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2 Filipino Babies Named Covid?

At least two babies in the Philippines may have been named Covid after Covid-19, the acronym for “coronavirus disease 2019.”

Neither name — “Covid Rose” or “Covid Bryant” — has been confirmed yet, but both were among the top Twitter trends in the Philippines last week. (It was said that Covid Bryant’s middle name was inspired by late NBA legend Kobe Bryant.)

Thoughts on “Covid” as a name?

Update: I wrote this post a couple of days ago, and since then a third baby in the Philippines has allegedly gotten a virus-inspired name: Coviduvidapdap. It’s a portmanteau of Covid and “dubi dubi dap dap” [vid] — nonsense words from the lyrics of the novelty song “Beep Beep Beep Ang Sabi Ng Jeep” by Filipino singer Willie Revillame.

Sources: Future ‘quaranteens’? Covid Bryant and Covid Rose trend as Filipino newborns supposedly named after virus (from ABS-CBN — also a name!), From ‘Coronnials’ to ‘quaranteens’: Internet users predict future of kids named after COVID-19

Baby Named ABS-CBN After TV Network

A handful of boys in the U.S. have been named ESPN, but those ESPNs ain’t got nothin’ on a Filipino kid named ABS-CBN.

ABS-CBN Macawili was born on 9 November 2006 in Zamboanga del Norte. ABS-CBN’s gender hasn’t been released, but his/her name comes from local TV network ABS-CBN, which stands for “Alto Broadcasting System-Chronicle Broadcasting Network.”

ABS-CBN’s mother said that “her husband dreamt of naming her baby after the network,” so that’s just what they did.

Source: Baby named after ABS-CBN