Oh I love Fleur. And Maeve. And Ruby. I find it hard to disrespect anyone who resurrects a classic name of any kind. I could never name my baby girl Prudence but if you have the guts to do it, more power to you. I guess it bothers me when people seem to misspell by accident. Makkenna or Makkaela (instead of the actual name Michaela) And yes can we please throw the future generation of girls who would like to be taken seriously a bone, and stop naming them Nevaeh...or worse, a misspelled version thereof.
Reese, Rhys (any of the spellings)... All i see if peanut butter cup or the monkey... I just dont see the appeal!
Katniss. I can't stand it.
Oh, and don't forget Renesmee.
I don't generally like virtue names (Destiny sits particularly badly with me)
I don't like names like Kayden, Jayden, Teagan, Tyler
Names that are meant to be funny (Bluesky Walker, I kid you not)
People naming their kids just to be unique (I've met Babydoll Dikiny and Princess Joop - named after their mums favorite perfumes DKNY and Joop. also come across Rhapsody Melody)
When people haven't thought it through, I.e Polly-Cilla.
I don't like many of the top-names either like Harry, Ruby, Finley, Alfie (although I named my cat that), Ryan, George, Ellie, Emily, Jessica, Amelia, Poppy... I'm scandianvian and Alberte/Alberthe is a very popular girl name there and I just don't get it!
And Renesmee I will never learn to like or love!
Oh, I forgot to mention another naming convention that bugs me. Double-barreled names give me the heebie-jeebies, mostly because I have a really bad association with someone who had a double-barreled name. (to make it worse, her daughter also had one)
To be fair though, I have a friend named Mary Kate, and I have no problem with that. I guess I mostly have problems with double-barreled names with Carol in them. (from the aforementioned mother-daughter duo)
Haha, a lot of people don't like my name! It's Kylie.
Anyways, I hate Addison/Madison.
Sarah, Emily, Tiffany, Bethany, Ashley... Anything that sounds incredibly 80s or 90s bugs me.
Edith, Agnes, Agatha, Gertrude, Gretchen, etc.
Cordelia, Clementine, Magnolia, things like that.
I don't have these, I'd say strongly dislike/would never use on my own kids...
Any Mc_____ name.
Masculine last names on girls. Especially -son names, which mean "the son of.." like Emerson. I just don't get it.
Super cutesy juvenile names like Miley, Hailey, Bailey, Braylee, Kaylee, Emmie. These names always tend to be spelled a billion different ways too which I don't like.
The 80s names, Amanda, Ashley, Jessica, Jennifer, Lauren, Sarah, Kelly, Stephanie, Alicia, Allison, etc. I know SOOO many people with these names.
Also Norah, Iris, Ivy, Brooke,
I really dislike Shirley because it sounds SOOO overly feminine and frilly. I also don't like Kate, I don't know why. I'm perfectly fine with Katie's or Kaitlin's but not Kate...
I also don't like Agatha...sound's like a witchy name
Gertrude, Bertha, Betsy, Shirley...any of those great grandma names
Amanda: Something about it just doesn't sound too pretty
Mandy/Mindy/Cindy/etc.: I just DESPISE these names...they sound hideous to me
Sorry and no offense if these are any of your names I just REALLY dislike them...
Mildred, Myrtle, Gertrude(I know this was listed), Penelope, Calliope, & anything that is trying "too hard" like difrant spellingz or over the top stupid like Precious or Pashion.
Clementine is another fruit besides Strawberry and Apple that should only be seen in a fruit bowl, not as a person's name!!!! No offense if anyone is named these names or named their child this, I do not mean to be mean to anyone, my name is over the top common and still is around 50 or 60 at the ranking. Ashley is annoying to me still, even though I make a good Ashley. If it wasn't paired with my aunt's gorgeous name Juliette, I would seriously consider being called Lee, Asha (awsha) or A J.