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PostSubject: What's in a Name?!   Fri Dec 04, 2015 6:40 am

Easy peasy, Reasearch you name. First or Last or both. Post here.

Now use Urban dictionary.

Have fun, share results dudes and dudettes

... I was told Dude is actually a term for camel ... Male bits... If any one can confirm this please share in Did you know? Wink

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Fri Dec 04, 2015 10:45 am

I'll go first Very Happy


Origins.

Michelangelo is a given name that is a combination of the Hebrew name Michael (he who resembles God) and the Greek name Angelo (messenger). The name itself is most commonly believed to be of Italian origin.


List of people with the given name Michelangelo or Michael Angelo.

Michelangelo Anselmi (c. 1492 – c. 1554), an Italian painter in Parma
Michelangelo Antonioni (1912 – 2007), Italian film director and writer
Michael Angelo Batio (b. 1956), rock guitarist from Chicago
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 – 1564), Tuscan sculptor, architect, painter, and poet
Michelangelo Buonarroti the Younger, Florentine poet and playwright, his grandnephew
Michelangelo Carducci (fl. 1560's), Italian painter active in Umbria
Michelagnolo Galilei (1575 – 1631), Italian lutanist and composer, younger brother of the astronomer
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), an Italian painter active in Rome, Naples, Malta and Sicily
Michaelangelo Meucci (1840-1890), Italian painter
Michelangelo Minieri, an Italian footballer
Michael Angelo Pergolesi (18c), Italian decorative artist in London
Michelangelo Signorile (b. 1960), American writer and talkshow host

Fictional characters

Michelangelo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), originally Michaelangelo, one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles


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annnnnd

Urban Dictionary!


Michelangelo

The coolest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.


hehehe nice to be in the mix of wikipedia and the top result in Urban Dictionary Wink
Michelangelo's a par-tee dude!

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Fri Dec 04, 2015 3:21 pm

Mikko is a Finnish men's given name and equivalent of the English name Michael, having been borrowed into the Uralic languages.[1] The given name Mikko is shared by the following notable people:

Mikko Alatalo, Finnish musician and politician
Mikko Eloranta, Finnish ice hockey left winger
Mikko Franck, Finnish conductor
Mikko Heiniö, Finnish composer
Mikko Hirvonen, Finnish World Rally Championship driver
Mikko Hypponen, Finnish security guru and an author
Mikko Ilonen, Finnish golfer
Mikko Kavén, Finnish footballer
Mikko Koivu, Finnish ice hockey player
Mikko Kolehmainen, Finnish flatwater canoer
Mikko Leppilampi, Finnish actor and musician
Mikko Paananen, bassist for the Finnish band HIM
Mikko Ruutu, Finnish ice hockey forward
Mikko Sirén, drummer of Finnish band Apocalyptica
Mikko Vainonen, Finnish ice hockey defenceman
Mikko Viljami Lindström, guitarist for Finnish band HIM


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mikko:
A total asshole


Whaaaaaaaaat?!

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Thu Dec 10, 2015 9:45 am

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Hank

Hank is both a masculine given name and a surname. It is a pet form of the name Henry, influenced by the Dutch name Henk, that is mainly used in the United States. Notable people with the name include:

Given name:

Hank Aaron (born 1934), Hall of Fame baseball player
Hank Aguirre (1931-1994), Major League Baseball pitcher
Hank Allen (born 1940), Major League Baseball outfielder
Hank Azaria (born 1964), American actor, director, voice actor and comedian best known for his voice work on The Simpsons
Hank Ballard (1927-2003), rhythm and blues singer and songwriter
Hank Bauer (1922-2007), American Major League Baseball right fielder and manager
Hank Bauer (American football) (born 1954), National Football League running back and television and radio broadcaster
Hank Blalock (born 1980), Major League Baseball player
Hank Borowy (1916-2004), Major League Baseball pitcher
Hank Brown (born 1940), American retired politician and former senator from Colorado
Hank Burnine (born 1932), American football player
Hank Cochran (1935-2010), American country music singer and songwriter
Hank Feldman, Major League Baseball pitcher
Hank Garland (1930-2004), American studio musician
Hank Gathers (1967-1990), basketball player
Hank Goldup (1918-2008), National Hockey League player
Hank Greenberg (1911-1986), Hall of Fame baseball player
Hank Johnson (born 1954), U.S. Representative from Georgia
Hank Jones (1918-2010), American jazz pianist, bandleader, arranger, and composer
Hank Ketcham (1920-2001), American cartoonist who created Dennis the Menace
Hank Kuehne (born 1975), American former professional golfer
Hank Locklin (1918-2009), American country music singer and songwriter
Hank Marvin, guitarist
Hank Mobley (1930–1986), American hard bop and soul jazz saxophonist and composer
Hank Norberg (1920–1974), American football player
Hank Nowak (born 1950), Canadian born National Hockey League player
Hank Pfister (born 1953), American retired tennis player
Hank Sauer (1917-2001), Major League Baseball left fielder
Hank Snow (1914-1999), Canadian-American country music musician and songwriter
Hank Steinbrenner (born 1957), part-owner of the New York Yankees
Hank Stram (1923-2005), American National Football League coach
Hank Thompson (baseball) (1925-1969), baseball player in the Negro leagues and Major League Baseball
Hank Thompson (musician) (1925-2007), American country music singer and songwriter
Hank Williams (1923-1953), country musician
Hank Williams, Jr. (born 1949), country musician, son of Hank Williams
Hank Williams III (born 1972), country musician, son of Hank Williams, Jr.
Hank Worden (1901-1992), American actor
Hank (dog), a dog rescued by the Milwaukee Brewers named after Hank Aaron

