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Ugly looking, and associated with Game of Thrones.
I’m sad because I really like this name, but the whole Game of Thrones thing makes it seem like a bad name. I really wish it wasn’t connected to Game of Thrones.
There is a meme that goes like this:

Naming your child after a fictional character

"Hey there Khaleesi, how was school?"
"I hate you with every ounce of being"

Naming your child after x
"I'm so proud of you, x".
Silly.
This didn't age well, did it? :O.
This is the title of the character, not her actual given name. Her given name is Daenerys.

Daenerys is perfectly fine but Khaleesi really makes you look like someone who watched the show but didn't really pay attention and never read the books which you should have before giving the name/title of a character to a child.
Pleeeeeeeeease tell me that I'm not the only one who likes the name Khaleesi!
Very cool name. FrancescaBennett, you are not alone.
This name sounds more like a breed of butterfly from Madagascar than a name you would actually give to a child.
I get why people like this name, but I think you should go for something that means queen or ruler instead of this. For example,
Regina
Rhiannon
Juno
Dione.
The final episode of "Game of Thrones" was recently aired, meaning that the series came to an end. You might want to amend the description of this entry to reflect this, i.e. "Game of Thrones" (2011-2019). Also, English is not my native tongue, but I think you might have meant 'adaptation' instead of 'adaption'. [noted -ed]
I think people - even despite the storyline of the character, - like the sound of the name, and interpret its meaning as 'Queen'. People make up names all the time, and many people love the intricacies of the books.
Ultimately, Khal makes me think of Khan, a warlord of the Mongol Empire and so it may have more history than we think.
I wouldn't blame anyone who did name their child Khaleesi.
In 2018 were born 560 Khaleesi in U.S.
It's fine to be a fan of the show and book series, but this is such a selfish name to give a child. It has a very specific connotation and she may not even enjoy the stories her name was based on. She'll feel like she has no roots.
This name is so ridiculous. It’s not even a name, it’s just a title from a crappy TV show.
It's interesting that Game of Thrones has been so popular that a title is used as a name.

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