However, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic are not alone with the use of whimsical names. Honduran parents are just as creative. The Central American nation sports a Honduran Ronald Regan, Transfiguración and Compañía Holandesa (Dutch Company) among the uniquely-named registered voters. Trying to be unique for the sake of “special” can get your child into a pickle and one that may spell out his destiny. Ultimately, it is not funny or even thoughtful. So, before you come up with that one of a kind gem of a name to honor your grandmother and his grandmother or your favorite restaurant, think again. According to the same NY Times report, three people in Panama sought to change their names: Esthewoldo, Kairovan and Max Donald. No word if they sued their parents! But Beyonce and Jay Z probably have nothing to worry about. There are worse things than sharing a name with an event planning business. Blue Ivy sounds almost dull by comparison.