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y3lom 329 days ago
i understand why ban the other names, but tom? why?
Tarc 329 days ago
Nah I also don't understand the last one
grator 329 days ago
#1 in portugese tom means tone, the only explanation i've found
In Germany lots of Babynames are banned, a couple of years ago a young mother wants to name her child "Das Teil", what means that piece...
dvh 329 days ago
I think I know why Tom is forbidden. It is similar here in Slovakia. We can't use names that are shortened from real names, or modifications. For example persons with common name "Jozef" are often called "Jožo" or "Jožko" (small Jozef), but you can't name your baby "Jožo", only "Jozef". Similar for Tom, it can be shortcut from our "Tomáš". There is, however, workaround. Since these rules does not apply to foreign names, if you proof some foreigner name is "Tom", you can give that name to baby.
manro 329 days ago
I know a guy who changed his name to Sharon Stone.
smremde 329 days ago
Stop doing these "10 x" videos they are really crap. I could read this quicker than it took to watch the video.
Austin 329 days ago
How could they leave out baby Adolf Hitler Campbell? Taken by the court in 2009 in New Jersey, USA. His sisters are named Joyce Lynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Himler Jeannie Campbell. The parents apparently have some ugly political affiliations / leanings.
huldu 329 days ago
Someone in Sweden wanted to name their child something similar to that in #1. That's all I know.
z810707 329 days ago
And that video was a waste of time
irishgek 329 days ago
Saxxoo 329 days ago
many of those names aint allowed in several or rather many countries
abriehat 329 days ago
Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116, pronounced [?alb?n], was a name intended for a Swedish child who was born in 1991.
Parents Elisabeth Hallin and Lasse Diding gave their child this name as a protest against the naming law in Sweden.
the parents submitted the 43-character name in May 1996, claiming that it was "a pregnant, expressionistic development that we see as an artistic creation." The parents suggested the name be understood in the spirit of 'pataphysics. The court rejected the name.
I still do not get it...... how can it be pronounced Albin
librabooks 329 days ago
#12 There is no rule for pronouncing a name. For instance, you can spell "Tom" with 4 m's and a silent q, and pronounce it "Stella". Hell, I've had my last name mispronounced so many times that I'm starting to wonder how it was originally meant to sound!
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gunsnroses 329 days ago
peacinu 329 days ago
I don't know what I just saw, but I think this video is way lame. Tom?! Really?
Cutlass 329 days ago
I have never heard he last name, EVER! And I am a man of Swedish origin.
AnonFawkesClown 327 days ago
Majority of those names were either ridiculous or stupid. Who would want to name their child them? but Tom? really?
Neutral 327 days ago
That's not the best, I would name my baby CASH, so anyone who have a barrier crossed cash cheque, please pass it to me
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