Mine didn't have names that I know of. I foster, so give the kittens "baby" names, with the intention that the forever home will give them a new name. Festus was born at my house, and was named Festus before I knew her gender. By the time we decided to keep her, it seemed to late to change the name!
Same with Garfield, almost. I took him in at about 8-10 weeks, and named he and his twin brother Garfield and Odie. Odie died of distemper
. And I'm still not sure why Garsie never got adopted...he is such a bundle of joy and always has been. I thought an orange kitty named Garfield, and the cartoon was at the theaters...I was sure he would get adopted. Luckily for me he didn't, and now he is ours forever.
Jasmine was Red, and when I let dd adopt her, I encouraged her to rename her. She didn't know her name, and still doesn't. I usually call her Baby, Baby Cakes, or just Cakes!
Most of my adoptees are renamed, but Sugartoes and Blue kept their names.