2. Princess Leia
3. Predestine (pronounced Pre-di-STINE)
4 LaWasha and LaDrya (twins)
I wonder how these people feel about their "unique" name? Do they feel unique, special, one-of-a-kind? Or is it a life-long struggle to help people correctly pronounce and spell their name? I have a hard enough time getting people to pronounce Chelsea right, and I think that's a pretty common name. I chose names for my children that were not in the top 10, but not far left either. And I didn't throw in a silent q.
Do you have a unique name? Do you like it or hate it?