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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Brad Barker, Jun 21, 2002.
mine is brad. it is norse for "spike."
Joel is Hebrew for "Jehovah is God"
laura- crowned (like with LAURELS)
z z z z borrrrring
serena = (latin) serene.
who would have thought?
Jake in hebrew is Yakov(sp?) which literally means "one who trips another and takes his place"
no joke. Is that cool or what?
Ariel - Hebrew for "Lion of God"
BTW, it's pronounced R-E-L...not AERIAL!!!
William (wil'yum) = "a helmet of will", "determined protector"
William is among the most commonly found Medieval given names, and as a result, is among the most common surnames. Williams is a patronymic form.
William is derived from an Old French given name with Germanic elements: wil = desire, will; and helm = helmet, protection.
If anyone cares:
Sean (Irish spelling)
Gift from God. Form of John from the French Jean.
so you all can bow down, cause we all know that Jesus was gods gift to the world.
Ryan= african princess
XAVIER "the new house" from the Basque place name Etxabier. Saint Francis Xavier was the Jesuit priest who popularized the name. He was a missionary to India, Japan, China, and other areas in eastern Asia. He is the patron saint of the Orient and missionaries.
GROSSON French, "big sound" from "gros" meaning "big" and "son" meaning "sound".
Michael, which in Hebrew translates as, phoenetically, Meh-chiy-el. Michael was the leader of God's legion of protecting archangels. He was powerful, forceful, aggressive, and a leader. Literally, Michael means, "Who is like Jehovah."
Aaron-Hebrew for "Mountain Tall" made famous by Moses's brother.
How'd mom know I'd grow up to be 6'3"
Musta been the 18 hours in labor I put the poor woman through
my full name is " Tim van Dijk "
Tim = Timotheus = honour to the lord
" van " is Dutch for " from " or " of the "
" Dijk " is Dutch for " dike " ( you know, the grassy hills along side rivers & canals that are used to stop / prevent floodings. ) b.t.w. you pronounce it as " Dyke "
apparantly my ancestors lived on or near a dike..
my grandmother is russian, but i dunno what her last name means.. her maiden's name is " Soura Koschaczowa "
James - Follower after the Lord
Christian - Follower of Christ...
Vanderwekken - "of the" wekken's I guess
I guess my parents had some funny ideas about me...what name means "intolerable hell" or "destined for suicide"?
Sorry, I'm in a bad mood today.
Christopher-Christ Bearer as in St Christopher the patron saint of travellers
no middle name
Sexton-Grave Digger as in Vicar/Curate/Sexton who looked after various parts of the running of a church. Sexton is also an Irish name derived from O Sessanain (sp).
Well, that's my first name. My last name is Norweigian, and relatives tell me it was spelled, Yuelson a long time ago. Is this true? I dunno.
Isn't it odd how many common names today come from Hebrew? Makes you wonder.
Taylor: makes clothing
Sherman: (from Shearman) makes fabric
Call the anti-trust lawyers!
Anyone know what Karsten (middle name) means? Something to do with Christ I'm sure.
me last name is "barker" as in ye olde advertisers.
me middle name is "alan." don't know what that means...YET!! mwahahahaha...
Charles: "A man" or "manly"
10/12s of the children of Israel disapeared