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Popularity of the Baby Name Twit-twit

Number of Babies Named Twit-twit

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Twit-twit

Filipino Baby Names – Luzviminda, Jejomar, Joker, Twit-twit

There are many unusual baby names to be found in the Philippines. Here are some examples:

  • The name LuzviminĀ­da comes from the place names Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao (the three main island-groups of the Philippines) according to BBC reporter Sarah Toms.
  • The sister-in-law of Manila Times writer Alito L. Malinao “heard the chirping of a bird” while she was in labor. Inspired by the sound, she named her daughter Twit-twit.
  • The name of Makati City mayor Jejomar Binay is derived from the names of Jesus, Joseph and Mary. (Roman Catholicism is the predominant religion in the Philippines.)
  • The first name of Senator Joker Arroyo “derives from his father’s fondness for card playing,” according to Time Magazine writer Howard G. Chua-Eoan. (Joker also has a brother named Jack.)

A number of South American countries are also known for unique baby names.

Source: Malinao, Alito L. “Names.” Manila Times 23 Oct. 2007: A5.