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TheFlyingSquirrel
30th Aug 2005, 09:35
Now we all know Johhny T called his boy Jet, and some other pratt I can't recall called his son Pilot Inspector, but what other aviation baby names can you dream up ? ( sorry to add ' aviation ' to a post here ! )

Buster Hyman
30th Aug 2005, 09:41
Thrust Reverser O'Toole of Doncaster springs to mind.

DirtyPierre
30th Aug 2005, 10:32
If my surname was Smith, I'd like to call my son "Kingsford".

tony draper
30th Aug 2005, 10:45
Sprog up the road should have been called Stuka, he's always wailing.
:rolleyes:

flyblue
30th Aug 2005, 18:01
I had a dog called Flaps (you know, his ears...).
Does that count? :E

Jerricho
30th Aug 2005, 19:33
If my surname was Smith, I'd like to call my son "Kingsford".


Hang on......... :confused: :confused:

DirtyPierre
1st Sep 2005, 12:52
Playing with your mind, J.

Rupert S
1st Sep 2005, 13:16
How about going french and calling your son Pitot?

Jerricho
1st Sep 2005, 13:20
Playing with your mind, J.

Believe me, it would be a short game.

Gainesy
1st Sep 2005, 13:34
I have a neice called Shannon, bro was not pleased when I asked if the next one would be Gatwick.:(

DirtyPierre
1st Sep 2005, 22:58
One of my colleagues called his new son, Jackson Michael. We were all looking forward to see if when he had a daughter, if he called her something like, Spears Brittney.

SIGMET nil
1st Sep 2005, 23:22
Allison .. beautiful name.

SNECMA for a dog.

Like This - Do That
2nd Sep 2005, 03:06
Used to know a bloke called Merlin .....

Farrell
2nd Sep 2005, 03:18
My dogs are called SID and STAR

HedgePig
2nd Sep 2005, 14:02
...a mate of mine in the US called his son Jet and his daughter Lea...

...thats pronounced \'Lear\'. You work it out...

The SSK
2nd Sep 2005, 14:16
When Montreal built its shiny new airport, the origin of its name, supposedly, was that the farmer who previously owned the land had two daughters called Miriam and Isabel. (Mirabel - geddit?)

Which prompted a pal of mine to conjecture that that New York farmer must have done pretty well, the one who had the sons called Ken and Neddy.

pigboat
3rd Sep 2005, 03:03
..and some other pratt can't recall called his son Pilot Inspector....
He should have a called him Whitney. A winning combination if I ever heard one. ;)

16 blades
3rd Sep 2005, 03:29
I had a dog called Flaps

I didn't know you were that way inclined, FB, but I think refering to the none-too-shabby Mme Flaps as a 'Dog' is quite harsh....

ok, ok - sorry, but i couldn't resist...

Then there was the Irish pilot Capt O'Tube who named his firstborn 'Pete'...

16B

SASless
3rd Sep 2005, 03:33
I never did like flying an aircraft with an engine named for a woman....prefer manly names like Wright and Pratt and Whitney....Leonides...women are so prone to let you down at the worst of times.

SIGMET nil
3rd Sep 2005, 06:37
No,I don't think so. My female friends have been fairly reliable for the last ten years..

moo
3rd Sep 2005, 07:34
what about Juliet, Romeo, Mike, Oscar, Charlie, Victor and Delta??! :)

DBChopper
3rd Sep 2005, 10:28
My dog's called Huey - do I win a prize?

acbus1
3rd Sep 2005, 12:37
For the unruly kids...........Little Fokker?

Censorship.....and counting...ten, nine, eight, seven........ :rolleyes:

thedeadseawasonlysick
4th Sep 2005, 11:14
I believe that Mr Lear wanted to call his daughter Shanda, until Mrs Lear vetoed the idea.

SIGMET nil
11th Sep 2005, 11:00
Garrett, Alouette ...

flugholm
11th Sep 2005, 20:01
I was told that my parents didn't think of the aviational consequences when they named me Holm...
But do I believe them?!
;)

chiglet
11th Sep 2005, 20:15
A friend of mine, suname beginning with "H" called his son......... Quentin Norbert := ...think about it
watp,iktch

effortless
11th Sep 2005, 20:21
Ich Habe eine Tante Ju!:}

TheFlyingSquirrel
13th Sep 2005, 22:57
click here... (http://www.thinkbabynames.com/popular/1/England+and+Wales/2004)