Elon Musk, Grimes slightly adjusted the baby’s name
Elon Musk and Grimes adjusted the unusual names of babies-but not by much. According to “USA Today” reports, Tesla CEO Musk and singer Grimes decided to abide by California’s health regulations and the state constitution, which states that only 26 English alphabets can be used.
On Instagram on Sunday, Grimes told her followers that the couple changed their son’s name slightly from “XÆA-12” to “XÆA-Xii”. “Roman numerals,” Grimes said. “It looks better tbh … Allows dashes.”
According to the “People’s Daily” report, Musk shared a photo of his newborn son on May 5 the day after Grimes was born. After the couple announced the boy’s name, California officials said that the unusual name was not allowed.
Matt Conens of the Public Affairs Office of the California Department of Public Health wrote in an email to “USA Today”: “Names like ‘XÆA-12’ are not allowed.” English 26 alphabetic characters and appropriate punctuation (such as hyphens, apostrophes, periods and commas) to complete. “
These rules have been clarified in the department manual.
So, what does the baby’s name mean?
CNN reported that Grimes’ real name is Claire Elise Boucher, and he said “X” stands for “unknown variable”. “Æ” is the spelling of AI’s elves, or abbreviation of artificial intelligence, and is the word “love” in many languages including Japanese.
No weapons, no defense, only speed. Fighting power is strong, but not violent,” Grimes said. According to CNN, the “A” in the name also stands for “Archangel”, which is Grimes’ favorite song.