The 2012 List of Illegal Baby Names

The 2012 List of Illegal Baby Names:
These names have been declared illegal by the Pope. I am sure there are some parts of the world where they are still suitable. Like Somalia.

1. Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii from New Zealand.
***This might be a joke. Not sure.

2. Venerdi from Italy
***The Italian word for Friday. Apparently, Robinson Crusoe's brother from another mother is not for another.

3. Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116 from Sweden
Pronounced "Albin."
***Other banned Swedish Names:Metallica, IKEA, Veranda and Q. The name Google was apparently accepted.

4. Gesher: The Norwegian word for Bridge

5. Chow Tow meaning “Smelly Head” in Malaysia.

6. Miatt from Germany.
***Didn’t Identify Gender Well Enough. Think Erin vs. Aaron.

7. Anus from Denmark
***Ok, fair point.

8. Ovnis from Portugal
***No Comment

9. Akuma from Japan
***Akuma is the Japanese word for Devil.

10. @
***The most notorious on the list goes to the Chinese couple that tried to name their baby the @ symbol. I am actually a fan of this one. That is like naming your kid that thing that used to be Prince.

Did I spell Robinson Crusoe correctly? Even if I didn't, I don't know how to read.

Source: Stolen.


  1. I will be using all of these names in the future.

  2. The names Fuk Yu and Fuk Me are now illegal in China.

  3. Do you also know that bubbfoganfrure is also illegal in many countries?
    It is a name normally given to slaves and means do my work...
    You can obviously understand why this name is banned as it is a form of discrimination and should not be joked about.
    Lucy Thompson


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