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What Names Are Banned in Different Countries Around the World?

Portugal

In this country, baby names have to be traditionally Portuguese, indicate the gender of the baby, and not sound like a nickname. In order to make it easier for parents to find appropriate names, there is a special list of names they can use.

Banned names: Nirvana, Viking, Jimmy, Rihanna, Sayonara

Germany

In Germany, you can’t just give a name to a child. First, a special local organization has to approve the name. Here, all words that could have a negative impact on the well-being of children are banned. In addition, a name should identify the gender clearly. You cannot use the names of foods, last names, or the names of objects.

Banned names: Adolf Hitler, Usama Bin Ladin, Woodstock, Gramophone

Denmark

A name can be chosen from an approved list that contains 18,000 female and 15,000 male names. If you want to give your child a different name, you will need to get approval first. The name should indicate the gender and comply with the language rules of the country.

  • Banned names: Ape, Pluto, Cammmilla (yes, with 3 Ms), Ashleiy (yes, spelled like this)and Jacobp

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