What Are the Worse Names You Can Give to Your Baby?

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Are you excited about having a baby? Do you look at the ultrasound pictures every chance you have and imagine spoiling your baby as soon as it gets born? Have you already considered names? Some people say that nothing should be bought and brought into house anything linked to the baby in order to avoid the jinx. But it is never early to start picking names. You need to be very careful when it comes to your baby’s name because it will determine his or her whole life. You need to know what are the worse names you can give to your baby.
Since I was born after 1943, I would die if my partner or anyone else from our surroundings suggested the name Adolf for my baby boy. No! Never! In hundred years, NO! Also, I always want to avoid names that are connected with some dead people. My grandparents, who I grew up with, died in a crash accident.  After my son was born, everyone jumped on me claiming that the only right to do was to give him my grandfather’s name. I refused and ended up with the whole family being mad at me, but I just couldn’t stand looking at my baby and seeing my grandfather dead. But, his name wasn’t awful, like the names Insider Monkey’s team collected.

Since your child’s name determines his future, like we already said, you have to pick some that won’t allow other kids to mock them, and that the name don’t announce someone that has the word ‘terror’ and ‘sadism’ written on his forehead. Is it a tough choice right? This is why many parents leave it to the last and give their baby a name just after it gets born. They say that, after they look at their child’s face and eyes, that will be the moment when they would realize who he or she is. It seems to work, at least according to them. But if you are not the kind of person that leaves anything to the case, at least take a look at these 10 most evil scariest names for male and female babies. At least you will know what names not to even have into consideration for your child’s sake.

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