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Nah, I don't mind though I won't always answer since I am not used being called Gabrielle/Gaby. Actually it's Gabriela, but I don't want to be called Ella.
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Thanks, I picked the name myself of course. I have this infatuation with angels' names.
my real name like unc charley is shaheer. I use real name cuz i like it a lot nd it makes things simple+ as my name isn't english it sounds like an alias in forums rich in english speaking ppl
Chitra !! that name is used in Bangladesh too, i dun know whether the meaning or origin is the same though
Last edited by shaheer; November 13, 2011 at 05:58 AM.
yes it means picture. Bangla is a direct product of sangskrit and pali
dun be bothered its a good name
Last edited by shaheer; November 13, 2011 at 11:18 AM.
Mine is Billeh.
I prefer Naomi since it's what I'm used to online, but you're certainly welcome to use either one.
My name is Claire. It's funny because my mom chose it but can't pronounce it. Doesn't matter much anyway since she calls me by my Japanese name.
Chitra is a good name. A great Indian singer is named Chitra, though I think she's fat. :x
Gabrielle is a good name as well.
Name's Milap. Ex-friend called me Milly years ago, or still-friend that I met on Maplestory that I rarely talk to, and the name's been used by them. Haven't used that name for a while until eni and Winty wanted to use a cute name to call me by. Milly was reborn, and yeah. Milap means "together" in Hindi or something, I was named by my mom. She was that happy to have a son, and I guess so was my dad. If you have me on Facebook, you'll know where MJ in M3J comes from.
I'm another David.
I think we should ban all people whose first name begins with David.
Yep, they have hero complexes
David has 21 variant forms: Daffy, Daffyd, Dafydd, Dai, Dave, Davey, Davi, Davidde, Davide, Davidson, Davie, Daviel, Davies, Davin, Davis, Daven, Davon, Davy, Davyd, Davydd and Davyn.
Watch it, bob
The name is Gary. I'm a Jr., and initially my parents were going to flip-flop my Dad's first name and middle name (Gary Wayne) into (Wayne Gary), but decided to make me a Jr. at the last second.
It's derived from Germanic (gar = spear) and somehow adding a "y" to the end of it makes it's meaning "spear bearer". It's also an acceptable Anglicized spelling of the Gaelic name "Garaidh", which is pronounced the same way.
The name was relatively rare until the old Hollywood star Gary Cooper became popular (who's real name was Frank, but changed it to the name of his agent's hometown - Gary, Indiana...which is also the hometown of Michael Jackson...coincidentally my brother's name is Michael ) .
So yeah...it's pretty GAR