ILLEGAL Baby Names

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  • Published on Jun 8, 2019
  • Gwyneth Paltrow named her daughter, “Apple.” The middle name of Kurt Cobain’s daughter is “Bean,” and Beyonce named her daughter “Blue Ivy.” It seems there’s no shortage of strange names out there. If you don’t have a unique name, then you probably know people who do. What you might not have known is that there are countries that do not allow specific names. Let’s take a look at a few of those quirky gems, shall we?
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    7. You Can’t Be Stinky!
    In the Malaysian language, “Chow Tow” means “Smelly Head.” It’s a funny name in English. If you don’t speak Malaysian, you might think the words “chow tow” sounds cute. Malaysian law does not think it’s cute. When a couple wanted to name their kid Chow Tow, authorities quickly shut them down. In response to this case and the number of people applying to change their names, the Malaysian National Registration Department released a list of forbidden names.
    6. Please Stop The Nonsense
    What would you do if you were looking at an ID card and the name had two quotation marks with a period in between? Unless you are well-versed in the way messages work on the telegraph, you might be at a loss of what to call this person. One New Zealand couple decided to name their child Full Stop, with the quotations and period as the way to spell the name. “Full Stop” ended up on the 2013 list of New Zealand’s banned baby names. The list includes 77 names, such as “4Real” “V8” and “Justice.” For the most ridiculous one from New Zealand yet, keep watching.

    5. A Poisonous Child
    Some people may think it’s hardcore or cool to name a kid something like Venom or Toxic, but that sort of stuff doesn’t fly in the UK. Compared to Portugal or New Zealand, the UK doesn’t have that many strict rules against names. However, when one mother from Wales attempted to name her daughter Cyanide, authorities intervened. On the mother’s end, she explained she thought the word “cyanide” sounded pretty. It should also be noted that the daughter’s twin, a boy, was named Preacher, which the courts also did not like. They ordered the mother to rename both children because they concluded neither name were in the son and daughter’s best interests.

    4. Take That “H” Away
    In western nations, most women whose names are “Sarah” spell it with an H. Morocco says if you must name your child Sarah, you must omit the H. Why? When naming a baby, the law states parents must choose from a list of acceptable names. All of these names uphold a “Moroccan identity.” To officials, spelling Sarah with H is banned because it is considered the Hebrew version of that name. Sara ending with an “A” is totally fine, though, because that is the Arabic version.
    3. Are You A Robot?
    Sweden also has strict naming laws, so when these next parents registered their baby, it became a huge issue. In 1996, a Swedish couple thought it would be unique to name their son BRFXXCCXXMNPCCCCLLLMMNPRXVCLMNCKSSQLBB11116! That’s a whopping 43-character name, and it looks like they picked it by picking up random letters and numbers off the floor. The couple then said that you pronounce this as “Albin,” a fairly common name in Scandinavia. Swedish law enforcement said, “no dice” to that choice. Discouraged but not yet defeated, the couple then said the son’s name would then be “A” which would also be pronounced Albin. How did Sweden respond? They basically said, “Try again.” In another instance, a different Swedish couple tried to name their child “Metallica,” which also was rejected.

    2. Align With The Alphabet
    Names are different in Iceland than in many other countries. First of all, some people do not use family names or last names. Instead, your second name is your father’s and sometimes mother’s first name followed by the Icelandic terms for “son” or “daughter.” Second of all, Iceland has its own set of letters. If a name cannot be conjugated in Icelandic, then guess what? You cannot have that name! A couple that wanted to name their daughter Harriet was prohibited from doing so because it cannot be conjugated. They also had a son whose name was Duncan, but that was not allowed either because there is no “C” in the Icelandic alphabet. When gaining passports for their children, the parents had to list their children’s names as “boy” and “Girl.”
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Comments • 69

  • MX Yes
    MX Yes Month ago

    I’d name my child Adolf Hitler if I ever have one.

  • Simba
    Simba 2 months ago

    I just met an adorable, little three year old, named Messiah. His name will probably cause him problems in the future.

