My son has a unique name & made friends with a boy called something even more unusual – turns out they’re a perfect fit | The Sun

My son has a unique name & made friends with a boy called something even more unusual – turns out they’re a perfect fit | The Sun

HER son has an unusual name.

But after her boy Hero started a new nursery, his mum Kirstin was informed that he'd made friends with a child with an even more unique moniker.


She took to TikTok to share the story, explaining: "My son Hero is at a new nursery and he’s got a new friend called Xerxes.

"I’ve checked with his mum to make sure that I knew what the spelling was and then I had to Google what the name meant, because I’ve never heard of this before."

When she searched the name and its meaning, she discovered it means "Ruler over Heroes".

"Isn’t that the most perfect name for a friend for Hero?" Kirstin gushed.

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People took to the comments section to weigh in on Kirstin's revelation about her son.

"awww that's so sweet," one wrote.

"My niece is named Hero after the Greek myth and the character in Much Ado About Nothing," another added.

To which Kirstin replied: "That was where we got it from.

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"Unisex name."

"Very cool names!" someone else commented.

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But not everyone was convinced about the unusual monikers.

"Those names are tragedeighs," another comment read.

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