A DAD is said to have drawn the ire of his wives after giving his son a name that should be a statistically unique name.
Samet Wahyudi, 38, from Central Java, Indonesia has agreed to marry his fiance on condition that their child be named Statistical Information Communication Office in memory of his workplace .
And so, at 5 months old, Mr. Wahyudi’s son was named after his beloved civil service workplace – and the father claims he has a birth certificate from the Statistics Office to prove it. prove it.
Inddonesian media reports that the father made it clear to his fiancé Linda before they got married if they had a son he should name it.
She agreed but her parents objected, although they have now reportedly stepped back.
Mr Wahyudi told reporters he got a job as a civil servant in Brebes in 2003 and his office has become a second home for him, so he wanted it to “connect” with my son somehow”.
But because the name Statistical Information Communication Department was a bit strange, his parents decided to nickname him Dinko.
Recently, giving your child weird names has become a trend in Indonesia.
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As reported, a father is said to have given his son a very unique name, inspired by his love of crossword puzzles.
Indonesian family named their 12-year-old son ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu disbelieving doctors after he revealed his ID for a Covid-19 vaccine.
Officials were confused by his unusual name when he had to present it when he went to a vaccination appointment on Sumatra island, local reports said.
The picture of the boy’s papers and the nametag embroidered on his clothes shows that his name is ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu.
t come as a Belgian family reportedly named 11 of them Children use a variation of the same four letters.
The children of Gwenny Blanckaert and Marino Vaneeno all share names that only have the letters A, E, L and X in them.
The family of seven girls and four boys are also expecting child number 12 – a boy – in April next year.
Their eldest, 13 years old, was called Alex and later had Axel, 12, Xela, 11, Lexa, 10, Xael, 9, Xeal, 8, Exla, 5, Leax, 4, Xale, 2, Elax, 1 and six- Alex a month old.
Explaining why they chose such a unique name for their biological parents, Gwenny said: “We named our oldest son after Marino’s stepfather because we thought it was a real one. beautiful name.
“Our second son’s name became Axel and after that, we started to wonder.”
She later added: “We realized they were the same letters, so we decided to continue like this.”
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