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These Names Are In Danger Of Dying Out Completely (35 pics)

Posted in Random » Interesting   6 Apr 2017   / 3561 views

We’re four months into 2017 and, according to BabyCentre, these names (most of them seemingly common) haven’t been registered once. Here are 35 names that might go away forever, along with the accompanying famous celebrity who signs their autograph with the endangered name in question.


Dean Norris

Angie Harmon

Malcolm McDowell

Sandra Bullock

Carol Burnett

Cyril Cusack

Surprisingly there aren’t many celebrities named Duncan. This is Duncan I, and he was king of Scotland from 1034-1040. Remember “King Duncan” from MacBeth? He was the basis for the character.

Cecile B. Demille, film director for silent and sound films.

Dennis Rodman

Beverley D’Angelo

Neville Longbottom is by far the most famous Neville out there.

Ernest Hemingway

Doris Day

There aren’t many Horaces in Hollywod, either. Horace Mann was an American politician and education reformer who promoted teacher training in “normal schools.”

Diane Keaton

Joanne Woodward

Leonard Nimoy

Elaine Hendrix

Sharon Stone

Donna Summer

Derek Jeter

Geoffrey Rush

Nigel Thornberry… is there any other?

Yvonne Strahovski

Clive Owen

Sally Field

Maureen McCormick

Paula Abdul

Roy Rogers

Tracy Morgan

Bertram was a tough one to find in the celebrity universe as well, but Bertram Goodhue was a famous 19th-century architect who designed the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City.

Clarence Seedorf

Sheila E

Wayne Gretzky

And finally, the mascot of those delicious burgers and cheeky twitter game’s namesake could be gone forever.

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Comments (2):

All names have times when they are popular and times when they almost disappear. Some goes away but most become popular again in a generation or two. Do not forget there are other countries in the world where some of these names are still alive and well.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
Cancamuso 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Leonardo, for example, is still very common in Italy, since is an Italian name this make sense.