Love Ariana, and Adriana too! Love Rain and River for boys. Dont think i could use them though.
There was actually a thread here a few years back where someone had named their kid Duke, called him Duke... etc... and when he was a few months old, they got a letter from BDM telling them to change it because it wasn't allowed. I don't remember what happened, but I remembered thinking it would have been a sucky situation to be in!
I'm in complete agreement with Ngaiz when she says there's a big difference between unusual and names spelt so ridiculously you, the parent, comes off looking like an uneducated twit. The worst is when language rules are completely ignored, and nobody considers how it would be said by a foreigner. For example - we, as Australians, are lazy with our speech... so while we would pronounce "Summuh," the same way we'd pronounce "Summer," take it elsewhere. How would an American pronounce it? It would sound very different indeed.
I'd name my child Meadow if I could.
I don't like his youngest daughters name - Lola Daisy Mae. If he were a Southern American it might suit better than a rock stars daughter
And his son Rufus, as much as I love that name he'd get the nickname Roofie and well.. A reputation too haha.
Now that would be cruel
That would be hilarious
Rufus is an awesome name, I'd never think roofie,
It's a name that will grow with the child too.
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