The concept of banned baby names may seem odd to residents of the USA—after all, our government allows everything from the bizarre (Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily) to the downright offensive (Adolf Hitler). (To be fair, little Adolf Hitler Campbell's parents did run into trouble with Child Protective Services when they complained about a supermarket's unwillingness to write his name on a birthday cake.) Nevertheless, for the most part, American parents have free rein. Elsewhere, this isn't always the case. Here are 11 countries which censor baby names, along with the names that were nixed.