Can you give an example of how a name could not conform to a "linguistic rule" in English?
If someone wanted the form of an English name to change depending on whether it was the subject or object of a sentence, that wouldn't conform to English linguistic rules. But I can't see how any combination of sounds that was pronounceable in English would defy any linguistic rules as a name by itself.
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