Last month, Deon and Evonne Derrico of Las Vegas welcomed quintuplets.
Each of their four older children has a D-name, so they kept with tradition and gave the quints D-names as well:
- Deniko (boy)
- Dariz (boy)
- Deonee (girl)
- Daician (girl)
- Daiten (girl)
Other name patterns we’ve seen with quints so far are alphabetical names (Anna, Brody, Ciara, David, Ella) and first letters that spell a word (Gabrielle, Riley, Addison, Cooper, Emerson). We’ve also seen two sets of quints without name patterns: the Jones quints (Will, David, Marcie, Seth, Grace) and the Bieber quints (Kate, Samuel, Troy, Auden, Shiloh).
And now some fun questions for you: If you had to name a set of quintuplets, and all the names had to start with the same letter, which letter would you choose? Why? And, what names would you choose? (Let’s say there are 2 boys and 3 girls, just like the Derrico quints.)