Most virtue names and most surname-sounding unisex names on girls. (Felicity, Serenity & Riley, Hayden)
Anything overly girly/princessy/fancy especially over-used names (anything -bella...like Arabella would fit with this)
And Annaleise..it's really pretty, but I just see Anal,
Wren- cute written, but outloud it's Ren like Ren & Stimpy
Clementine & Magnolia- that's a whole lot of cloyingly sweet over-the-top name imo
I am guilty of loving boys names on girls (Charlie & Sam...that's so cute!)
and overly cutesy names (Kitty & Bunny...I wouldn't use, but seriously, how cute is that?!)
and 'dated' names (Joan & Karen...strong sounding & ready for a comeback!)
Oh yes also would like to add all those J and K names that were trendy and popular in 80's/90's. Just sound a bit stale now
Jennifer, Jessica, Jamie (and similar J boys ones like Jason)
Kylie, Kelly, Kayla
and other similar sounds like Layla - just too trendy/common sounding, but obviously a lot of those kind of feelings are based on region
I still love the name India but it seems to be getting quite common here which I hate
I don't like boys names on girls: James, most -son names etc. As well as overly unisex (read: primarily male) names.
I really dislike overly "old lady" names with harsh sounds or silly ones: Penelope, Gertrude, Agatha, Agnes, Gretchen etc.
Trendy silly spellings annoy me like crazy.
Overly cutesy names...good gosh, I can't stand those. You're naming a human being who will grow up and be an adult for much longer (hopefully) than they were a child. Don't name a baby girl something like Kitty.
Jasmine, It's not really a hate, but I'm so tired of it.
Sloane, the Slo- sound just makes be think of unsavoury words
Sage, I can't stand this. It actually makes my skin start to itch.