GettyYou finally found the perfect baby name for your perfect little angel... it works with your last name, it honors a relative, it nods to your heritage, it doesn't rhyme with a curse word, and neither you nor your significant other has a relative, ex-lover, or enemy with that name. But before you go inking it on a certificate, you might want to check out its meaning. Some of the most beautiful and popular names have some of the most bizarre and not-so-pleasing meanings!
We promise that if you choose this Biblical name for your baby son, he won't bark at the moon or chase cars (but until he's totally potty trained, we can't promise you that he won't pee on the rug).
Meaning: Swine, pig
We're pretty sure that Ellen's beautiful wife, Portia de Rossi, doesn't live in a barn, eat slop and snort uncontrollably.
If male patterned baldness runs in your family, you might just want to stay away from this one. That said, scientists will probably have developed a simple pill for hair replacement therapy by the time little Calvin starts to thin out on top!
Just because you're set on the twin-meaning name for your son doesn't mean the ultrasound tech was wrong when she said there was only one bun in your oven. That said, by the time he's 2, those you'll probably start feeling like he is two different people when "good Thomas" and "bad Thomas" start to emerge.
If you're concerned that your cute, little Caesar/Cesar will grow up to be a hairy beast, you might want to counteract the name with the middle name Calvin (see above!).
Weary? Please! Everyone knows that Princess Leah is the real hero of Star Wars! (Ok, ok: Leia, Leah... she still rocks!) Plus Leah Remini and Lea Thompson are "anything but" as well!
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