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But news last week that a girl in West Yorkshire had been named "Diot Coke" was truly sobering.
It seems, however, her parents had more of an excuse than most: she was christened back in 1379. Archivist George Redmonds, writing in Ancestors magazine, said her first name was a variation of "Dionisia", a common 14th-century forerunner of the modern name "Denise".
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