I was just curious, what are the meanings of your first names? if you don't already know your name's meaning you can look it up on a site like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page or just type "meaning of ____" or "etymology of ____ "on Google
My name (Jared) has several different ways it's been interpreted, I've seen "Humble one", "One who rules", but the most common definition is that it means "decent" (Hebrew) tho all three are techniquelly correct.
So what do your names mean?
Daniel (דָּנִיֵּאל, Standard Hebrew Daniyyel, Tiberian Hebrew Dāniyyêl) is the name of two people from the Bible. The name means "My judge is God", or "God has judged".
08'aIgnorance is not an excuse
28th November 2003
Mikael (Swedish version of Michael) means "Vem är som Gud". Translation: "Who is like is God"
Owain (Welsh) Means lamb, or well-born. :)
공화국의 영원한 주석
29th March 2005
18th November 2004
Brendon, which is Celtic or Gaelic in origin, means "Little Raven". WTF? That's kinda lame...
Name : Joseph Origin : Hebrew Meaning : God will increase
Every page I visit says N/A for Zavier. :uhoh:
[color=DarkOrchid]"Anointed" High priest and the kings are sometimes called "the anointed" (Leviticus 4:3, 5, 16; 6:20; Psalms 132:10). Anointing a king was equivalent to crowning him (1 Samuel 16:13; 2 Samuel 2:4, etc.). Prophets were also anointed (1 Kings 19:16; 1 Chronicles 16:22; Psalms 105:15). :D Donuts: Must I do everything? [/color]
[color=DarkOrchid]A small ring-shaped cake made of rich, light dough that is fried in deep fat. Also called olicook.[/color]
- [color=DarkOrchid] Something whose form is reminiscent of a ring-shaped cake.[/color]
- [color=DarkOrchid] A fast, tight 360° turn made in a motor vehicle or motorized boat.[/color]
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
Robert means "bright fame", derived from the Germanic elements hrod (fame) and beraht (bright). The Normans introduced this name to Britain. It belonged to three kings of Scotland, including Robert the Bruce who restored the independence of Scotland from England in the 14th century.
The name may be shortened to the nicknames Robby/Robbie/Rabbie (in Scotland), Bob/Bobby, Rob, Rab, Bobbert, or Bert.