Roselia could be pretty much acceptable..... maybe
Pft, of course. I totally want my two future sons to be named Darkrai Luke and Giratina Bryan or even...Arceus Kaleb! ;D
Just kidding, just kidding...No, I actually wouldn't. If it was a human character like....Sabrina, or Riley, then maybe. But after an actual Pokemon? Nah. I'd know my poor kid would probably get made fun of. People would be saying his/her parents are physco freaks with no lives. ;.;
So no. But I give props to whoever would, though. :3
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Lol people, naming your kids after a Pokemon doesn't necessarily mean calling them Pikachu or Snorlax. It could simply be "Lily" afer Lilligant because you just love the Pokemon Lilligant like that. But then again when your daughter Lily asks you "Why is my name Lily" and you tell her the truth, she'll be like "WHAT?"
Well, I'm not having kids so the point's kinda moot, but I think Reggie Gig Gus would be a rockin' name.
I'm not planning on ever having kids, but if I did I would name them after a couple of my favorite Pokemon. Like Keldi for a son after Keldeo or Lucar for a son. Poli or Umbry for a daughter
No, I would never. That's such a stupid idea.
According to one list of the top 7000 names used on babies (it was every name used on at least 5 babies), in 2011 eighteen girls were named Roselia. Although most of the parents probably didn't know it was a Pokemon (unless they were young enough). I was thinking they must have used it as a variant of the name Rosalia (which is a fairly common name in Italy and in Spanish-speaking countries - it's their form of Rosalie).
Actually, Roselia does sound kind of pretty as a name. And Aron is a legit name too - it's how you spell Aaron in some countries in Europe.