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#2
Swedish Male Swedish forrn of Charles 'manly'.

Manly? Sounds about right.
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#3
Apparently it means strong helmet!

The teutons obviously never pondered over the possible future sexual innuendoes.
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#4
Shakespearean	Male	'Henry VI, Part 2' Lord Clifford.
                        Also Young Clifford, son to Lord Clifford.
                        'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' Lord Clifford.
English         Male	Ford near a slope. From an Old English surname
                        and place name, used commonly as a first name since
                        the late 19th century. Famous bearer: pianist Sir Clifford Curzon.
Hmm.
#8
Andrew-Manly, oh yeah
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Woo someone said i was smart, how silly
#9
Derived from a surname based on the Old English word for badger. Also a variant of Brook.

Go figure. I'm a badger.
R.I.P. Les Paul, 1915-2009

A man chooses, a slave obeys.
#10
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Shakespearean	Male	'Henry VI, Part 2' Lord Clifford.
Also Young Clifford, son to Lord Clifford.
'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' Lord Clifford.
English Male Ford near a slope. From an Old English surname
and place name, used commonly as a first name since
the late 19th century. Famous bearer: pianist Sir Clifford Curzon.
Hmm.

You have the most epic name in the world
#11
"Kingly"
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+infinity

I have infinity.
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yea its way too much for my little stick lol
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#12
Hebrew Male Anointed; compensation. Seth was the third son of Adam and Eve. Eve considered him to be a replacement for her dead son, Abel.

Egyptian Male Murdered Osiris.

Hmmm...
#13
I already know what it means. Patrick is derived from the Latin name Patricius, which means "noble" or "patrician."

My middle name, Kenneth, comes from the Gaelic name Coinneach, which means "handsome."

My last name, Sovereign, is an obvious one.

Beat my name, mothafuckas.
#14
Wow the description was about 90% right.

Also,

Mark

Son of Mars, who is the god of war.

Fuck yeah.
I'm going in;


Rambo style
#16
Conor-

What your first name means:
Irish Male Strong willed or wise 'Hound-lover.' Also from the Irish 'Coachuhhar', meaning high desire

Sounds about right, i do enjoy beastiality so thats were hound lover comes from.
#17
Crowned with laurels

Some of this is actually eerily true

All coincidence of course.
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#20
Holy hell the description that comes with my name is scaringly accurate

Slavic Male Flower. Masculine of Flora from a Roman clan name.
Polish Male Flowering.
Latin Male Flowery or flourishing. Famous bearer: Fourth century Roman martyr St. Florian.
I just need about $3.50
(<X.X)O=('.'Q)

I'm the motherflippin'
#21
Alexander


Swedish Male Defender of man.
Shakespearean Male 'Henry VI, Part 2' Alexander Iden, a Kentish gentleman. 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' Servant to Cressida.

The description that came was weirdly true....
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#22
Alexander - Defender of men Edit: ^^ Woah No Way!
My Gear

Fender Deluxe Players Stratocaster
Marshall DSL 50 with 1960A
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#23
Born at night/nightfall/dark beauty.

Hmm....
I'll run in the rain till Im breathless
When Im breathless I'll run till I drop
The thoughts of a fools kind of careless
Im just a fool waiting on the wrong block.
#24
I already know; Paal means little, small. But I tried that site, and it just gave me some bullshit about how my 'soul urge number' was 2


S t a i r s s r i a t S

#25
Matthew -
Shakespearean Male 'Henry VI, Part 2' Matthew Goffe.

Hebrew Male Gift of the Lord. In the bible Mathew was one of the 12 apostles. He wrote the first gospel account of the life of Jesus.

Biblical Male Given; a reward

Middle name is Paul, here's what it says:

Latin Male Little; small. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books. Before converting to Christianity at Damascus, Paul had been involved in the brutal persecution of Christians.

French Male Little. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books.

English Male Little. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books.

Biblical Male Small; little

Then my last name is a derived form of my first name (Madison), so no need to explain that. My biological last name (Mother remarried, was adopted by my step father) was Messer. It didn't have a definition for that, but I heard that it was German for Knife.
#26
That side found nothing, but on another site i checked long ago

Stian (modern version of the norse name: Stigandr) means "wanderer"
(If you're a english speaker, don't even try to pronounce it, you will most likely fail!)
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#29
Strife, war
Drink the sauce. Go on, it's okay. Just remember, I am the quest.

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#30
Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ. Chris is used as a diminutive of many masculine and feminine names beginning with Chris-, including Christian, Christina, Christine, and Christopher.

cool
#31
Naomi:
Hebrew Female Pleasant.
Biblical Female Beautiful; agreeable

SONISPHERE was amazing!
GORILLAZ 12th November



I want to go back to Zimababwe


XBL: Marblesss
#32
Annabel:
Scottish Female Beautiful grace.
Latin Female Variant of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.
Gaelic Female Joy.

Well
#33
"there are 6 letters in your name" ... really?
Scar tissue that I wish you saw
Sarcastic mister know it all
Close your eyes and I'll kiss you cause
With the birds I'll share
This lonely view
#34
Zachary - Remembered by god
❒ Taken ❒ Single ✔ Would like a sandwich


Vereor Deus

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Oh! Sorry, I thought that was a braille name tag.
#35
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Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ. Chris is used as a diminutive of many masculine and feminine names beginning with Chris-, including Christian, Christina, Christine, and Christopher.

cool


Same
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I wouldn't know an Opeth song from an Egg McMuffin
#36
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Matthew -
Shakespearean Male 'Henry VI, Part 2' Matthew Goffe.

Hebrew Male Gift of the Lord. In the bible Mathew was one of the 12 apostles. He wrote the first gospel account of the life of Jesus.

Biblical Male Given; a reward

Middle name is Paul, here's what it says:

Latin Male Little; small. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books. Before converting to Christianity at Damascus, Paul had been involved in the brutal persecution of Christians.

French Male Little. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books.

English Male Little. Biblical apostle and evangelist Paul's letters to early Christians comprise many New Testament books.

Biblical Male Small; little

Then my last name is a derived form of my first name (Madison), so no need to explain that. My biological last name (Mother remarried, was adopted by my step father) was Messer. It didn't have a definition for that, but I heard that it was German for Knife.

It is.
#37
Swedish Male Swedish form of Michael 'God - like'.
Scandinavian Male Form of Michael 'Who is like God?'.
Muslim Male The Biblical Michael is the English language equivalent.
Hebrew Male Gift from God

Seems pretty suitable
#38
What your first name means:Welsh Male Variant of Haydn: Fire. Derived from the Celtic name Aidan.
Teutonic Male From the hedged hill.
English Male From the hedged in valley.


sooo im a hedge fire?
Llama

On

Llama
#40
Link isnt working. I already know my name is like, First man created blah blah, usual religious crap.
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