Sweden also has a naming law and has nixed attempts to name children 'Superman,' 'Metallica,' and the oh-so-easy-to-pronounce 'Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116.'
In 2009, the Dominican Republic contemplated banning unusual names after a host of parents began naming their children after cars or fruit.
In the United States, however, naming fights have centered around adults.
In 2008, a judge allowed an Illinois school bus driver to legally change his first name to "In God" and his last name to "We Trust."
But the same year, an appeals court in New Mexico ruled against a man -- named Variable -- who wanted to change his name to "F--- Censorship!"
Here is a list of some the names banned in New Zealand since 2001 -- and how many times they came up
Using brackets around middle names: 4
Using back slash between names: 8