Buzz·Posted on Feb 24, 2015Here's What These "Ghetto" Baby Names Actually MeanBecause "intelligent, logical" is the most ghetto thing ever, amirite?by Sheridan WatsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink OK, let's first set the tone. View this post on 1. Aaliyah nameberry.com Fun fact: R&B superstar Aaliyah signed her record contract at age 12. 2. Aisha nameberry.com Fun fact: Comedian, actress, and talk show host Aisha Tyler has over 50 credits to her name. 3. Akilah nameberry.com Fun Fact: In 2006, KeKe Palmer, Laurence Fishburne, and Angela Bassett starred in Akeelah and the Bee, a film about a young girl being coached for the National Spelling Bee. 4. Amani nameberry.com Fun Fact: Former football player Amani Toomer played with the New York Giants for 13 seasons, including their 2007 Super Bowl title. 5. Amir nameberry.com Fun Fact: In 2004, boxer Amir Khan became the youngest Brit to win a medal at the Olympic games. He was 17 when he won silver. 6. Antoine nameberry.com Fun Fact: The classic book Le Petit Prince was written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. 7. Ciara nameberry.com Fun Fact: Singer Ciara's (who pronounces her name like Sierra) 2004 debut album, Goodies, hit triple platinum. 8. Fatima nameberry.com Fun Fact: Fatima Whitbread won silver at the 1988 Olympics for javelin. 9. Jada nameberry.com Fun Fact: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith has appeared in over 35 projects. 10. Jamal nameberry.com Fun Fact: Bangladeshi scientist Jamal Islam graduated from Cambridge. 11. Jerome nameberry.com Fun Fact: There's a saint named Jerome. He translated the Old Testament into Latin from Hebrew. 12. Kareem nameberry.com Fun Fact: Basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has six NBA titles to his name and is the all-time leading scorer. 13. Malik nameberry.com Fun Fact: Singer Zayn Malik was actually eliminated from The X Factor before being brought back for the group competition. The group he joined? One Direction. 14. Mercedes nameberry.com Fun Fact: Actress Mercedes Ruehl won an Oscar for The Fisher King in 1991. 15. Omar nameberry.com Fun Fact: Egyptian actor Omar Sharif appeared in many classic Hollywood films such as Lawrence of Arabia, Funny Girl, and The Mirror Has Two Faces. 16. Rashad nameberry.com Fun Fact: DJ Rashad, who passed away in 2014, is known as one of the godfathers of the footwork music movement and released five albums in his lifetime. 17. Rashida nameberry.com Fun Fact: Actress Rashida Jones is the daughter of Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton and graduated from Harvard. 18. Tariq nameberry.com Fun Fact: Rugby player Tariq Sims represented Fiji at the World Cup in 2013. 19. Tiana nameberry.com Fun Fact: German opera singer Tiana Lemnitz could perform German, Italian, French, and Russian operas. 20. Tyrone nameberry.com Fun Fact: Famed actor, comedian, and pundit Stephen Colbert's middle name is Tyrone.