My name on Urban Dictionary!
Not nearly as fun as Naomi made it sound..
My name is Lukasz,so basically this:
Lukasz is a rather common, yet highly kick arse and uber sexy, Polish name.
In Poland it is pronounced as "wukasch".
Girl: Hey, whats your name?
Lukasz: Its Lukasz, ofcourse!
Girl: Wow, that sounds so hot...
My MH username is Lomahongva. It's a hopi name (Hopis are a north-american indian tribe from the area of Arizona) and it's meaninfg is "beautiful clouds arising".
And my RL name is Covadonga. If you look at them, they look a bit similar (well I suppose it is at least for me). My real name it's the result of the evolution of a latin construction: "cova dominica", which means "cave of the Lady". Lady can be interpreted as being refered to the Goddess (I suppose in the sense of Mother Earth) or as being related to the Holy Mary. What's more, "cova dominica" was a name that people from my region (Asturies, in the North-West Spain) gave to a special place in Asturies, related to the cult of the Holy Mary, so they use it to name girls.
Last edited by Lomahongva; March 09, 2012 at 08:08 AM.
My name is Jason.
...You can probably see why I go by Epsilon7.
Well my name is Jerôme, I got the name because my mom went to French for a copple of years for studies. It comes from the Greek name Hieronymos and thats my second Christian name, I don't know if this is coincidence or that my parents just chose it that way .
That guy also made shure the bible got translated in latin, and the name means "Sacred Flame". I'm not some sort of big religious guy or something XD I don't even practise a religioun. I just tought it would be fun to know
My atual name is Mikhail
also shortened version is Misha, which is kinda symbolized with a bear in russia
Last edited by lawlett-kun; May 01, 2012 at 01:39 AM.
Misha is close to our "mishka", the word for "mouse". ^^
Adi ~~~ that is also close to the English - Moushka - for Mouse. Since you're not a native English speaking person you might not know. ©~Charlie
Last edited by Charlie; May 06, 2012 at 12:27 PM.
Myshka -----> Mышка
Мышь -----> Mouse
"ка" -----> suffix to make a word sound more "cute". Adorien-ка, Darjaile-ка, you get my point.
Мышка -----> Mouse + "cute suffix"
On the other hand
Медведь -----> Bear
Миша -----> cute version of saying "bear"
Мишка -----> cute version of saying "bear" + "cute suffix"
Мишка -----> cuteness overdose
The interesting thing is that all the Misha, Sasha, etc names sound female here. xD Sasha would be the short for Alexandra and Misha for Mihaela.