The name Cameron means “Crooked Nose” from Gaelic cam “crooked” and sron “nose”. It is a Scottish surname. I don’t really like my name because I don’t have a crooked nose nor have I ever had a personal experience involving a crooked nose.
I first started my research about my name, Cameron Michael Koehn, on the Internet. I began with researching the etymology, derivatives, and the popularity of my first name Cameron. Cameron come from a Scottish background and it means “crooked nose.” Cameron is
Growing up, I did not like my name because I strongly believed it was too short and awkward sounding. I did not see how the name Nadia could be pleasing to the ear or likable at all. The worse part, I thought, was not having a nickname to hide my
I like my name, but if my name was color, the color would it be is blue, because is the color of trust and peace. It can suggest loyalty and integrity as well as conservatism and frigidity. If my name was a song, the song would it be is “Me enamoras” from “Luis Coronel, because is my favorite song I love this song because I remember so much memories. Let me explain If my name was made of something, would it be made out of metal because is very strong and all my family said that all family are very strong. Now that if my name was could speak, would it say is “wherever ” , because all the time I said this phrases and all my friends tell me that when somebody said this phrases remember to me.
Most people have a story about how their parents decided on their name, especially those of us who have less common ones. Mine is fairly dry; my parents looked through a book of names and decided that “Maizie” was charming and sweet and would fit me well. My sister’s story, however, is slightly more intriguing. Cleo Arden Seidl, born on August 3rd of 2001, was named by me, Maizie Regan Seidl, when I was just two years and nine months old.
My name is Lindsey Dice. Lindsey is from the English origin and it means “linden trees near the water.” To me, this means I have deep roots and am strong and stable, but surrounded by peace, serenity, and beauty. My last name, Dice, is also from the English origin and means “chance” or “luck.” I suppose I’ve been lucky throughout my life because I am surrounded by friends and family who I love and have been fortunate enough to always have the things I need and want in life. Our names are central to how we view ourselves in society, so in order to have good self esteem, we must love our name. I was born on April 1st, 1998 in the town of Saginaw, Michigan. I currently attend New Tech at Meridian High School and am duel- enrolled at Delta College. Playing the flute, yoga, and meditation are a few methods I use to express myself and calm down when I’m feeling anxious. My love for animals has encouraged me to convert to vegetarianism and not drink milk. After high school I plan on attending Central Michigan University to major in journalism and eventually move to New York. I am confident, sophisticated, and happy.
Kaitlin Rose Mockaitis is who people would like to think I am but they were wrong. Kaitlin never felt really like me. When people said my name I cringed and thought there has to be a nickname for me. Finally, one day one of my coaches in fifth grade called me Kate out of nowhere and it stuck. Kate suits me it defines who I am. Names identify who we are and if we are not really our names who are we?
To produce this book, I asked not “What you are going to name your baby?”, but rather “What is your name? How does it make you feel? Who named you? Why did they choose that name? Would you change
Luckily, I have name that grants me room for change. Abigail B. Sokol would sound sophisticated and professional if I become a doctor, as my mother envisioned. “Abs” is what I am called on the basketball court for a quick, one syllable signal. Actually, the name I respond to best is Abby; it has a voice of its own that I have always thought of as bubbly and cute. At this point in my life, the word Abby best fits who I am.
According to the dictionary the meaning of the word name is ; a word or phrase that refers to or that can refer to a specific person (webster dictionary). A name is actually more than that. On December 13, 2000 I was born and given the name Sheena Ailanie Williams. My mom told me that while she was sitting in her bedroom, a movie came on the television screen.Sheena, The Jungle Queen was the name of the movie my mother named me after. For years people would ask me my name and responded with, “ Like the jungle queen!” sooner or later I started to think of myself as queen of the jungle. It made me feel important and special. People
My full name is Kayli Allyse Sample. My first name Kayli was chosen out of a baby book by my mom. The name Kayli originated from England and means keeper of keys, and pure. My middle name Allyse, was named after the mom on the show Family Ties, it originated from England and means “powerful and complete”. My last name Sample
To begin my research, I looked for the origin and meaning behind my first name, Mary. This name was passed down to me from my paternal grandmother, Mary Etta Reeves, better known as “Mawmaw”. I was also named after both of my maternal great grandmothers, Mary Evelyn Williams and Mary Dorothy Edwards (Reeves). Upon further research, I found that there are several theories for this name’s meaning including "sea of bitterness" and "rebelliousness". Also, “Mary” is the name
My nickname Halemesh because it is a combination of my first and my middle name which is Meisha. When I was a baby my sister could not pronounce my name so she called me Hi-yee. We still laugh when ever we hear it.
I love the meaning behind a person’s name and I love uncommon names because I feel they resonate more than names you hear more frequently. I named my son Chance because it was not a name commonly used and meant, “Having good fortune”. I still had the baby name book from when I was pregnant with my son and decided to finger through it looking for ideas. I came across the page where I had listed possible girl names that had caught my attention and at the top of the list was the name Halo. That was it! I searched the pages looking for the meaning behind the name and found it means, “Having a blessed aura.” She had been my halo from the beginning, before I even knew what I had or how lucky I was, the name was so fitting! I played around with many middle names trying to fit in which one sounded best after Halo and before Rae, which was to be her second middle name. Ultimately it was my youngest sister that suggested I try using Scarlett and Halo Scarlett Rae became the name I chose for
How do you feel about your name.I like my name. But there is some good things about it, the good things is it is somewhat unique the bad think are the nicknames..