MARDI (Louisiana)

In honor of Mardi Gras, some interesting finds in Louisiana.

Abel Hauffer

Asa Joseph

Avery Camille

Bradynn Lois

Bronson Ray

Cannon Coty

Chynelyn Paeshunce* Jannie

Cullen Eric

Deitrick Aidan

Derwin Lebron 

Desmond Terrell

Elijah Leri

Elin Beryl  

Emma Pearl

Evangeline Rose 

Gabriel Egbert-Allen

Gail Amalia

Giuseppe Anthony

Harley Michael

Jasper Love (girl)

Jaxx Keegan

Joi Alexis

Jy’La Paris

Kayton Phone

Kenia Michelle   

Kingston Jules

Kinsley Jade

Lathan Elijah

Mardi Elizabeth

Maverick James

Randon Alex

Sage Monet  

Tate Michael

* Translation:  Patience.  I think.

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13 Responses to MARDI (Louisiana)

  1. appellationmountain says:

    Paeshunce? Whoa! It almost makes Chynelyn look like a conservative, reasonable choice.

    Mardi Elizabeth is novel. And I do love Abel and Asa.

    Egbert-Allen has me smiling – there must be a story there!

    • Names4Real says:

      Yeah, that’s a pretty awful spelling if it makes Chynelyn look like a good choice. 🙂 I like Mardi too. I think its more useable as a name than Tuesday.

      Dad’s middle name was Allen so I assume Egbert HAS to be a family name. I found a Norbert (first name) today too, and he was a Jr.

  2. Zabie says:

    Randon Alex looks like Random Alex. And Kayton Phone sounds like Kate on Phone. Is Kayton a girl or boy?

  3. jenn says:

    How do you pronounce the poor childs first name??

  4. jenn says:

    How do you pronounce Chynelyn??

  5. prisoner says:

    Had to giggle at Cullen Eric a little bit.. Twilight/True Blood much?;) Still, I keep reading it as culinary…

    • Names4Real says:

      I forgot about Eric in True Blood, but Eric was Cullen’s dad’s name so I don’t think that is what they were going for. 🙂 I knew a Cullen, way before the Twilight craze hit so I like the name.

  6. Dearest says:

    Mardi is nice, sweet sound 🙂
    I also love to see Gail Amalia, but Amalia in particular is wonderful 🙂 She’s somehow so distinct and beutiful compared to Amelia and Amelie. I would have preferred Gale Amalia or Amalia Gale though, since I like the nature name version of Gail the most

  7. Skurinksi says:

    Kayton the new Payton??

    Lathan the new Nathan??

    Randon the new Landon??

    Coty the new Cody??

    Leri the new Keri?

    Intereting choices. I prefer Gail on a girl and Gael on a boy. Amalia is indeed fabulous. Got to laugh at “Patience” and “Phone”, and cringe at Jasper and Bradyn on girls.

  8. Suzanne says:

    My grandmother is Gayle, which is the spelling I like but lends itself MUCH too easily to teasing.

    Paeshunce is awful.

    And apparently using names that don’t give you any idea if the baby is a boy or a girl is considered the epitome of style in LA.

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