I love this list from Neatorama featuring the 10 weirdest names ever. My favorites include:
â€¢ Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116 (Pronounced “albin”).
â€¢ Nicholas Unless-Jesus-Christ-Had-Died-For-Thee-Thou-Hadst-Been-Damned Barbon (1640 – 1698). Nicholas’ shall we say “unique” name apparently ran in the family: his father was Praise-God Barbon
â€¢ @. And finally, let’s go full circle to “@,” pronounced “ai ta” or “love him” by an unidentified Chinese couple.
Thanks to her link to Wikipedia, I also found a few more favorites:
- Optimus Prime A member of the United States National Guard which legally changed his name to one of a Transformers character.
- Wonderful Terrific Monds III was a baseball player in the Atlanta Braves farm system in the early 1990s.
- Louis George Maurice Adolphe Roche Albert Abel Antonio Alexandre NoÃ« Jean Lucien Daniel EugÃ¨ne Joseph-le-brun Joseph-BarÃªme Thomas Thomas Thomas-Thomas Pierre Arbon Pierre-Maurel BarthÃ©lemi Artus Alphonse Bertrand DieudonnÃ© Emanuel JosuÃ© Vincent Luc Michel Jules-de-la-plane Jules-Bazin Julio CÃ©sar Jullien, (April 23, 1812 – March 14, 1860) a French conductor.