But if you lose, you'll have to think of a different name.
There are also laws in place to protect rare Danish last names. Parents can technically choose the given name, but numbers and non-Chinese symbols and characters are not allowed.
Also, now, Chinese characters that can not be represented on the computer are not allowed.
Whether or not your chosen name will be accepted is up to the office of vital statistics, the Standesamt, in the area in which the child was born.
If the office rejects your proposed baby name, you may appeal the decision.
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