  • CaLiCo MaMa
    CaLiCo MaMa 2 months ago

    Really? Naming your children second & third?!🤦🏼‍♀️
    I would think that, it would make your child feel like they weren't even worth the time for u to pick out a name just for them.🤷🏼‍♀️👀👀.
    I'm glad that all 3 of my children have either their first or middle name that was originally a family member of theirs. Just like my middle name is my great grandma's name.
    I may be wrong, but that's how I would feel if my parents named me something like that, but all my other siblings got a regular/meaningful name.🤔🤷🏼‍♀️
    **Please, don't reproduce if u think this is alright!!**
    👎🏼👌🏼

  • astra haze
    astra haze 3 months ago

    I love the name Lucifer it means "morning star'

  • Freya Collins
    Freya Collins 3 months ago +1

    Nuuuuuuttella. Sorry that got to me, maybe it’s an English thing 😂😂

    • Simba
      Simba 2 months ago

      Right. It Nut...not nuut.

  • nala simba
    nala simba 3 months ago +1

    Ever heard of Barron? (Trump). Ridiculous. And as pretentious as calling your brat Princess!

  • D.R. M.
    D.R. M. 3 months ago +1

    Musk is what, I think NOT!!!!!

  • javelin1010
    javelin1010 3 months ago

    this bored me

  • Teaghan Shackelford
    Teaghan Shackelford 3 months ago

    Squid. I'd totally name a kid squid

  • Katie KitKat
    Katie KitKat 3 months ago

    ...

  • Christy Woods
    Christy Woods 3 months ago

    I'm from Arkansas in the U.S. and My Daughter's name is Freedom,and My friend Wendy's Sony's name is Justice,My friend Staceys Daughters name is Memory,and My friend Jewels daughter's name is America!

  • Oldenweery
    Oldenweery 3 months ago

    I used to be a telemarketer for a catalog company (we only called our customers) and made-up names either amused me or confused me, because some customers got hot under the collar because "everybody pronounces it wrong." Well, lady, (it was almost always a female) if you hang a bunch of letters together that can be pronounced in several different ways... I also had a number of female customers named "Otis," which was a new one on me when I'd asked to speak to Otis and got a woman. (There's a character in the movie[s] "The Biscuit Eater" named "Text." His mother said it was a religious name because "--every Sunday the Preacher says, "I will now read to you from the _Text.")_

  • Conscientious objector In the Ham

    Topeka HS in the 90's had 2 brothers, OrangeJello and LemonJello. True Story, pronounced Orrrangelo and Lemangelo

  • aspince laframboise
    aspince laframboise 3 months ago

    This is a djewish channel... Can you tell ??? Ü

  • ChinaDoll The Geek
    ChinaDoll The Geek 3 months ago +1

    Ive always wondered if Id be fined if I ever flew to China because my government name is China.... -_- thanks mom

    • MX Yes
      MX Yes Month ago +1

      That’s fine, One of my friend’s cousins are named after China.

  • Radical Rainbow
    Radical Rainbow 3 months ago

    At senior school I was out as a gay guy my name might as well have been “queer bastard” because that’s how the other kids addressed me😭😭🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈

    • aspince laframboise
      aspince laframboise 3 months ago +1

      That is your life CHOICE, and maybe you shouldn't flash that Choice around...
      No pity to be found here eh...

  • Nicholas Berube
    Nicholas Berube 3 months ago +1

    My last name is berube but it's not my ancestral last name and I read that in france that's illegal

  • ODIN THE WONDERER
    ODIN THE WONDERER 3 months ago

    I’ve always wanted to name my daughter Silver Tace. I like the way it sounds

  • Iris Collins
    Iris Collins 3 months ago

    I named my youngest Lucian. My sister tried insisting that I name him something different... "it's too close to Lucifer!" I don't know where she got Lucifer from Lucian...

  • Wellch
    Wellch 3 months ago +2

    Instead of Harry Potter, can they name him Cedric Diggory?

  • joy bergemann
    joy bergemann 3 months ago

    I know a young man named Kaven. And a boy named Dieken.

  • Ima Farmer
    Ima Farmer 3 months ago +5

    The scariest part , these parents are allowed to breed.

  • Ace Hardware 1477
    Ace Hardware 1477 3 months ago +3

    I am of the opinion that names should really be meaningful. That everyone should be proud to say it where ever and when ever. Don't call me kettle etc etc and think that I'll be proud saying it we should do this for our children not just for our sakes and how it sounds like. Let it be meaningful please.

    • CHEMICAL GIZZARD
      CHEMICAL GIZZARD 3 months ago +2

      I agree. Naming someone is such a huge responsibility!

  • chase folis
    chase folis 3 months ago

    Sad but you should be able to name your child what ever you two like.

