Dearria, Peniel, Brees, Kdynce.
No, these aren't names of tropical diseases. These are the names of a few babies born in the US in 2011.
The American Social Security names register of 2011 has just been released and there seems to be no end to a parent's creativity these days.
In the popularity stakes Jacob and Mason ruled for boys, with Sophia and Isabella coming up trumps for girls.
Far less traditional were the adapted spellings (six boys named Benjerman) and words (five girls named Aunisty). There was also the re-appropriation of nouns (seven boys named Audi) and animal sounds (five girls named Moo).
Then, the ones which could only be described as imaginative uses of the alphabet (six girls named Dearria, and seven named Eh).
Here are some of the more unusual names for 2011, as found by KidCrave. (The M or F at the start of each line shows if the name was given to males or females, while the number in brackets is the number of babies that were given that name.)Future trouble makers
M: Capone (5), Corleone (6), Governor (5), Innocent (5), Juvenal (12), Law (6), Notorious (5)Destined for royalty?
M: Kingdom (10), Kingsolomon (5), Princemichael (10), Princewilliam (5), Royalty (11), Sircharles (9), Supreme (10)Positive thinking
M: Brilliant (6), Comfort (5), Courage (7), Famous (7), Marvellous (6), Mystery (5), Treasure (6)Animal house
M: Bronco (7), Cougar (6), Moo (5)People and places
M: Fenway (5), Mattingly (6), Prinston (5), Swayze (5), Tupac (5), Woody (7)Babies named after booze
M: Patron (5)How do you spell that?
F: Aunisty (5), Honestii (5), Onesty (6)The mind boggles...
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