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    In the Czechlands, according to the Czech law:...

    In the Czechlands, according to the Czech law:
    it is not permitted to register a name maimed, diminutive or homely;
    it is not permitted to register a male name as female, and vice versa;
    it is not...
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    In German 'v' is pronounced as 'f' only in native...

    In German 'v' is pronounced as 'f' only in native German words. In words adopted from foreign languages, such as 'villa', 'v' is pronounced as 'v'.
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    If you consider that in the EU there are used...

    If you consider that in the EU there are used about 30 languages from several different language groups, it is almost impossible to find an ideal 'universal' name.
    Even the same written name can be...
  4. Milan Kelesi is Slovak origin, but certainly with...

    Milan Kelesi is Slovak origin, but certainly with Hungarian roots (by his surname).
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    In most of the European languages, for the city...

    In most of the European languages, for the city of Milan there is used its Italian form Milano or even form rather different eg Mailand (German), Mediolan (Poland).
    In any event, in Europe, Milan is...
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    OK. I see that my arguments are not strong enough...

    OK. I see that my arguments are not strong enough to convince you that Milan is a male name (regardless that in the US it has begun to be given to girls in recent years). So I accept this:

    Milan...
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    Definitely I do not want to be rude. I would just...

    Definitely I do not want to be rude. I would just like to understand why people give names to their children about whose origin they do not know anything and have not any personal relation to it....
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    Thank you, Mischa. I am pleased that there is...

    Thank you, Mischa.
    I am pleased that there is someone with an intelligent opinion and not just with the statement ‘it is used for both boys and girls, therefore this name is unisex'. I agree that...
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    According to the Czech law: it is not permitted...

    According to the Czech law:
    it is not permitted to register a name maimed, diminutive or homely;
    it is not permitted to register a male name as female, and vice versa;
    it is not permitted to...
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    Milan is a male name !

    Milan is a male name of south Slavic origin (Serbian (e.g. Milan the King of Serbia (1882–1889)), Croatian, Slovenian). At the beginning of the 20th century this name started to be used by Czechs and...
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    Milan is a male name !

    Milan is a male name of south Slavic origin (Serbian (e.g. Milan the King of Serbia (1882–1889)), Croatian, Slovenian). At the beginning of the 20th century this name started to be used by Czechs and...
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    Milan is a male name !

    Milan is a male name of south Slavic origin (Serbian (e.g. Milan the King of Serbia (1882–1889)), Croatian, Slovenian). At the beginning of the 20th century this name started to be used by Czechs and...
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    Milan is a male name !

    Milan is a male name of south Slavic origin (Serbian (e.g. Milan the King of Serbia (1882–1889)), Croatian, Slovenian). At the beginning of the 20th century this name started to be used by Czechs and...
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    Milan is a male name !

    Milan is a male name of south Slavic origin (Serbian (e.g. Milan the King of Serbia (1882–1889)), Croatian, Slovenian). At the beginning of the 20th century this name started to be used by Czechs and...
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