Uncommon baby names: Parents believe their children are special, but sometimes they get carried away with names and forget that their child has to introduce themselves like that forever.
Recently, a parent won a battle in court to name their child Lucifer. The name, Lucifer is often used to refer to the devil in religious bible and it is banned in New Zealand.
The parents Dan and Mandy Sheldon visited their local register office in Chesterfield, Derbyshire and was told that their son would never be able to get a job, and that teachers wouldn’t want to teach him.
Dan, 37 said, ‘I tried to explain that we are not religious people, and Lucifer in Greek means ‘light-bringer’ and ‘morning’ but she wouldn’t listen.’
Dan and his wife Mandy said they surprised to get any grief over the name, which first appeared as the name for the devil in the King James Bible in 1611.’
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