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I think Portia looks classy (the Shakespearian association) but not Porsche. Porsche just makes me think of a car.
-- Ylva  8/26/2006
This is not a name. This is a car.
-- Annabeau  2/15/2007
I love the name Portia, but I hate this spelling. Porsche is a car, not a child.
-- Anonymous User  4/1/2007
Please tell me that nobody is actually called this!
-- Pie  10/17/2007
Car names are always used by people who could never afford them anyway. It's very tacky. So, I wouldn't say that the kid was clearly named after the place she was conceived in, as there's no way such people had a Porsche, or got a ride in one.
-- slight night shiver  5/2/2008
I hate this name. Why do people name their daughters after cars? What's next, Honda or Toyota?
-- bananarama  9/21/2008
This is a car, not a name.
-- number1212  12/18/2008
This is as bad as naming your kid Lexus. Honestly, just use Portia.
-- erb816  4/16/2009
Porsche is really a bad name for a girl. I first thought it would be a name for a boy. Anyway I think every German would laugh about this name because in Germany Porsche is a family name (and yes, of course, the name of a luxurious car).
-- francesca_milano  6/2/2009
... and her sisters, Ferrari, Mercedes, Acura, Lexus, and Britney-Marie-Wilhelmina (BMW)
-- gaelruadh19  7/28/2010
PORSCHA is an alternate spelling.
-- Anonymous User  10/3/2010
No one who could afford a Porsche would name their daughter "Porsche."
-- kazoopilot  6/7/2011

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