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Bar celebrity baby names.
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Bar celebrity baby names.
KVIIIlyn (pronounced Katelyn).
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Anything that's supposed to be a normal name but spelled differently to be edgy.

So for example: Eric = Airwreck

Nevaeh is also stupid.
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Sailor, like why... is that a name...? And also Laykynn. Just like really obscure and unnecessary ways to spell typical names. (Sorry if I offended anyone.)
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I have met a Cherry (who is Austrian) and a Honey (who is half Kenyan and half something else).

However, the cake probably goes to that time I was walking on the street in Romania and heard a mother yell at her daughter, who was named Rubina :lolwut: (I can assure you Rubina is not a normal Romanian name :nope: )

Also in Romania, in a singing contest, there was a woman named Smaranda :erm:
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One of my primary school teachers said they taught a pupil called Princess Irish (yes that's just the first name)
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Boomquifa

Highlighted the part in bold just to demonstrate why this name is unfortunate, as well as ridiculous.
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(Original post by UWS)

So for example: Eric = Airwreck
Just makes them look like they can't spell Looks like the answer an 8 year old would give when he didn't revise for a spelling test.

The weirdest name I've heard is possessed by an American girl... Her name is Democracy.

Her siblings weren't unfortunately called Freedom, Capitalism, 'Merica! but Faith, Grace and Gunner.
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Some parents once named their child Benedict Cumberbatch.
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Mary Christmas
Wayne Kerr
Mike Hunt
Justin Ramsbottom
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girl at my church was called eyecandy.
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any stupid hyphenated first name, like kacy-rose, ava-louise-may. Or what I like to call 'teen mom' names, because of the stupid names the girls on that show call their kids, like, Brickly, jaylyn, hunter/huntly, you know, those, wanna be posh but tacky names. I also went to primary school with this boy called Sharon, boy did he have a tough time. And for the love of God, and I have come across a child with this name, DO NOT CALL YOUR DAUGHTER RENESMEE.
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any stupid hyphenated first name, like kacy-rose, ava-louise-may.
My first and middle name have a hyphen between them (a.k.a. a hyphenated first name to anyone outside my native country) because having a hyphen between the first and middle name is just as common as having none where I come from. It very much depends on who is writing the birth certificate, since the person writing it can choose whether to use a hyphen or not if the parents state no preference
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(Original post by Michiyo)
My first and middle name have a hyphen between them (a.k.a. a hyphenated first name to anyone outside my native country) since it is just as common to have a hyphen between the first and middle name than to have none where I come from and it very much depends on who is writing the birth certificate, since the person writing it can choose whether to use a hyphen or not if the parents state no preference
~stupid~ hyphenated first names, ones that sound like it belongs to a fairy.
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