Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Have you ever asked your parents about who named you? Or why did they choose for you such a name? Well, I guess we all had that question in our minds. Yet, the most important and difficult task that parents face is choosing a name for their baby which they will use and hear for their entire life, so that is really a big matter!
But frequently, even when parents think they have chosen the ideal name for their Child, the feeling of regret could start after it said or done. A recent study has proved that a 32% of parents had felt regrets within the first six weeks of using the name for their little baby.
Then 21% of those parents claimed that the name just didn’t suit their child or it is too common. The good thing is that the majority of parents surveyed said that they don’t have any intention to change their child’s name legally, so maybe they will find out a way to love it.
Significance: defending man
Rank: 1542 in 2016
This gender neutral name was so popular during the 1990s and it is used for either Alexander or Alexandra. Its origins go back to ancient Greece (Alexander the Great); hence we may assume that it has surely passed the test of time.
But you may be surprised by the fact that many parents regret using such a common nickname.
Rank: 4 in 2015
Jacob has always been an amazingly popular name in the latest years. It was the most favored name for boys from 1999 to 2012, and till now it is among the top ten most used names. But some parents feel like it is not distinguished enough, even if it is indeed a very charming name!
Significance: Free man
Rank: 9 in 2015
Maybe the birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015 was the main reason that kept this lovely name on many people’s list, and it has been constantly climbing the name charts. So you may be surprised to find it on our list.