  • bj-Mohamed 1
    bj-Mohamed 1 3 months ago +1

    Dick haed

  • Bellickeys
    Bellickeys 3 months ago

    Interesting stuff

  • K K K OK
    K K K OK 3 months ago +2

    My friend want to name his child mustang gt..the priest said no..my friend says thats unfair..my mothers friends names are mercedes and kia

  • Tommy Ohlrich
    Tommy Ohlrich 3 months ago

    For years and years in France you could only name your children biblical names or normal names. I thhhhink it might even still be that way, I could be wrong though...

  • marvininer
    marvininer 3 months ago +1

    I heard of an actress who named her son Audio Science.

  • Fugazity
    Fugazity 3 months ago

    who is the cutie with the black blouse who appears and speaks in this video?

  • Maximiliano Moreno
    Maximiliano Moreno 3 months ago

    OK, I can see why some names are band, but some are just being unfair to some names

  • A L
    A L 3 months ago

    This was sent 36 minutes after this videos release

    • K K K OK
      K K K OK 3 months ago +1

      But it says 31 minutes ago

  • Segarinna Johnson
    Segarinna Johnson 3 months ago +1

    I like Nutella

  • think amation yt
    think amation yt 3 months ago +4

    My name is jeff

    • Simba
      Simba 2 months ago

      No it's not... your name is Adam Kelly.

  • Nate Cummings
    Nate Cummings 3 months ago +1

    Both my kids initials are ABC. A boy n a girl. Kinda like it honestly

  • domo loco
    domo loco 3 months ago +1

    Saita sounds like a good name

  • Gene Miller
    Gene Miller 3 months ago +8

    Children are not pets. Enough with the stupid and weird names.

    • Ace Hardware 1477
      Ace Hardware 1477 3 months ago

      @Cool Moon
      Sorry that i could not express my self clearly. I want you to understand that we share the same opinion on this matter. Parents do not need to name a kid kettle for example and expect the child to proudly say in public that his name is kettle. Hope you understand

    • Cool Moon
      Cool Moon 3 months ago

      @Ace Hardware 1477 put the beer down and re read my comments.. wow meth must be a Hell of a Drug.. get some help Honey .

    • Cool Moon
      Cool Moon 3 months ago

      @Ace Hardware 1477 ok ..... I have no idea what you mean . You're being vague.. so whatever. . ok .. I said if you are going to have a snobby name then have your last name fit it.. it's absurd to name your kid something high class only to have a shitty last name. .. so yeah..

    • Ace Hardware 1477
      Ace Hardware 1477 3 months ago

      @Cool Moon lets be reasonable should anyone stick to funny names like you suggested i mean it's too absurd.

    • Gene Miller
      Gene Miller 3 months ago +1

      @Cool Moon True story from a brother in law: New girl in school, last name: Farty. First name: Iletta. That friggin' name is cruel and unusual punishment. Her parents were idiots.

  • PREPFORIT
    PREPFORIT 3 months ago

    Illegal Baby names by stupid parents.

  • Albin Svedberg
    Albin Svedberg 3 months ago +8

    my name is albin and I'm proud

    • Albin Svedberg
      Albin Svedberg 3 months ago +2

      @Tommy Ohlrich hope so

    • Tommy Ohlrich
      Tommy Ohlrich 3 months ago +1

      Albin Svedberg is it spelled all crazy on your birth register?

  • IG: ohhitznene
    IG: ohhitznene 3 months ago +1

    I'm gonna name my son (Ben ) (U ) (Dover)

    • Cool Moon
      Cool Moon 3 months ago

      @IG: ohhitznene ok but we will all say HEY, BEN DOVER AND TAKE IT LIKE A MAN!! .. But that's ok with me. If it's ok with poor sore ass Ben... Lol..

    • IG: ohhitznene
      IG: ohhitznene 3 months ago

      @Cool Moon nahhh Ben first name U middle and Dover last

    • Cool Moon
      Cool Moon 3 months ago

      Ben Udover .. cuz people would just call him Ben Dover..

  • CLIFFORD CABUYAO
    CLIFFORD CABUYAO 3 months ago

    3

  • Team Vate
    Team Vate 3 months ago +2

    Hiiiiii

  • Maysa Elmas
    Maysa Elmas 3 months ago +1

    Second

  • Angry Diego
    Angry Diego 3 months ago +1

    First