Sitting around the dinner table last Friday night, the crew (a portion of it anyway) was swapping stories about the craziest name we'd heard. Winner for the evening in my opinion was "Absidee." It won because it is spelled, "ABCDE," making it damn-near impossible to guess the pronounciation.
That was the end of that, until Tuesday, when I ran across the term "abecedarian" in a legal opinion:
One who teaches language and the alphabet.
What do you call a word that sounds like what it means? This is not onomatopoeia because the word doesn't imitate a sound.