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    Mandingo, it means an individual who has the diggest bofo mick in the world
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    June. It means June

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    Wood in Old German. Also warrior, life, valley, guide, sensible and gentile (apparently) in other languages.
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    Diane, french for Diana, meaning "divine"

    Sums me up pretty well i'd say
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    Sarah, it means princess. :flutter: It was very much chosen for being a 'strong' Biblical name. Even our cat was called Isaiah. :indiff:
    Sarah, the wife of Abraham. It was formerly Sarai. God changed it to Sarah.

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    Sarah, the wife of Abraham. It was formerly Sarai. God changed it to Sarah.

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    When a housemate of mine at uni found out it used to be Sarai, she insisted on calling me that for about a week.
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    Analysis my full name and I am " the alright garden of god" didn't do middle name though.
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    Eva. My dad says it's for original sin. My mum gave the more honest answer of "full of life" :lol:

    My middle name is Catherine and means "pure" :yep:
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    Rachel means ewe (a female sheep) :rolleyes:
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    Oscar, from Old English for "god's weapon" (os gar), probably coming from Old Norse.

    Ironic considering I'm a vocal antitheist :mmm:
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    Kieran: Dark in irish/gaelic
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    Laurence = Man from Laurentum

    So imaginative. Crying its so bad.
    I read it could mean fierce somewhere. I think I know which I prefer.


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    Kevin, meaning gentle, kind and comely.

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    Jessie. Gods gift/grace depending on the origin. Quite a boring meaning =/
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    Georgina... which means 'farmer' or 'worker of the soil'


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    Alexandra, which means defender of men/women


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    James - supplant, replace. Boring meaning.

    My alternate username has better meaning, the Celtic name Vercingetorix which means 'King over warriors' which I probably should have used as my TSR username. :/


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    My first names is Mantas, which means "clever"
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    Florence, it means flowering/blossoming or prosperous/flourishing but I was named after the city.
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    Matilda, it means drunken accident.
 
 
 
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