Catholicism views infant baptism as the norm; a child born to a Catholic parent or parents is ordinarily to be baptized soon after birth:
Parents are obliged to take care that infants are baptized in the first few weeks [sc. after birth].
(Code of Canon Law, Canon 867, section 1)
This baptism is also colloquially and historically known as christening and had much to do with the naming of the child. Even now, the Liturgy of Baptism begins with the question, "What name do you give [or What name have you given] your child?"
The current canon law specifies that
parents, sponsors, and the pastor are to take care that a name foreign to Christian sensibility is not given
so that, for example, a pastor will not baptize a child named "Satan", or a swear word, or something like that.
Is there a Protestant denomination which accepts infant baptism and has any such custom of requiring a "Christian" name (or at least, not a "decidedly un-Christian name") before baptizing a child? (A "No", with any sort of reasonable idea why, or a "Yes", with any single example, will suffice.)