Common Names

Discussion in 'Polls' started by Jai, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. Jai

    JaiValued MemberMember

    A question to all......What do you think is the most common kept name for a male & female fish?....I wonder?
     
  2. batattack

    batattackNew MemberMember

    for gold fish it probably is Goldy ;D
     
  3. newbie101

    newbie101Well Known MemberMember

    Bubbles.
     
  4. beckers4oranges

    beckers4orangesValued MemberMember

    for bettas... i was have to say...Masta or Master... put em together...
     
  5. LOULOU

    LOULOUValued MemberMember

    fish and chips! salt and pepper! my first gold fish was called bob? why i dont know!! ::)
     
  6. Janmitch22

    Janmitch22Valued MemberMember

    Oooooo beckers....
     
  7. beckers4oranges

    beckers4orangesValued MemberMember

    sorry i can say that because i have 6 of them lol...and one is named masta
     
  8. Miss Mouse

    Miss MouseWell Known MemberMember

    I bet Wanda was a common name in the days of A fish called Wanda and i reckon little mermain names were quite popular too like Ariel and Sebastian. Unfortuntaley my name is Ursula who was the evil sea witch in that film! :-\ I think Nemo and Dory might be quite common too heehee
     
  9. inari

    inariWell Known MemberMember

    depends on the fish really nemo and dora i think ur right will be very popular for quite some time until who knows when
     
  10. kerryve

    kerryveValued MemberMember

    You could call an oscar, 'Oscar'!
     
  11. Butterfly

    ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    ooohhh all good names!! I have a Clown Loach named Boss Hogg from the old Dukes of Hazard TV shows. Boss Hogg was really fat and always eating. I think he was reincarnated in my CL. He(the cl) is so fat and always begging.
    Carol
     
  12. inari

    inariWell Known MemberMember

    sounds like a betta always thinking its time to eat!!
     
  13. wolfman21

    wolfman21Valued MemberMember

    gotta go with bubbles or fishy
     
  14. Neville

    NevilleWell Known MemberMember

    i think it's Goldy for a goldfish, though i prefer traditional spanish and latin names