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This name has no meaning whatsoever, then? I feel sorry for the boys who have to carry this tacky-looking name; it looks lower-class, has no hope of aging well, and it's as though the parents said "We hav to cree8 somthin uneeq, eeven if its ugly." It's pitiful.
-- gaelruadh19  1/27/2007
I don't like it when names don't really have meanings. It's annoying. And this name looks feminine for some reason. I don't like the way it sounds either. I wouldn't use it.
-- scarletquillraven  3/23/2007
I guess if you're desperate enough, you could say that Daquan means "successful soldier", "Da" being Chinese for "achieve" and "Quan" being Vietnamese for "soldier". I still wouldn't recomend this, but for all you Daquans out there, now you have somewhat of a meaning, if your parents intended it or not.
-- Lady Seashell  2/18/2008
It's just a combination of typical syllables in ghetto names that make the man himself and his parents look like idiots who dropped out of school around age 16 after failing half the subjects. The parents who choose crappy names like this clearly aren't interested in the success of their son. The world is full of prejudice and hard competition, and if you have to choose between employing a man named, say, Daniel, and a man named DaQuan, it should go without saying you'd assume that Daniel is more educated and has inherited a higher intelligence. You can lie all you want, but that's how it works in the real world.
-- slight night shiver  4/21/2008
I think you're trying to say it's a prejudiced name, but you sound like the prejudiced person who hears the name. Daquan isn't the nicest name, but we don't have to jump to calling it ghetto.
-- Gothiclovesick  5/13/2009
There is a meme called "Daquan" which is the name of a fictional character featured in jokes circulated primarily by the Black Twitter community. He is paired with stock photographs of young white children being scolded by an adult. The character is typically portrayed as an African American inner city youth who serves as a bad influence to impressionable young white women.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  8/15/2014

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