Nickname:

Hank Green (born 1980), video blogger
Henrik Sedin, Swedish hockey player
Henrik Zetterberg, Swedish hockey player
Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf, a nickname of entertainer Henry Joseph Nasiff Jr.

Surname:

Jorge Hank Rhon, former Municipal President of Tijuana
Carlos Hank González, his father

Fictional characters:

Hank McCoy, a superhero, The Beast, from the Marvel comic series "X-Men"
Henry Charles "Hank" Chinaski, alter ego of and character in many stories by Charles Bukowski
Hank Gannon, from the soap opera One Life to Live
Hank Hall, a DC Comics character
Hank Henshaw, DC Comics villain
Hank, a character from the 2003 film Cheaper by the Dozen
Hank Hill, protagonist of the TV series King of The Hill
Hank Jennings, from the TV show Twin Peaks
Hank Johnson, an agent of Hydra in the Marvel Universe
Hank Moody, protagonist of the TV series Californication
Hank or Henry Pym (aka Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath, and Yellowjacket), fictional character in the Marvel Universe
Hank Rearden, fictional character in Atlas Shrugged
Hank Schrader, from the TV show Breaking Bad
Hank Venture, fictional character in The Venture Bros.
Henry "Hank" Lawson, protagonist of TV series Royal Pains
Hank, main character in the Hank the Cowdog series of children's novels
Lt. Hank Wade, fictional character in the TV series The Bridge (2013)
Hank Galliston, protagonist of the TV series Zero Hour (2013)
Hank Dearborn, protagonist of the TV series Hank (1965)
Hank Pryor, protagonist of the TV series Hank (2009)
Hank Brackett, protagonist of the TV series Bearcats! (1971)
Hank Griffin, fictional character in the TV series Grimm (2011)
Hank Murphy, fictional character in the TV series Sullivan & Son (2012)
Hank Yarbo, fictional character in the Canadian Television program Corner Gas (2004 - 2009)
Hank Thunderman, fictional character in the TV series The Thundermans (2013)


Hank Kister actor in the Simpsons




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Hank
Back in the Golden Ages, Hank was a relatively strong person. He was able to chop down trees in one Mighty blow. After idoling his ability, the word Hank was created. It can be used in many different situations, such as compliments, definition of strength, etc, etc. If you can use it, it can be done. Verb, noun, plural function, Conjuncted monkey scratcher, whatever.
1. Dude, you're so hankin.
2. See that guy who punched the little Mexican? He's hankin. <--- That would be a strength term.
3. I just hanked my mom in the face. <---I honestly I did not!!!

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Thu Dec 10, 2015 9:54 am

Wiki.


Angel (given name)
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"Ángel" redirects here. For the 2007 film, see Ángel (film). For the Belinda song, see Ángel (Belinda song). For other uses, see Angel (disambiguation).
Angel
Gender Unisex
Language(s) Greek
Origin
Meaning "Angel", "Messenger"
Other names
See also Angelina, Angela, Angie
Look up Angel in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Angel [ˈeɪn.dʒəl] is a given name meaning "angel", or "messenger". In the English-speaking world Angel is used for both boys and girls.[1]

Ángel [ˈaŋxel] is a common male name in Spanish-speaking countries.
Variations

Albanian: Engjëll
Asturian: Ánxel
Bulgarian: Ангел (Ángel) (masc.)
Galician: Anxo
Greek: Άγγελος, Ággelos Angelos (masc.); Αγγελική, Aggelikē, Angelici, or Αγγέλα, Aggéla, Angela (fem.)
Italian: Angelo, Angelino, Angela (fem.), Angelina (fem.), Angelica (fem.)
Leonese language: Xelu
Lombard: Àngel
Macedonian: Ангел (Angel, masc,), Ангела (Angela, fem,), Ангелина (Angelina, fem.)
Portuguese: Ângelo, Ângela (fem.), Angélica (fem.)
Spanish: Ángel, Ángela (fem.), Angélica (fem.), Ángeles (fem.), Angelines (fem.)

