Most Popular Danish Names of 2019
Parents are responsible for taking care of their childrens’ basic needs like feeding, bathing, raising and etc. But there is something else, very important, that determines the quality of maternal and paternal figures: did they pick good names for their offspring? Do their children even stand a chance at surviving in this crucial world we live in? Will they be able to walk proudly without fearing ridicule from peers or prospective employers? Or did their parents do the absolute worst by choosing to spell their kids’ names in a bizarre way?
Such a simple way to ruin someone’s life before it’s even started.
Basically, parents nowadays either choose a unique danish male name that sounds absurd, or they pick a classic name and just misspell it. Rarely should you find people to name their baby in a normal, classical way.
Check out the list from parents.com for some of the most popular danish names of 2019:
Danish girl names
Danish boy names
Most of these names are not so bad. I strongly advise all parents to consider them.
And now we’ll show you some of the “uniquely” spelled names: Alyzzabeth, Klowee, Ainjel, Kamryn, Jaeysin, Lukiss, Vyolitt, Viktoriyah, Grayss, Xzavier, Khai-Leigh, Austyn, Jorjia, Olyviya, Sharlotte, Penelopee, Mykel, Ameelyah, Sofiyah, Jaxsin, Kartyr, Alexzandre, Geordan, Kandiss, and soooo many more, but my eyes started bleeding so I’m stopping here. I have to say, I had a vicious fight with my autocorrect over this.
Why would anyone danish female name their kid Vyolitt, that’s like asking them to grow up to become a stripper.
Or imagine having to shout “Isaak” during sex.
Moral of this story: Future parents, choose wisely!
If you have the misfortune of being stuck with a stupid name, please share it with us in the comments so we can laugh at you. Thank you!