Black baby names are all about being unique, inventive, & memorable...
Many other cultures have begun to adopt those same sensibilities when selecting their baby names as well.
Firefly (House of 1000 Corpses), Robert Henkel (Sorority House Massacre), Vance Kingsley (The Toolbox Murders), Frank Booth (Blue Velvet), Charles Edmund Reese (Rampage), Leonard Marliston (Cherry Falls), Marty Rantzen (Slaughter High), Harry Powell (The Night of the Hunter), Axel Palmer (My Bloody Valentine), Max Cady (Cape Fear), Windom Earle (from Twin Peaks), The Reaper (from Jeepers Creepers), The Tall Man (from Phantasm), The Driller Killer (from Slumber Party Massacre II), The Night Slasher (from Cobra), The Trasher (from Dark Asylum), Solomon Grundy (from nursery rhymes), Doctor Fell (from nursery rhymes), Cornelius Stirk (from Batman comics), Billy Kincaid (from Spawn comics), Count Orlok, Penny Dreadful, Septimus Heap, Claude Frollo, Ahab, Nero Wolfe, Lazarus Long, Ichabod Crane, Nick Shadow, Hans Gruber.
Elvira, Drusilla, Cruella, Griselda, Morticia, Antoinette, Crimson, Scarlet, Raven, Shadow, Mercy, Tempest, Mordred, Desdemona, Winifred, Althea, Temperance, Lucinda, Henrietta, Lenore, Coraline, Belladonna (a poisonous plant), Hecate (a witch from Shakespeare’s Mac Beth), Zelda.
African American naming traditions have influenced cultures from around the country.
Perhaps you're a trucker looking for a cool handle or alias to use on your CB, or just a regular Joe looking for an assumed name to use in some online group.
No matter what your motivation may be, everyone can see the appeal of using a tough nickname for intimidation, and all you have to do to find them is look to the street.
Brainstorming ideas:female focusempoweringstrongpowerfulinvitingnon-intimidatingfast, quick, efficient Even better, I'd love for the name of the boot camp to translate into a 'nickname' for my members.
Looking for a good gangsta nickname or moniker to make you sound just a little bit tougher?