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    I study numerology. The first letter of your name, the vowels, the consonants, and all of them together have an effect, in addition to your birth date.

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    I don't relate to my name. I see it as like a social security number. I see myself having a nickname or a stage name one day.

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    Default "nothing has matched Jennifer's reign of terror"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    The gif for boys names is terribly uninteresting by comparison. Jennifer may have had a "reign of terror" in the mid-'70s when it dominated the entire map, but Michael was the top boys name for 38 straight years; 1961-1998. And Jacob has been the top name ever since.

    There's something to be said for having an uncommon name. I will have to decide to begin using my middle initial or full middle name professionally because it turns out there is another man in the professional association who has exactly the same name as I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    There's something to be said for having an uncommon name. I will have to decide to begin using my middle initial or full middle name professionally because it turns out there is another man in the professional association who has exactly the same name as I do.
    If your first and last name are both the same as somebody else, I respect what you've done. However, I am against giving your child an odd birth name, as it is just another way to ensure he/she is bullied and perhaps discriminated against in employment.

    I will give my children nice, ordinary names that reflect their ancestry and culture, and encourage others to do so as well. I wouldn't call a kid of mine Leroy, Suri, or Dimitri, for example...most inappropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    I will give my children nice, ordinary names that reflect their ancestry and culture.
    Ethel. Lucy. Ricky. Fred.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Ethel. Lucy. Ricky. Fred.
    Lucy is a nice name, if slightly old-fashioned. I would add Amanda, Claire, Hannah and Nicole.

    I was thinking of Luke, Henry, Jack and Ollie (Oliver) for boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    If your first and last name are both the same as somebody else, I respect what you've done.
    I get the impression that you may have misunderstood. Rather than go by, say, "Rosco Coltrane", I'll have to go by "Rosco P. Coltrane".

    However, I am against giving your child an odd birth name, as it is just another way to ensure he/she is bullied and perhaps discriminated against in employment.

    I will give my children nice, ordinary names that reflect their ancestry and culture, and encourage others to do so as well. I wouldn't call a kid of mine Leroy, Suri, or Dimitri, for example...most inappropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    I get the impression that you may have misunderstood. Rather than go by, say, "Rosco Coltrane", I'll have to go by "Rosco P. Coltrane".
    Oh, right. My fault, went off at a tangent.

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    In spite of the tend of names ending with n, it looks like Tighernan is nowhere to be found.
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