managed to make it's way back into our consciousness butit's a stretch to think Girtha will do the same. 1903 saw a total of 13 little Girtha baby girls.

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