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    Jul 2012
    The names don't necessarily have to be generic Yugoslavian (slavic) names...I just meant that he isn't against Croatian, Serbian, or Bosnian names as at the end of the day he's a hodge podge of ethnic groups so they don't have to conform to anything or nothing. Generic secular are always good, though. Of course names that are too "nationalistic" would definitely be out.....Ratko and Slobodan, etc...nothing with negative connotations.

    I was surprised he liked Zlata/Zlatan since they seemed kind of out there. I thought enough Americans had read "Zlata's Diary" but maybe not.

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