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Gwen Stefani's new baby boy has joined the ranks of bizarrely named celeb children - Zuma
I thought Zuma sounded more like a girl than a boy. Hmmm, can't say i'm convinced!!
Makes me think of those car ads - Zoom, zoom
Sounds like a sumo wrestler to me.The other boy is Kingston which in Slebville isn't too bad.
Actually there's a v addictive game on Xbox live called Zuma - not great inspiration for naming your child.I agree it doesn't go with Kingston at all!
When I read the thread title I assumed sh'd had a girl. The Nesta bit sounds girly too.Just googled and Zuma is a boys name but Nesta is a girls name. Don't really have anything to say about rock
zuma = juice nesta = captain haddock's butler
Zuma...the South African ANC leader? Hardly a man for anyone's children to aspire to emulating!
Is it definitely Nesta and not Nestor?
Nesta is Bob Marley's middle name (spelled Nesta, not Nestor, I believe). Seeing as her other son is Kingston, I bet it's after Bob.
Think Zuma is a super trendy restaurant in London....place of conception maybe?????
That could explain it then, MrsMattie.
lol, in scotland (and it will happen as gavin is from scotland) it will get called a zoomer. as in a space cadet
Zuma is also the name of a popular beach in Malibu - used for the filming of Baywatch apparently.
Nesta is a Welsh name, does she have welsh connections? Probably with a name like Gwen...
Also, Zuma is a diminutive form of Montezuma<chocolate anyone?>
Just makes me think of ordering zuma del dia at this nice juice bar in Barcelona./tangentIt's a poor selection of monikers IMO, too many 'a' endings apart from them all being fugly.
Well, actually I guess it was zumo del dia, but you get the drift.
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