A toddler now has Malaysia’s longest name – and writing it will probably make your hand ache

If you’ve always dreaded writing your full name on exam papers, be thankful.

A one-year-old toddler will probably grow up to have a tougher time than you ever did.

The reason? Her name is a whopping 12 words long.

Princess Aura Nurr Ermily Amara Auliya Bidadari Nawal El Zendra Mohd Sufian, was born just last year, and is now the owner of Malaysia’s longest name.

Online news site New Straits Times reported that this was revealed by National Registration Department director-general Datuk Mohammad Razin Abdullah on Thursday (Oct 4).

Speaking at an event held by the department, Razin revealed that Deputy Home Minister Mohd Azis Jamman has a truly one-of-a-kind name, as he the only one in Malaysia with that name.

According to the department’s records, Ismail was the most popular boy name in 2017, with 72,157 registrations, while the most popular girl name was Fatimah, with 74,605 registrations.

Prior to Princess Aura, Malaysia’s longest name was previously Nur Fathaniah Tariyah Karimah Farwizah Zahabiyah Syahirah Binti Airol Anizam, registered in 2004, The Star reported.