What's the current worst names you've actually seen someone call their child?
My cousin named her son Baxley (wth).
I read a list of baby names and on the girls side was: Mahogani, Eun, Doodie. Like what in the world. Why would someone name them that?
- ksnake10Lv 74 weeks ago
Mahogany is definitely one of the ugliest names I've ever heard for a child. A Black woman at my local Walmart was yelling at her daughter Mahogany, and I thought she was looking for Mahogany wood furniture.
Anyone who names their child "Doodie" should be pushed off a subway platform into an oncoming train.
The name Eun sounds very foreign to me.
Baxley is a name that many Gen Z parents will be giving to their kids 10 years from now.
- Common SenseLv 71 month ago
Some baby names are so freakish, I can't even remember them or maybe I just blocked them out of my memory!
Today's parents, while attempting to be "unique" manage "bizarre" by making up names or bastardizing the spelling of lovely names.
I have to laugh at how some names seem to be a character in a si-fi movie. It's absurd!
We are going to have a whole generation of " The Misfit Names!"
- lenpol7Lv 71 month ago
Any modern misspelled meaningless name. What does 'Baxley' mean?
As for 'Mahogani', 'Eun', & 'Doodie' , Ugh!!!! Just plain horrible.
- FLv 71 month ago
Stupid spellings just make the parents look like ignorant chavs, ( they probably are).
The worse names are those which might be fairly ordinary but they have not said it out loud with the surname.I’m sure there are a few Mike Hunts and Richard Heads out there.
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- AmarettaLv 71 month ago
The name Mahogany probably comes from the movie of the same name (starring Diana Ross). Eun is an ethnic name -- Korean, I think. My daughter had an Asian classmate with that name. Doodie is simply awful. Some people want to give their children (especially daughters) a "unique" name. Sometimes that means a weird spelling and sometimes it just means a weird name. The whole names with an X thing seems to have started with Angelina Jolie, who named her sons Maddox, Pax and Knox.
- GBLv 51 month ago
One of my sisters went to school with a girl who had two godmothers. The girl's mum asked each of them to choose a name for her daughter. Individually, the names were fine, but the combination was awful! I guess that after asking them to pick, the mum felt oblidged to use both names. She added her choice as 3rd Christian name.
The girl was called Leanne Deanne Anne!
- 1 month ago
Many years ago I came across a woman who's daughter was named Cello. Also my brother was friends with a kid at our church named Crucifix, that poor kid didn't even want to tell anyone his name.
- Anonymous1 month ago
I dislike most names with an "x" stuck in them. Baxley is simply awful I know a baby named Bryghtner pronounced as Bright-ner. I will always dislike Nevaeh, too.
- Odins daughterLv 61 month ago
Baxley is terrible. The worst I've known are K-Lee (pronounced like Kayley), Chanella and Bayli.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Cash. I serious hate that name.