In the Netherlands we've got this thing where parents just stick with a name, no matter what gender the child turns out to be when born. For example: the male names Roel, Kees and Klaas get turned into Roeltje, Keesje and Klaasje. The 'tje' or 'je' addendum is used to make the names diminutive. In essence the names now say 'Little Roel', 'Little Kees' and 'Little Klaas' (come to think of it, those are some cool rapper names). It's ridiculous really. Roeltje is a good friend of mine and she has always hated her name. Got teased at school and now that she's an adult she's always 1-0 behind when she sends in an application or something. It also goes the other way round of course. A guy I know is named Kim (which is exclusively a female name here in the Netherlands, unlike in Finland for example where this is a male name). You won't believe what he had to go through at school. In summary: parents, if you love your kid, please for the love of Peat give it a normal name. And no, Gaylord is not considered to be a normal name either.