>>Totally, names should never have an apostrophe or two y's
>My Arabic friend has an apostrophe in his name.
but you're probably referring to people
And I find surnames used as given names often sound very silly aswell.. though I never looked at mason as coming from a surname. Now that I think about it, it obviously does, and comes from a profession.
I personally can't imagine a political or business leader named Jayden or Swayde
Is Gertrude old? Is Sally a girl? Will Rainbow be happy on the assembly line? No Binion Horseshoe craps dealer in 1980 had that name badge.
=>Aiden, Logan <=Oliver, Lucas
2014: Add Aaron, Oliver. Drop Brayden, Gavin.
2015: Add Charles, Grayson. Drop Aaron and Eli
2016: Add Aaron, Lincoln, Thomas. Drop Charles, Jonathan, Landon
2017: Add Charles, Mateo. Drop Christian, Hunter
2018: Add Asher, Leo, Theodore. Drop Aaron, Charles, Isiah
2019: Add Ezra, Hudson, Josiah. Drop Caleb, Nathan, Ryan
2020: Add Charles, Maverick. Drop Andrew Joshua
2021: Add Elias, Luca. Drop Christopher, Jaxon
Despite the complaints about newfangled baby names, there actually isn't a ton of turnover year to year.
These children have to actually live and have an identity with that name. Kids aren't an accessory or a chance to show how eCcEnTrIc YOU are as a parent. They have to get jobs in the real world, and they WILL be discriminated against for some of these stupid names. Ugh. I don't know why this bugs me so badly, but man it does.
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