Let's take a look through your yearbook, shall we?

Have you ever looked through your current/former high school yearbook, just to see the names of the people in there? I’m assuming many of you have, seeing as you’re all as addicted to names as I am.
If you haven’t done this, why don’t you crack open a book and tell us some of the strange or wonderful names you’ve found? Be it teachers or students, I think it’s interesting to see what you find in your yearbook.
I’ll go first :slight_smile:

[name]Terrin[/name] - male (pronounced like the girl’s name [name]Taryn[/name])
Kiffany - female
Kambi - female
Jozette - female
[name]Tamra[/name] - female
[name]Audra[/name] - female (this is my favorite girl’s name, so I was excited when I met her)
McMillen - male

Kalease - female
McCady - male (I actually love this name, he goes by [name]Mac[/name])
Chauncee - female (pronounced shawn-say)
Arieyonna - female (this is supposed to be [name]Ariana[/name])
Merlow - female
[name]Adair[/name] - female (I actually love this name)
Allistair - male (there are 2 Allistairs/Alisdairs at my school)
Kwade - male (supposed to be like [name]Quade[/name])
Faymie - female
Chelbie - female (supposed to be like [name]Shelby[/name])
McKell - female
[name]Krzysztof[/name] - male

I’d also like to add that there are 25 [name]Tyler[/name]'s, give or take 3, at my school. And 13 of them are in my class. Wow. [name]William[/name] was also pretty popular among the boys. [name]Caitlin[/name] and its many variations are among the most popular for girls in my school.

So, yes, it’s an extensive list, but I think it’s interesting to see the names of people I see almost everyday.
[name]Feel[/name] free to share, comment, whatever :slight_smile:

You may have had 13 (!) Taylors, which is pretty extreme!, but the [name]Chris[/name]- phenomenon will never leave Norway alone!
In my class of 30 people (born 19 years ago) we had these variants:
[name]Linn[/name] [name]Kristin[/name]
[name]Christian[/name] [name]Fredrik[/name]
[name]Hans[/name] [name]Christian[/name]
[name]Kristian[/name] [name]Filip[/name]

and [name]Karoline[/name] and [name]Catherine[/name] in addition, as if there weren’t enough names starting with K/C!

And most of them are still well within the top 100…
I’m sick and tired of names staring with [name]Chris[/name]/[name]Kris[/name]!