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I like the name Paris for a girl - Paris Hilton, and Micheal Jackson's daughter is also named Paris. I do not like it for a boy's name - Paris's boyfriend right now, and I think that there is an actor with a son named Paris. I don't think it sounds right on a boy/man.
-- Anonymous User  6/7/2005
Paris Hilton is the heir to the Hilton hotel fortune, a model, and has done some acting. She starred in The Simple Life with Nicole Richie and in the film House of Wax. She also has her own line of jewellery and perfume.
-- skywalker  7/3/2005
Correction: a man in Greek Mythology was called Paris. I do not like this name and I don't like Paris Hilton. And no offense, but so far I've seen girls with this name and they are spoiled brats.
-- Anonymous User  8/26/2005
You can also pronounce it Par-ees.
-- Tbird  8/27/2005
I don't like this name for either gender. It was originally masculine, despite the fact of its recent popularity outbreak in females. To me, Paris should be the name of just the city and the character in Greek mythology, not the name of males, and especially not females.
-- AndrewJKD  11/24/2005
I think this is a nice name for both boys and girls, although the recent surge of girls with this name may make it awkaward to name your son this. But, I must admit, Paris Hilton has quite spoilt the name for me. I can't stand the mention or sight of her.
-- beautyofwords9  3/6/2006
Paris is Bucky Lasik's eldest daughter's name.
-- Anonymous User  3/6/2006
I really like this name, I even liked it before Paris Hilton entered the spotlight and I kind of hate her for ruining this name for me - at least a bit.
-- mcqueen  7/8/2006
I used to completely consider using this name. Paris Hilton completely ruined that idea, just like she completely ruins everything else.
-- trayc53  7/17/2006
EW! I seriously think Paris Hilton RUINED this name forever!
-- xKatiex  10/29/2006
I see Paris as a gender-neutral name, seeing how Paris was the son of King Priam of Troy and there are more than a few men with this name. The name has grown on me, although it is not a particular favorite of mine. And especially not since Paris Hilton, famous for being an heiress with outrageous antics, came into the picture.
-- gaelruadh19  1/1/2007
This is my favorite girls name. I am planning to name my daughter this in the future. Really pretty despite the Hilton association.
-- Jassie  5/7/2007
When I was 7 years old I had a friend name Paris and I used to really like it but now with the whole Paris Hilton think I don't really like this name anymore.
-- michi_vane  5/8/2007
My French teacher told me that a Parisii was not a tribe, but actually a type of boat made from a hollowed out log which the early tribes of people used around the area that became Paris. The city was later named for that type of boat when the Romans invaded.
-- skatergirl2  5/29/2007
Personally, I think Paris Hilton ruined this name!
-- skylar_22  6/15/2007
Paris means 'bets' in French.
-- Anonymous User  6/25/2007
Just because of a silly trendsetter Paris Hilton doesn't mean the name is ruined forever. I consider it a snotty girls name but, it's still a good name.
-- 80226_hottie  8/9/2007
Paris is a boys name. I'm alwys slightly irked when people name girls Paris.
-- VictoriaCalledTori  8/10/2007
Paris Jackson, Michael Jackson's daughter, bears this name.
-- Anonymous User  8/12/2007
This was one of my middle names, and though named after my grandmother's maiden name, I always really disliked it, even before I even knew of Paris Hilton, which made me even more ashamed of the name. It is one of those names given by moronic people who want to give their child an elegant "sophisticated" name.
-- Anonymous User  11/4/2007
Please, please, no. Please do not name your kid after a talentless, jailed, rehab-bound, bottle-blonde heiress. It would be more horrible than naming her after Brit or Lindsay, considering this is a far more unique name.
-- jolidanstitre  12/29/2007
I love this name it's pretty, I'd use it on a girl. I like seeing it on boys as well. To the poster saying "don't name your kid after a talentless so and so forth" just because one uses the name Paris DOES NOT mean it's after Paris Hilton.
-- tigerlilly  2/7/2008
A sad fact of life- who will people think of when they hear the name of your son/daughter? Bingo. Wait till the heiress is dead. It's a very pretty name, though.
-- jolidanstitre  2/14/2008
This name always sounded feminine to me, even before Paris Hilton. I feel sorry for any boy with this name.
-- jasmineenimsaj  3/25/2008
Awful, trashy cheap and vulgar.
-- Anonymous User  4/12/2008
If you think it's a pretty name, go ahead and use it! I'm not generally a big fan of place names, but this one doesn't sound quite as tacky as Dakota, Montana, Dallas, and other atrocious names that sound so unsophisticated and trashy. At least Paris is almost normal by now, and Paris is a beautiful and sophisticated city. I wouldn't use the name myself, but hey, as long as you don't live in France or even Europe, it can't be that bad. I don't get the hatefest towards Paris Hilton anyway. She won't be talked about nearly this much when she's middle-aged. She may be spoiled and ditzy, but she's HARMLESS.
-- slight night shiver  5/2/2008
I wouldn't recommend this name. Paris Hilton ruined it for everyone.
-- bananarama  8/4/2008
If you name your daughter Paris after the French capital please note that the name of the city is not pronounced "PER-is" in French. They pronounce it "puh-REE". It reminds me of the name Brittany which is a region in France only that the French call it Bretagne. So naming your daughter Paris after the city and then pronouncing it the English way just seems kind of weird.

I like the name Paris on a boy, though. I'd pronounce it PAR-is rather than PER-is.
-- Lily8  8/9/2008
Paris Hilton ruined this name completely. Sorry to anyone who likes her (if there is anyone) but it's true.
-- kool_babe14  5/8/2009
Please NEVER name your child this! It is sort of ugly and it just looks like you want your child to be the next Paris Hilton. My impression of the name Paris, for a person who ISN'T PARIS HILTON is a fat redneck. Sorry.
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2009
Paris Jackson has completely redeemed the name in my eyes. Funny how certain bearers can do that. I like it a lot.
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2009
I love this name and have done since Michael Jackson named his daughter this when I was 8. I'm definitely going to name my daughter this one day.
-- Disney2009  8/12/2009
Paris is a very pretty name and very feminine but feminine only! Paris Jackson gave me a whole new view on this name and rescued it from its totally ruined tag - I thank her for saving this lovely name!
-- starz26  1/24/2010
I think it would work as a middle name, say Keelin Paris, and pronounced the French way pair-EE.
-- mariej2  3/13/2010
I like this name, one of my faves. I think it's upperclass since "Paris Hilton" has it. Very unique and not that common, however, in Greek Paris is a short form of the male name "Paraskevas" and is very common.
-- Anonymous User  5/16/2010
I used to like this name, but then I heard of Paris Hilton. Enough said.
-- Anonymous User  7/9/2010
I don't like this name at all, it may have been okay but whenever I think of it on a person I automatically think of Paris Hilton (Sorry if you like her) who is crazy famous for spending her daddy's money and making a sex tape. She has no talent what so ever!. She has completely ruined this name!
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2011
I don't like this name all that much, but I love the city Paris, France. Isn't that why most people name their daughters Paris is because they love the city, or gave birth there? I think so. As far as Paris Hilton and her reputation, well, everyone has demons. It all depends on how much you like the name.
-- Anonymous User  2/7/2012
Never liked this name, even before I heard of the Hilton woman.
-- EstherTester  1/20/2013

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