Ancient Sanskrit name Amuk (Sanskrit अमुक) is used to refer a thing or person without telling their name.
Reference of Amuk is found in Yagyavalakya (याज्ञवल्क्य) where it refers to sentence like such a person or thing. Amuk is used for a thing or person referred to without name.
Amuk is not used by any people in the USA as the name of their babies. Amuk is also not a much popular name in India.
Amuk is Sanskrit, rear name. It sounds ok, but meaning is not good as name of the baby.
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