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A Baby Named lucifer...

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It’s not a name I’d personally choose, so good luck to him and his parents

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8546955/Parents-win-battle-son-LUCIFER-registrar-tried-ban-it.html

not surprised that the registrar tried to ban it, but the parents didn’t like being advised that the boy ‘wouldn’t succeed in life’

hspexy
20 days ago
What do you think of this?
LordUnbox
LordUnbox20 days ago

It's like all the crazies that name their children after Game of Thrones or any tv show for that matter. Usain Bolt's kid too...

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
20 days ago

Lol yes I read about that. But in all honesty, I didn’t think Bolt was going to give his child a normal name

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Lynibis
Lynibis19 days ago

We had an absolute deluge of parents calling their boys Maximus after the release of Gladiator starring Russell Crowe. Some just left it at Max, which the others would probably be called anyway.

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NicoleBradburn
NicoleBradburn20 days ago

Why on earth someone would give their child, that sort of name...

I can't understand...

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
20 days ago

Me neither. I get that they’re not religious and wanted a unique name, but there are so many unique names, choosing this one has a lot of limitations

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ACR
ACR19 days ago

He could always become a YouTube 'sensation' or star in a reality TV program. On a positive note other kids may think twice about bullying him. But, if it's problem, he could change his name when he turns 18. It's a bit like Only Fools and Horses when Del and Raquel name their son Damien. Which was an acceptable name before The Omen was released 👹 ... Regarding the article, I think anyone called Awesome is more likely to have a positive outlook on life 😉

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LeighReidAtanas
LeighReidAtanas19 days ago

What is the world coming to ?? Poor child will get teased in school aswell doesn’t give them the best start if they are associated with a name like that

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GSM
GSM19 days ago

Poor child, feel sorry for him once he starts to go to school

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Getsome
Getsome19 days ago

I fear for the kids safety with that many religious nut jobs out there who will actually think he is Lucifer and try to harm him

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sarahgreen15
sarahgreen1519 days ago

My cousins have a cat called Lucifer 🤦🏻‍♀️ but I feel naming a child that is asking for them to be bullied their whole life... I thought there were some names the registry office could refuse 🤔 think that should maybe be one of them!

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Lynibis
Lynibis19 days ago

Also being a boy's name would probably get called Lucy. I just can't understand anyone who would do this to a child, may as well call him Devil and be done with it.

I did once have to register a child with the middle names of Beetlestone Mortis, but at least the first name was ok.

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Lynibis
Lynibis19 days ago

In my career as a registrar I had a young couple who wanted to name their baby Lucifer Maelstrom Damian. I also advised against it and when mum was told what Lucifer meant she was incensed with the father, asking him where he got it. 'From a comic' he replied with a shrug and deadpan look.

They were only 17 and 18 but decided of their own volition to just stick with Damian.

You wouldn't believe some of the names we were asked to record, like the mum of twins who called them Dolce and Gabbana!

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi19 days ago

My cousin named her son to Damien (from Omen)...

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
19 days ago

Lol I actually quite like the name Damien, even with its omen connotations. I don’t think a lot of people have seen it

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap19 days ago

Poor kids parents should think about the kids going school and getting picked on for the names

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
19 days ago

I was thinking more along the lines of limitations- what if he wants to become a priest? Or falls in love with a girl whose religion is important to her? They could’ve just named him Morningstar if they liked the meaning

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