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My oldest started asking to nurse by calling it "ging-ging" one day, around 14 months, just out of the blue. NO idea where she got it from.
My middle daughter started calling it "ning" on day around a year, and we had been calling it "ging-ging" since that was Grace's word for it. LIly signed for milk around the same time as she started calling it ning.
Felicity has started calling it "ning-ning" recently, and started using the sign for it about a week and a half ago.
I havent been in a situation yet with any of them, and I have nursed my older girls in public till 18 months - 2 yrs, where they have yelled out their nursing word or thrown a fit or gotten demanding. But the great thing about them using a nonsense word is that no one would know what ging-ging or ning is if they did!