What's really in a name? In some countries it's more than you think. Selecting your lil one's moniker is never easy, but doing so when there are government-imposed guidelines can make it an even more daunting task. New Zealand's Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages just released a list of banned baby names, and while some are to be expected (Lucifer has been turned down six times and Messiah was also forbidden), others may be a bit of a surprise (Justice and King were also ruled illegal).
While some parents use their religion as a guide, others use places they love or movies to narrow the field. But unique names aren't welcome in all corners of the world. Take this quiz to see which countries have banned certain names.