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    A woman as beautiful as a flower. Lame. I know.

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    It is the Spanish form of the Hebrew word for "ewe," or as my paternal grandmother says lovingly, "lamb of God."

    It wasn't chosen for that reason however; I was named for my maternal grandmother who died when my mother was just a girl.
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Mine is pretty straight forward.

    Misty - English: Foggy (thats what my uncles called me...)

    On a site with name meanings I found this though and laughed my ass off. So true. I have thought of changing my name for these very reasons.

    "Don't do it!!! Think about if your child will ever have a professional job. With a name like Misty, it is hard to be taken seriously. I'm a doctor and go by my middle name now. Watch TV for a bit and notice how many strippers or hookers on TV are named Misty. Do you want your daughter to be thought of that way? Don't subject your daugher to be called: Misty Twisty, Misty Harbout, Miss T (as in Mr. T) and the desert at Dairy Queen Other questions your daughter will have to field. Were you named after a horse, dog, or cat? Is it a nickname for something? Were your parents Hippies? Isn't your name "Missy"? Don't you know your own name? Don't do it."
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Greek for Rock

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    Anja is a derivitive of my paternal grandmother's name, Hannah. That, according to google is a derivative of St. Anne, or it said, a reference to the BVM. I've seen the speculation that Mary was a possible INFP. Interesting.

    But I don't think I could have been as acquiescent and Grandma Hannah was anything but!
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    My name is Hebrew in origin. It means "The lord is my God."

    Now if only I could decipher what that means... Sounds a bit redundant.
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    1st name "ar?nas" - old Lithuanian for "The Swift"
    2nd name "Arvydas" - old Lithuanian for "The Seeing"
    3rd name "Mindaugas" - old Lithuanian for "The Wise"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kestrel View Post
    My name is Hebrew in origin. It means "The lord is my God."

    Now if only I could decipher what that means... Sounds a bit redundant.
    God is your sovereign. Before monotheism, a god was not synonymous with dominion over the entire universe.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    I could have sworn I posted in this thread. Anyway. My name means "reborn." (Maybe I told you that in my last life...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Mine means 'light'
    Helen/Helene/Ellen/Elena/Eleanor/Aileen/Elaine/Eileen/Luka/Nora/Nura?

    (My name means light too - I love it and have thought a lot about it!)

    Edit: Link noted in earlier pages... haha! Apparently TONS of names have this meaning. Doesn't matter - I still love it, and it is still something to live up to.
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