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With a list of only 7,000 naming options, Denmark has some of the strictest naming laws in the world. The law also states that the name must identify the gender of the child and not be too unusual, with most of the names originating from Danish orthology. Some prohibited names include Pluto and Monkey. There are several reasons the authorities have for the strict laws, one of which is to protect children from getting odd names that could lead to bullying.


With a list of only 7,000 naming options, Denmark has some of the strictest naming laws in the world. The law also states that the name must identify the gender of the child and not be too unusual, with most of the names originating from Danish orthology. Some prohibited names include Pluto and Monkey. There are several reasons the authorities have for the strict laws, one of which is to protect children from getting odd names that could lead to bullying.

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#1. In which country do people have to choose their child's name from a government approved list of 7,000?

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