I have been trying to figure put how to say half of these names for like 10 minutes.
Akshajram — It’s like someone just clicked a fuckload of letters on a keyboard.
OMFG. LOL. I’m pretty sure I’ve keysmashed file names as that.
OMG I know. Half the kids were Indian. Literally half.
Yes, these are ethnic names…it doesn’t look like a keyboard smash anything. I mean god forbid their names be something that means something in their culture and not something like River to Harmony.
Wow fuck the xenophobic people who were commenting on this. Like, these are actual names of actual children of color and you want to make fun of part of their identity and heritage because your uncultured ass can’t conduct a google search or you know actually ask these kids how to pronounce their “ethnic” (in quotations because ethnic really just means not white now a days) names. Like fuck that shit. It’s not funny and it is pretty fucking racist.
God forbid non white non western names be beautiful or meaningful
Yall take time perfecting your pronunciation of bendiddly coosalagoopagoop because it’s attached to a white man, but lord knows these names are just “keysmash” names which are only there for proper folk to make fun of.
since yall cant be assed to do the research:
Makena (Hawaiian, meaning abundance or happy one, )
Saanvi (Indian, synonymous with Lakshmi, the beautiful Hindu goddess of material and spiritual wealth and prosperity)
Sourav (Indian male first name. It means fragrance, generally that of flowers.)
Teo (Greek, Gift of God)
Jyotsna (Indian, ‘moonlight’ in Sanskrit)
Lekhana (sanskrit for painting and writing)
Rohin (Sanskrit for ‘rising’; born under the Sandlewood tree)
Rushil (sanskrit; ‘charming’)
Kothai (devoted, sweet natured girl)
Sejal (river water, pure, or depth in character)
Vedika (restoring knowledge)
so get the fuck outta here with that mess
Dude…. seriously. This looks like a kindergarten class… Do not fuckin disrespect the children you are teaching. Do not give them “easier to say” nicknames. Learn their names and how to say them correctly. Do not disrespect the child’s heritage and culture. If you can’t put in the effort to learn, stop fuckin teaching.