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May 22, 2012 05:07 PM
In Response to Name Change

I don’t really see the reason for having name law, well; it’s understandable in some situations. For example when I was reading about the name law I found something about a person getting the name “Værsågod” (lit. be so kind. It’s the same as saying, “here you go,” in a formal manner). And if there is 200 or fewer who has the name I want, I have to ask them if I can take that name, since it is “protected”. Oh, boy…

First, Athena is too similar to my current name, Lena, so that won’t work. But I find Theodora on the other hand really cute. I have always loved Theodore or Theon for a boy, but I have never heard a feminine version of it before. Anyways, what I meant about the “th” ending was just that I don’t think I suite “dith” endings, or Ruth. It just isn’t me.

It’s funny to hear you liked it! I’m very, what should I call it; ambivalent? That’s what my mother calls me at least. Anyway, I already know my mother won’t approve to Temperance (which is my absolute favorite), but Antonia may work. If I find a middle name that can push it up and prove what a beautiful and unique name it is.


Hm, Let me see… I am blank, really. This is frustrating. Don’t you too think that I’m too young to be so into names?



You have helped a lot! Thanks!

May 22, 2012 02:47 PM
In Response to Name Change

I don’t want to take someone else’s name or something similar just because they’re dancers, since I want to make my name famous (though it’s not realistic that I can make my name more famous than Isadora Duncan).

Thanks for your help anyway!

May 22, 2012 02:44 PM
In Response to Name Change

Honestly, I really think both, Phoenix and Nova, are pretty names, but I don’t think either my mother of the name law will agree to them. Maybe Nova, but it has the same pronunciation as my little brother’s name, I am afraid. But they really are my taste, it’s not that.

Speaking of the other names, I really liked the pronunciation for Leonie – so pure.  Amelia, Grace, Josephine, Cecile and Camille are already in use by friends and family.

Talking about names I like on other are many, like: Eleanor/Ellinor, Isobel, Indiana, Roxanne, Marilyn, Antonia, Jocelyn, Mai, Temperance, Florence, Kaylin, and Maori. That’s everyone I can think of right now.

I don’t know where I wrote that about the “th” sound. I mean, if there are any suitable names with “th” sound, I would love to have one.


Thank you for helping me!