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Thread: Most hated girls names?
April 15th, 2012 05:25 PM #41
Nevaeh and all of its spellings
Mc/Mac names like Mackenzie, Mckinley, Makayla
Billie/Charlie/Stevie/Bobbi/Frankie as full names
Brand names like Chanel
Any names that are spelled with a "K" instead of a "C" (I'm not talking about Catherine/Katherine here but something like Khloe with a "K")
Any names spelled with a "y" instead of an "i" - Lacey vs. Laci, Madison vs. Madisyn)All the best,
April 15th, 2012 06:33 PM #43
April 15th, 2012 06:39 PM #45Ashley
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April 15th, 2012 06:53 PM #47An extremely name obsessed teenager . My all-time favourites are .....
Girls: Ella Juliette, Aurora Niamh, Aria Laurel , Evangeline Lilac, Anastasia Primrose, Adeline Louisa, Hermione Clara, Penelope Bohème, Genevieve Alouette , Bridget Rosalie, Vivian Lark, Fiona Miette, Whimsy Isolde
Boys: Gabriel Finnick, Luca Marius , Elias Benjamin, Ezra Miles, Reid Elijah, Peregrine Forrest, Augustus Barnaby, Louis Metias, Montgomery Theodore
April 15th, 2012 08:44 PM #49Senior Member
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Oh there are so many! Wren and Navaeh are probably the ones I feel most strongly about. I also dislike boy names on girls - not unisex names (I consider Sam and Charlie unisex), I am talking pure boy name - like James or Luca (yes Luca is a MALE NAME!)
I also dislike Rebecca (I love Bec, hate Becky and Becca), Rachel, Chelsea, Hillary, Tamsin, Pandora, India, Eden, Lola, Lula, Eliza (this may be another one of my most disliked names), Ethan...
Anything begining with Anal___ such as Analeigh.
Oh and I also dislike calling a child a wonderful name like Penelope, and then giving the child a nickname which is not a nick-name for that particular name. Like Pippa. You cannot get Pippa out of Penelope. If you want to name your child Pippa, name her Pippa. Although, I am a HUGE fan of Scout as a nickname for Susannah, but that I feel is like calling "insert any boy name here" Buddy.