Making sure their baby's name is unique is very important to many parents-to-be.
But how unusual is too unusual? That is the question people seem to be wondering when they take to Google and type 'can I name my baby ...?'
From obscure fictional characters, to multi-national companies and even an evil dictator - parents are searching for a wide variety of unique names.
Click through to see some of the options being considered.
For obvious reasons, the internet's general consensus is that Adolf is not only an inappropriate name but it is also insensitive.
The majority of people named Adolf living in Germany are elderly and generally born before the end of World War II.
Since then, official records show that only 13 babies were named Adolf between 2006 and 2013 but the name is apparently on the rise.
Say a little prayer for you?
Amen kicks off the list of bizarre baby names.
One small step for man and one giant leap for mankind.
Yes, there are parents-to-be who are wondering if they can name their baby Apollo.
Future astronaut in the making?
Wired for sound! This is one of the more left of field names that parents-to-be have Googled.
The name is perhaps inspired by A Knight's Tale actress, Shannyn Sossamon who named one of twins Audio Science.
Nobody puts baby in the corner.
This is either a self-descriptive name or an homage to Dirty Dancing's lead, Frances 'Baby' Houseman.
Na na na na na na na na na na...baby?
Whilst Batman doesn't seem to be an illegal baby name, it probably should be.
Disney is the surname of the beloved father of animation, Walt Disney. However, it is also the legacy name given to the Walt Disney Corporation which oversees theme parks, movies, streaming platforms, cruise lines and so on.
Yes, there are 'Disney adults' who would name their baby Disney.
This name is potentially inspired by Millie Bobby Brown's Eggo-loving character from the hit Netflix show: Stranger Things.
Can you really blame parents for wanting to pay homage to the King of Rock?
The success of Baz Luhrmann's Elvis biopic may see the name Elvis rise in popularity.
Could Elvis be the right name for your little 'devil in disguise'?
Yes, Goku really is a name parents-to-be have apparently considered for a baby name.
Goku is a traditional Japanese boy's name but it is also the name of the protagonist in Dragon Ball Z, a popular Japanese anime.
Harry Potter kids are all grown up and are turning to the nostalgic books of their youth for baby names.
Hermione was a once ignored and almost forgotten name. However, thanks to the immensely popular J.K. Rowling series, Hermione is a girl's name that is back on the rise.
In certain Australian states, any religious monikers such as 'Jesus', 'Bishop' or 'Christ' are banned baby names.
However, Jes¨˛s is an immensely popular Spanish/Latin American name.
John/Jane Doe is a pseudonym given to someone anonymous or whose identity is sealed.
This placeholder is commonly used in legal proceedings and police matters.
Despite this, there are some parents-to-be who are seriously considering this as a name.
Whilst King is a very regal name, it is actually banned by the Australian government.
Banned baby names also Queen, Admiral, Lady, Lord and other titles.
This isn't one of the most far out names on the list.
The name Love is perhaps inspired by the deadly Love Quinn from the hit Netflix series You.
Whilst the name Morbius may sound like an Ancient Greek underworld figure, it is actually the name of a vampire from Marvel Comics.
You may have been a die-hard grunge kid back in the day, but naming your child Nirvana will have them saying
"hey, wait, I got a new complaint" later in life.
Pharaoh is a unique and regal baby name that seems to circumvent the list of banned baby names in Australia.
It is also a name that is seemingly on the rise growing from just 15 babies per year to 167 in 2018.
Renesmee is the fictional name created by Twilight author Stephanie Meyer who combined 'Renee' and 'Esme' to find the perfect name for Edward and Bella's daughter.
Twilight has enjoyed a revival in the last few years thanks to TikTok. It seems that the 'Twihards' like the 'Potterheads' are turning to books for baby name inspo.