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I have come to this sight looking for a new name for myself. I have always hated my name. I like my middle name, but I do not think I really want to go by it. So I am looking for a new name. Also, I sometimes use this website to took for names for characters in my stories.

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My Recent Blog Comments
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August 27, 2014 09:55 AM
In Response to Middle names

If course it's not always that way. But it's that way more often than not, so it still seems strange to me. Just my opinion.

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August 26, 2014 09:52 PM
In Response to Middle names

I've only ever heard of male Indigos, and because it ends in O, that linguistically makes sense to me. I can't even imagine it being a girl's name. I like Naya Azure, Naya Blue, Naya Kyaneia/Cyaneia, or Naya Mazarine.

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May 9, 2014 04:15 PM
In Response to Freya's Popularity

I've actually had the name set aside for my daugter if I ever have one for about a year and a half now.

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May 9, 2014 09:20 AM

In Japanese, there isn't middle names. I don't know if there's even a place on Japanese birth certificates for a middle name. Your kid should have a middle name, yes, because it's part of you and your girlfriend's culture. But it's a part of your culture that isn't going to flip over to Japanese very easily. I'd say use the name that you love, but that is hardest to do in Japanese, as the middle name.

 

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January 23, 2014 05:18 PM
In Response to African Surnames

Sorry if I wasn't clear - I meant that, failing to find anything Sara, from another culture that lives in today what-was-then-part-of-the-Sao-civilisation

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January 14, 2014 03:18 PM
In Response to A?

I always thought the name was Azerbaijani, Ukrainian, and Russian.

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January 14, 2014 03:16 PM
In Response to African Surnames

As I said, Sara. I've looked for Sara surnames online, but found nothing.

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January 14, 2014 08:35 AM
In Response to Ideas

I'm not Greek or Italian at all. And the surname that I'd use with it is English and Scottish.

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January 13, 2014 09:40 AM

Starting when I was maybe 8, and going to when I was maybe 10, my friends and I had a amazingly complex world of craft-creatures. Some of their names:

-Mintea (MIN-tee, like Minty. I realized people say "mint tea" like "minty" and I thought my spelling was so clever...)

-Xisa (KEY-sa. I think I got it from the movie The Gods Must Be Crazy 2.)

-Anara (Uh-nar-uh. I just loved that it was over half A's, and that every other letter was A. Anara was also the name of a prominent religious figure in her culture.)

Then I had twins Hope and Faith. Those were the names of twins at my school, a few years younger and I thought their names were just BRILLIANT, twiny names that didn't sound "matchy" (rhyming). Oh young me...

And there was Sean (pronounced SEEN, as I believed the name to be pronounced).

And there was a family of Turks with Turkish names (according to a odd name book of my friend's). Thinking back, that might have been the beginning of my obsession with foreign names.

 

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January 13, 2014 09:31 AM
In Response to Ideas

I'm sorry to hear of your troubles with your name, but it is a little nice to know I'm not alone in this :)

I like Zara. Maybe a bit too close to Sara, but I'll surely consider it.

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January 12, 2014 09:30 PM
In Response to Adelyn?

I always thought of Adelyn as "Madeline without the M", but I looked it up, and saw that it's skyrocketed in the last 4 years. This puts the name about 10 years before of me. So if I adopted Adelyn as a new name, could it work? Or am I too old for this name?

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January 12, 2014 07:30 PM
In Response to Ideas

"Regina" is Latin for "Queen" and many of the Romance languages have some name like that. Spanish has Reina, French has Reine.

These are lovely names with great meaning, and I am looking into them. The name Rain isn't made up, however, and does have history of its own.

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January 12, 2014 12:58 PM
In Response to Vivian vs. Vivienne

Viviana is easly my favourite.

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January 12, 2014 12:56 PM

Less than a year ago (age 14 at the time), I was positive that if I ever had a chance to name a kid, it's be Freya Isabella or Robert Caspian. But in maybe 6 months, I'm not so sure anymore. At the time, I think it was the matching end sound of Freya Isabella that appealed to me. But now it sort of makes me cringe.

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Less than a year ago, I was positive that if I ever had a chance to name a kid, it's be Freya Isabella or Robert Caspian. But in maybe 6 months, I'm not so sure anymore. At the time, I think it was the matching end sound of Freya Isabella that appealed to me. But now it sort of makes me cringe.

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January 12, 2014 12:46 PM

I thought Sean was SEEN too. I have a story from when I was maybe 8 or 9 with a SEEN in it. When I found out it was Shawn, I thought that Sean was the dumbest thing ever. Then I learned about Gaelic and now I love Gaelic names. :P

I can't remember quite how I said Persephone but it was very odd.

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January 1, 2014 11:35 AM

Usually like names like Theodora, Imogen, Meliora, Zéphyrine; Kira is a favorite of mine, and I like Anja and Anya quite a bit. Emmeline is beautiful, but easily shorted to the too-common Emma (I love the name Emma, but much to common for me to be one). Same think with Livia (too close to Oliva, but a really great name). And I like Esmée, Zara, Zoe, and Maisie — I don't think I'd use them, but I do very much like the names.

Since I'm looking for a name for me, not for a baby, I guess I just think it's really important to find a name that fits... if I had it from birth I'd grown into it, but I don't.

 

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January 1, 2014 10:51 AM

I like Ysella a lot....

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December 30, 2013 08:30 AM

How would you pronoce Ysella? And do you mean Aislyn like the Irish Aisling (ASH-ling), or English Ashley (ASH-lee) or something else? I like Reine too.

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December 29, 2013 08:10 AM

I'm a bit biased as my best friend who I've known since I was practically a toddler has 2 middle name, but I love double-middle-names.