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Personally, I love the name Loki. I think it is just a great name, and it is one I will be using myself when I have children in the future. Despite it's negative meaning, I still like it. To those who constantly remind others how "horrible" the meaning is... Oh well!
-- PhoenixPhire  1/20/2005
Will be using this name for my first born son (the sooner, the better).
-- skylowlo  2/17/2005
Loki is not evil, although he is a trickster and his actions lead to serious consequences for anyone who gets in his way. But there is no real animosity between Loki and the other gods. Loki is, in a sense, chaos. He is the Murphy's Law of Norse mythology. He is neither good nor evil, he simply is. And he does what he is fated to do, since not even the gods of Norse mythology have free will.
-- katie147  4/15/2005
The Swedish form is Loke (LOO-kay).
-- Ylva  6/26/2005
I think Loki is such a lovely name, and it is interesting because it is from mythology. I mean, it has a much more interesting heritage then some boring name such as "Amy" or "Tom". I find (Norse, especially) mythology amazing, so I think this would be such a nice name for a child. I do not find the meaning negative but merely interesting and I think it is a name which is unique and fascinating and would stand out anywhere.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2005
I actually named one of my cats Loki. I wanted something unusual and the explanation of the name was more or less "troublemaker" so that pretty much summed him up.
-- Marcella  11/29/2005
Actually, my neighbors across the street did the same thing. They named thier other cat "Thor," too. Either way, I think it's an okay name for a person, except that now whenever I hear the name, it makes me think of a cat. XD
-- Anonymous User  2/7/2007
In Swedish he is Loke.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
Loki is an awsome name!
-- MusicRat  12/20/2005
People, please think of how much the children in school (at least in America) would tease your son if you named him this.
-- websurfer  5/28/2006
Loki has four known children:
-Fenrir
-Hel
-Midgard
-Sleipnir.
-- RinForever  5/30/2006
It's the name of a evil PAGAN deity! It should not be used for a person. Yes, he was a trixter, but he was also portaited as evil sometimes, ask an anthropologist.
-- Raphaelus  8/7/2006
Many people say that he was evil and a trickster and although this may be true he was also depicted as a friend of man in the 18th century ballad named Loka Táttur. I think this name is lovely.
-- downinalbion  9/30/2006
I know several guys named Loki, but I actually like this name for a girl.
-- Larissa_Evans  11/20/2006
Loki was the name of an angel played by Matt Damon in the movie Dogma. His character was trying to get back into heaven, and prove God wrong, which would eventually lead to the destruction of the entire universe.
-- indiana ann  12/27/2006
In my opinion, Loki is more of a cat's name than a human's.
-- 7up  1/26/2007
I really like the name Loki. I don't worry very much about it because where I live, people are pretty much stupid when it comes to ancient religions/mythologies. I'll use the name if I have a son.
-- violetagate  3/18/2007
Loki was an interesting character. He was Odin's second-cousin. I don't think that he was evil, really, just mischevous and impulsive. I like the name.
-- Anonymous User  4/20/2007
Loki was a giant, not a god.
-- eliorafalk  9/19/2007
He was half-giant half-god.
-- Mia_Rights  5/11/2008
Loki is the alias of antagonist Oliver Moore in the 'Fearless' series by Francine Pascal.
-- YourAchillesHeel  11/30/2009
The ending of this name seems somewhat harsh and abrupt to me.
-- Athena Nike  4/2/2010
In Norwegian (and Danish), too, it is spelled Loke (the e being pronounced the same way as in 'red'). Ironically, it seems that Loki is actually the old Norse way of spelling it, though the three original Norse countries have all moved away from it.
-- tlgrande  1/25/2011
Unfortunately Loki is the Maltese word for "toilet".
-- Anonymous User  1/25/2013
Name of the Day: April 1, 2013.
-- dwayne1996  4/1/2013
I personally love this name as a name, but since Thor and The Avengers I think it would be unwise to use this for a child, especially if it would be an unusual name to being with where you live. People love Loki (but maybe it's just because of Tom Hiddleston), sure, but people would probably assume you named your child after the character. Which is fine if you want to do that, but to me it seems a little too... pop culture-y? At the moment.
-- Anonymous User  3/26/2014

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