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11-06-04, 05:03 AM #1
First Names and their orgin
Boys and Girls names and their orgin
100 most popular names on this site
1000 Most popular names of the Decade
I went searching for the orgin of Momz son Sgt. Ben real name.
I found the above...it's interesting to see where your name came from and seeing if it's a popular name now or in the Decade...
I could go under Richard or Ricardo, one is more popular in the last Decade.
I hope that you will find interesting
Semper Fidelis/Semper Fi
11-06-04, 07:17 AM #2
The light of the sun. A form of Helen.
Ranked #599 of the last decade
Origin: Old French
I am named after my Great Aunt, and My Mom's name is Helen....
Now this makes sense...
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY LATE HUSBAND, SSgt Roger A. Alfano, USMC
ONE PROUD MARINE
Once a Marine...Always a Marine
11-06-04, 07:28 AM #3
Like the Lord. One of the archangels in the Bible.
Ranked #2 of 2001 and #1 of the last decade
I got stuck with it. My mom wanted to name me Christian(what irony), but since I have an older brother Chris, and an older sister Christi, my dad threw a fit
I like my name though. I am pretty particular about it. I will NOT answer to anything other than Michael. No mike, micky, Mickey, none of that.
11-06-04, 08:21 AM #4
Gary means Spearman.
Last name means Blackeyed.
I wonder if I got the wrong guy with my spear? LOL
11-06-04, 08:50 AM #5
What's in a Name
My sagacious mother tagged me with..."CHRISTOPHER"...means: Christ Bearer/Christ Follower...how true...how very true!!......Gung-Ho
11-06-04, 09:56 AM #6
I'm happy that you were able to find out about your name and where it came from.
I did find Sgt. Ben real name, it's a form of James.
Brave and strong.
Ranked #78 of 2001 and #41 of the last decade
But not in the Database
Ironic that it's not in the Database after many seeing "I Love Lucy"
With Ricky Ricardo as Lucy's husband.
Always thought it was from the British that name came from.
As in Richard the Lionheart
We Few that are lucky to be named Richard or Ricardo were born "Rich" and will die "Rich"...
Semper Fidelis/Semper Fi
Ricardo or Richard
11-06-04, 11:35 AM #7yellowwingGuest Free Member
Michael, that's me. I'm with HardJedi, its "MICHAEL".
It is odd though that on the occasion that I do talk to myself, I call myself Mike. "Mike, that was pretty freakin' stupid hitting your own thumb with a hammer!"
11-06-04, 02:58 PM #8
LINDA-----Spanish---Pretty, also a nickname from Belinda.
ranked #224 from last decade.
DAVID------Hebrew---The beloved, the adored one. The famous
Israelite king of the Bible, and the patron saint of Wales.
ranked #11 of last decade.
11-06-04, 05:50 PM #9
Hebrew: God is gracious; the name of many saints. Also, see Ian, Jack, Jonathan, and Owen.
Ranked #13 of 2001 and #14 of the last decade
Alternatives: Bevan Dutch Evan Gianni Giovanni Hannes Hannu Hans Iain Ian Ieuan Ioannes Ivan Jack Jan John Johnny Jonathan Jonny Juan Sean Shane
Nicknames: Handel Hank Hanke Hansel Hansi Jack Jock Joh Johnny Nino Vanya Yannick Jackie Jacky Johnnie Johnno
11-06-04, 05:57 PM #10
Charles - Teutonic - manly, full grown.
I sure hope I'm full grown. At 250 lbs I should be by now.
I go by Chick, no CHUCK, CHARLIE or anything else.
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