If Kylie Jenner’s son, Aire, ever visits the Middle East, he might get some strange looks from people due to his name.
Fans took to social media just moments after the Kylie Cosmetics founder finally revealed her 11-month-name old’s on Saturday, pointing out that it means “penis” in Arabic.
“His name doesn’t translate well,” one TikToker wrote, while a Twitter user noted that Aire is a “common” slang word for “my penis.”
“God help her if she comes to the Middle East,” another person wrote, while one more chimed in, “all my Lebanese people [are] wheezing right now.”
According to Urban Dictionary, Ayre, another spelling of the unusual name, only translates to “penis” in certain circumstances, leaving some users perplexed.
“Y’all I don’t get it & im middle eastern,” one person wrote on TikTok.
“what does aire mean in arabic I’m arab but never heard that word,” another asked.
Jenner, 25, revealed her second child’s name via Instagram while sharing the first photos of his face.
“I love you Aire Webster ,” his grandmother Kris Jenner wrote, while aunt Khloé Kardashian called her nephew a “young king.”
The “Kardashian” star and her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Travis Scott, welcomed a son in February 2022.
She initially revealed that they had named him Wolf, but by the following month, the couple had decided to change the moniker.
“We just haven’t fully legally changed it or anything, so I don’t want to announce a new name and change it again,” she told “Extra” in April 2022.
A few months later, the reality star hinted at her son’s updated name during an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
“His name is still Wolf, his passport is Wolf, but that isn’t gonna be his name,” she said in September. “We’re just waiting and simmering.”
Kylie Jenner and Scott, who began dating in 2017, have a 4-year-old daughter named Stormi.
“We’re like best friends,” the makeup mogul told Harper’s Bazaar in February 2020 about her “great” co-parenting relationship with the “Sicko Mode” rapper.
“We stay connected and coordinated,” she added.