Dragoslav
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The "drag" prefix will get him no end of transvestite ribbings and "Dragoslav's a drag" is inevitable too! And not to mention that "slav" is really close to sounding like "slob"! Do you really think the bullies won't pick-up on that too? Oh, and he'll be "Drag Slave" too! Believe it!
-- leananshae  12/10/2007
1st: Dragoslav is a beautiful name
2nd: It works very well in countries of origin
3rd: Do you really have to leave bad comments on every Drag- name? You know, it's not interesting
4th: It's pronounced drah-gaw-slahv, not Drag Slave!
-- enchy  8/7/2009
Can be pronounced DRAY-go-SLAF or DRAH-go-SLAF.
-- Anonymous User  11/13/2011
Very... foreign. Its 'meh'
Not too keen on the 'Drag' which reminds me of 'Drag queen' males dressing up as females. That's not very masculine in my book /:

You name a child this is an English speaking country and watch out for MAJOR teasing potentials. Not just because of the Drag part.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2014
Dragoslav Šekularac is a Serbian former football player and coach. Nicknamed Šeki, he was quick and crafty with the ball, displaying creative skills that turned a lot of heads. Possessing supreme self-confidence along with impeccable technical ability, he was one of the biggest showmen and crowd draws in the history of Yugoslav football. His enormous popularity throughout FPR Yugoslavia during the early 1960s transcended sports as he easily became one of the most recognizable individuals in the country. As a coach, he led several clubs in Canada, Colombia, Australia, Serbia, Mexico, and Spain, and the Guatemala national team in the 1986 World Cup qualification.
-- cutenose  1/21/2017

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