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Old 03 March 2009, 15:20   #201
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Meaning:The Latin name Justin means - just, righteous. See also Giustino, Iestyn, Tutu,Ustin, Yustyn
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Old 03 March 2009, 15:30   #202
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By the way, my name is: José

"José is the spelling of the Spanish and Portuguese forms of the given name Joseph, from Iosephus, the Latin form of Greek Ιωσηφος (Iosephos), which was from the Hebrew name יוֹסֵף (Yosef) meaning "he will multiply". While spelt alike, they are pronounced quite differently in each language: [ʒuˈzɛ] in Portuguese, [xoˈse] in Spanish. One common Portuguese diminutive form of the name is "Zé", while in Spain the diminutive is "Pepe"."

And yes all my friends and family call me Zé
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Old 03 March 2009, 15:31   #203
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Old 03 March 2009, 16:45   #204
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My name is Christian, pretty common name in sweden.

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Old 04 March 2009, 12:47   #205
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mmmmmmmm let me think, ive spent so much time in front of this dam amiga ive forgot, 1200 rings a bell, lol,
oooohhhhh thats its it, ( leyton ).
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Old 04 March 2009, 14:14   #206
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Peter (from Greek petros or petrified, a rock) on whose faith Christ built the beginnings of the Catholic church.

I haven't been to church since my first wedding. That turned out well...
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Old 04 March 2009, 17:36   #207
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I`m Darren - my wife is Nicola - hence Daznic....Ahhh !
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Old 16 March 2009, 03:29   #208
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Old 16 March 2009, 03:34   #209
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I have the name (but not the body ) of Ridley Scott's Gladiator.

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Old 16 March 2009, 08:24   #210
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@Supamax: do you also use gas cylinders in your turbo-charged chariot?
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i am Cenk Aslan
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Old 29 May 2009, 18:02   #212
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I am Dennis, name coming from Dionysos, god of wine and pleasures ;D
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I am Arda.

In real-world terms, Tolkien's inspiration for the word Arda may be certain cognates of the English word "Earth" in the other Germanic languages, specifically the Afrikaans "Aarde" which has equivalent pronunciation and meaning, and unsurprising in use given Tolkien's South African origins. Other Germanic cognates include the Dutch Aarde, and German Erde, though these are not direct sources, but rather tangential linguistically. Also similar is the Arabic word "Ard" which means land or earth. It may be that Tolkien conceived the Elvish word Arda as the fictional pre-historic source of such words in later Mannish languages.
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where are you from ? Turkey ?
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I am Ladislav. It's old slavonic name with "famous king" meaning.
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My name is Milan.

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Milan (Cyrillic: Милан) is a common Slavic male name derived from the Slavic element mil, meaning gracious. Milan was originally a diminutive or nickname for those whose names began with "Mil-". It is used predominantly by Czechs and Serbs but also frequently in Russia, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Bulgaria (and Poland, Sensi). It was in the top 20 names for boys born in Slovakia in 2004. It was the eighth most popular name for boys born in the Netherlands in 2007.

Netherlands? Funny



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The boy's name Milan \m(i)-lan\ is of Latin and Sanskrit origin, and its meaning is "eager, laborious or rival; a coming together". Usage in European languages is derived from Aemilianus, a Latin family name from ancient Rome. The northern Italian city of Milan takes its name from a Celtic word meaning "mid-plain".For more information, see also related names Emiliano and Miles.
Baby names that sound like Milan are Malin, Mellan and Millen. Other similar baby names are Dilan and Eilan.
Milan is an uncommon male first name and a very popular surname (source: 1990 U.S. Census).

This is very new to me
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It was the eighth most popular name for boys born in the Netherlands in 2007.

Netherlands? Funny
gimby will name his first-born after you
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Hi Milan. gimby will name his first-born after you
Poor girl

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