New Zealand officials released a list of baby names that were rejected on Wednesday, Times Live reported.
The New Zealand Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages released the list of names banned because they were considered bizarre or offensive, which included children named "Anal", "." or full stop, "4Real", "V8", and "Queen Victoria" among the 77 names listed, Times Live reported.
Six sets of parents tried to legally name their child "Lucifer" in the past 12 years, CNN reported.
"Justice" was the most popular names, having been rejected 62 times, Times Live reported.
As a rule, the agency does not allow names resembling an official title or rank, so children can not be legally named "King" or "Princess", The New York Daily News reported.
In 2008, New Zealand's family court ordered a 9-year-old girl named "Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii" to change her name, The New York Daily News reported.