Category Archives: Names

608. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 6)

In Curaçao we tend to mash-up Dutch, Papiamentu, Spanish and English… as well as mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little

608. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 6)

In Curaçao we tend to mash-up Dutch, Papiamentu, Spanish and English… as well as mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little

652. The Curaçao Name Generator

If Matt Smith from Mississippi had been from Curaçao, he would’ve probably been named Matthelton Schmijtens. (You, Too, Can Be From Curaçao) We couldn’t agree more. In fact, we feel sorry for Matt (if that’s even his name). Couldn’t his parents have

652. The Curaçao Name Generator

If Matt Smith from Mississippi had been from Curaçao, he would’ve probably been named Matthelton Schmijtens. (You, Too, Can Be From Curaçao) We couldn’t agree more. In fact, we feel sorry for Matt (if that’s even his name). Couldn’t his parents have

675. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 5)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little brother

675. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 5)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little brother

711. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 4)

If you’ve been following our blog, you may have noticed that we’ve been keeping track of awesome Curaçao baby names, so Patricia recently shared this newspaper clipping, announcing the birth of triplet boys: D-Shown, Q-Jendrick and Q-Uendrick. So we had to

711. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 4)

If you’ve been following our blog, you may have noticed that we’ve been keeping track of awesome Curaçao baby names, so Patricia recently shared this newspaper clipping, announcing the birth of triplet boys: D-Shown, Q-Jendrick and Q-Uendrick. So we had to

778. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 3)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little brother

778. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 3)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little brother

883. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 2)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little brother

883. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 2)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little brother

977. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 1)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little

977. Curaçao Baby Names (Part 1)

In Curaçao, we tend to mash-up mom and dad’s name (sometimes grandmother and grandfather too) resulting in truly unique concoctions, often very difficult to pronounce and therefore reduced to “Juni” and “Dèka”, “Zusje” (little sister in Dutch) and “Broertje” (little