Mon. Sep 26th, 2022
IT’s safe to say that one baby girl will be the only person to ever have her “unique” name.

And Reddit users are convinced that she won’t even go by it once she gets older due to how confusing it is.

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A parent’s unusual baby name is earning some raised eyebrows on Reddit[/caption]

An unidentified mother-to-be shared her pregnancy announcement on Facebook.

She included a photo of her ultrasound taken on May 25 of this year.

“Baby girl ‘DD,’ she captioned the post, including the full name she planned to give her daughter.

The name, written out in pink font, includes an apostrophe, two names combined into one, and a silent letter – and it has horrified Redditors.

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The name: D’gynesisDream Aurora McNeal.

A comment on the original Facebook post asked the mom-to-be to clarify how it should be said.

“How do you pronounce the first name? I’ve never heard of it before,” the person wrote.

“GenesisDream, D is silent like Django,” the mom answered.


Since a screenshot of the post was shared on Reddit, commenters have shared their horror and confusion.

“How many times a day will she need to spell that for the rest of her life?” asked one.

“I’m trying to imagine a kindergartner struggling to say “apostrophe” every time they have to spell their name,” wrote another.

“It’s cruel. Poor kid. So selfish on the parent’s part,” asserted a third.

“People answer with such confidence when they should be seriously embarrassed by their choices,” a fourth chimed in.

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Several mocked the name, with one saying D’gynesis “sounds like a disease” and another saying it looks like “D’Gynecologist.”

“I hope the kid doesn’t grow up to be a D’jenerate,” quipped another.

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