As a matter of fact, choosing a name for the new arrival can be quite a daunting task, especially if the parents cannot agree. On the other hand, many people select family names and that can cause tension among the in-laws. Moreover, a baby names book may help the choice and they make interesting reading, with regard to learning about the meanings and origins of names. At the end, for anyone who is having difficulties, spare a thought for couples expecting sextuplets. In a fundamental manner, to give examples of names as well as their meanings, the following is a brief selection.
Therefore, Ann signifies grace and is Hebrew in origin, Gloria is Latin for glory, Patricia means noble from the English and Tara means tower originating from the Celtic. Apart from this, Barnard means big bear from the English, Keiran is small and dark and is Celtic, Sebastian means venerable from the Greek as well as Toby translates, as God is good from old English. On that note, a French baby names book from different countries will show that names have equivalent versions in several languages e.g. Pablo, a common Spanish name is Paul in English. Sean or Shaun is a Celtic version of John.
Details in respect of names:
At the present time, some parents choose a name for sentimental reasons, perhaps from the place of conception. That is fine if parents are Brooklyn Beckham, son of David and Victoria Beckham. It is not so good if they were conceived in Little Rock, Arkansas. Unusual names can be a burden for some kids but they may appreciate it more when they reach teenage years as well as yearn for individuality. Although, celebrities are well known for going against the norm. Some famous parents have certainly not consulted a baby names book. Moreover, their quest for something different has led to some bizarre choices. Nicholas Cage decided to call his son by the Krypton name of Superman, Kal-El. He will get a shock if junior starts flying around. On that note, Cher and Sonny Bono named their daughter Chastity, (no pressure) and David Bowie thought that his son would revel in being called Zowie Bowie. At the end, the most out there of baby names has to be the choices of Bob Geldof and the late Paula Yates. Their daughters were named Fifi-Trixibelle, Peaches Honey blossom and Pixie. Not ideal names for a tough schoolyard. Now, some names are banned in Franc law or not allowed by them.
Therefore, some names which the France law not allows:
2. Mégane Renault
6. Bâbord and Tribord
7. MJ (Michael Jackson)
9. Nutella and Strawberry
10. 'Itler' and 'Iva'
Conclusion: The above note defines the some details in respect names and names that are banned by law of France.