This name is completely unrelated to Nazism, but as someone whose family was affected by the Holocaust (I'm not Jewish (Christian, Catholic specifically), and my family wasn't, but I don't want to talk about it because it gets me really mad.) I don't think I'd use it. Maybe it's a great name in other cultures, but not mine. In Poland we still remember the Holocaust. Auschwitz is in Poland, a camp where a million lives were murdered. In my home country there were millions of people being murdered and there was nothing people could do except hide Jews, and there was a big risk factor with that. You hide them and they're found, you get sent to a Concentration Camp or die. Auschwitz and other Concentration Camps are right in Poland for everyone to see. This is a good thing to remind everyone about the horrors of the Holocaust, so hopefully nothing like this ever happens again. My family in Romania was also affected, but I don't want to talk about it either. I believe the Holocaust had a big affect on everyone in Europe. Not a good name in Polish, Romanian, German, and English speaking countries.
Anders1234  11/11/2020
Nazia Tabassum Nazir (born 9 January 1978) is a female cricketer from Gujranwala. She formerly represented the Pakistan women's cricket team in Test cricket and One Day International matches.
Chokherbalyy  6/4/2020
Nazia Ejaz is a Pakistani Australian artist and a daughter of Ejaz Durrani and Pakistani singer Noor Jehan. After living in Australia for 14 years, she is now based in Karachi. She received her Graduate Diploma in Indian Art and its history at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 1996. She has a double Masters in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art, and University of South Australia.
Chokherbalyy  6/4/2020
Nazia Iqbal (Pashto: نازيه اقبال‎) is a Pashtun singer from Pakistan. She was affiliated with Peshawar Zalmi Cricket Team as an Ambassador. She performs across the globe especially in UAE, UK and other parts of the world. She also sings in Urdu, Persian, and Arabic.
Chokherbalyy  6/4/2020
Absolutely anti-semitic. Never give a kid that name, people will only think it is derived from the name of the psycho-treacherous government responsible for claiming over 6 million lives.
RHAWK3935  2/5/2020
This name is completely unrelated to Nazism and is in no way anti-Semitic. There's nothing wrong with an Urdu or Bengali speaker giving their child a culturally-appropriate name, and there's really no point of trying to establish a connection like that. You're just making yourself look foolish.
― Anonymous User  2/9/2020
I was afraid that the first four letters of this name would be inappropriate to anyone worldwide. That’s all. But forgive me if this isn’t true.
RHAWK3935  2/11/2020

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