After nearly 30 years of being a Taylor Swift fan, I thought I would finally get my favorite superstar’s opinions on the Swedish names for boys. The Taylor Swift effect has been strong amongst all the other fans and in fact she was one of the last to actually answer my question. Sweden is known for having an open society and you will likely find people of all races and backgrounds there, so it was a no-brainer from there.
My name is Taylor and I prefer “Hilary” as a boy name. For me, it has a classic sound about the way it’s spelled and it stands for honesty, honesty, honesty. I consider it the epitome of true self-reliance and a little bit of hope. In Sweden, it is just “Hilary”, which makes it even more unique and different.
She has a point. There’s a fine line between arrogance and fearlessness. Some people love this name because it fits their worldview while others find the spelling “Hilary” to be jarring. What’s most important is making sure you get the one that suits you.
I am more of a Taylor Swift fan. I like it like I do most of the other names, but it was good to see Taylor’s opinion. She had a very honest moment and answered almost all my questions and thoughts on what a good boy name should be. I love this, I love how I feel.
Swedish names have always been a divisive topic for this site. I was actually torn between some of the more common boy name possibilities and just having a Taylor Swift one, but ended up with one of my own. I love the sound of her name and its in the same language as mine. I had never thought her to have a better than average talent by a long shot and will be giving her a chance to prove it this year on America’s Got Talent.
We begin with a quick review of just how beautiful the Swedish country of Sweden actually is in terms of nature, its culture, the beauty of its landscapes, the beauty of its lakes, the beauty of its landscapes, and much more! We will discuss the Swedish cultural and landscape beauty, the Swedish rural lifestyle, a little bit of Sweden lifestyle, the Swedish Swedish culture, the Swedish lifestyle of eating food, and many more important things to Sweden in general.