People

Angel

Angel Kelly, stage name of an American pornographic actress
Angel McCoughtry (born 1986), American basketball player
Angel Medina (wrestler), American wrestler
Angel Medina (artist), American comic book artist
Angel Reece (born 1983), American professional wrestler better known as Hailey Hatred
Angel Stoyanov, Bulgarian boxer

Ángel

Ángel Cabrera (born 1969), an Argentine professional golfer
Ángel D'Meza Cuban baseball player
Ángel Di Maria Argentinian football player
Ángel Hernández (umpire) (born 1961), a Cuban born Major League baseball umpire
Ángel Hernández (athlete), Spanish athlete
Ángel López, a Spanish footballer
Ángel Martínez, a Spanish footballer
Angel Matías (born 1976), Puerto Rican volleyball player
Ángel Matos, Cuban taekwondo athlete
Ángel Pagán, Puerto Rican baseball player
Ángel Parra, a Chilean singer and songwriter
Ángel Pérez (disambiguation)
Ángel Pérez (volleyball) (born 1982), Puerto Rican volleyball player
Ángel Pérez (footballer)



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angel
The girl who makes your heart jump when she enters the room.
The girl who breaks it as she leaves.

The girl you'll need for a long time, wherever you go.
That girl is my angel.


dawwwwwwwwwwww so sweet.... so misleading..... Twisted Evil

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Thu Dec 10, 2015 10:03 am

April is a female given name. From the name of the month, probably originally derived from Latin aperire "to open", referring to the opening of flowers. It has only been commonly used as a given name since the 1940s.

Those bearing it include:
People

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April Ashley, MBE, English model and transgender equality campaigner
April Bowlby, American actress
April Jeanette Brooks, American retired professional wrestler better known by the ring name AJ Lee
April Gaede, writer and activist for National Vanguard, a white nationalist organization
April March, American singer
April Scott, American actress and model
April Pearson, English actress
April Wade, American actress and producer
Cecily April Adams, the daughter of sitcom actor Don Adams and singer Adelaide Efantis.

Fictional characters

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April O'Neil, a major recurring character in the Mirage Studios franchise Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Dr. April Kepner a character from the ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy
April Ryan, a character from the best-selling and award-winning adventure game The Longest Journey and its sequel Dreamfall: The Longest Journey
April Green, a character from the TV show Jericho
April Ludgate, a character in Parks and Recreation
April Dancer, title character in the 1960s TV series The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.
April Scott, a character from the Australian soap opera Home and Away
April Rhodes, a character on Glee
April Young, a character on The Vampire Diaries
April Stevens Ewing, a character from the 1980s megasoap, Dallas



April
A left-leaning, cultured, intelligent, down-to-earth chic that has tons of friends throughout the world. She's a lover of cinema and ethnic cuisines, has a witty sense of humor and is a great person to get advice from. She's the friend that is always there if you need her. She's also fantastic in the sack.


"That chic is so awesome. What an April." <-- wtf

"I got the best blowjob I've ever had. That girl was a real April." <-- Oo

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Thu Dec 10, 2015 10:08 am

wiki;Leatherhead:

is a town in Surrey, England on the right bank of the river Mole, and at the edge of the contiguous built-up area of London. Its local district is Mole Valley. Records exist of the place from Anglo Saxon England. It has a combined theatre and cinema, which is at the centre of the re-modelling following late 20th century pedestrianisation. The bypass streets to the town centre close and feature annually in the London-Surrey cycle classic which is ranked by the world's cycling federation.

Just north-east of the midpoint of Surrey and at a junction of ancient north–south and east–west roads, elements of the town have been a focus for transport throughout its history. A main early spur to this was the construction of the bridge over the seasonally navigable River Mole in the early medieval period. Later the Swan Hotel provided 300 years of service to horse-drawn coaches. In the late 20th century the M25 motorway was built nearby.




Urban Dictionary:Leatherhead: is a town in the surrey hills which is filled with posh pompous people who all go to one of the many private schools in and around that area. Even Queen Elizabeth the first stayed in the pompous town. The town is so posh, it has absorbed neighboring settlements such as Ashtead, Bookham and Fetcham. All of which have caught Leatherheads posh disease.
"I live in Leatherhead you know", Posh Lady no.3

leatherheadtownposhpompousschoolprivateassleaterheadsurreyhillsFetchamAshteadqueenelizabeth1

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:20 am

Erika (given name)
Erika/Erica/Ericka
Pronunciation Eh-rik-AH alternatively Eh-RI-kah
Gender Female
Origin
Word/name Old Norse
Meaning "eternal ruler",
"one ruler",
"ever powerful"
Other names
Related names Eric, Erik

The given name Erika, or Erica, is a feminine form of Eric, deriving from the Old Norse name Eiríkr (or Eríkr in Eastern Scandinavia due to monophthongization). The first element, ei- is derived either from the older Proto-NorseZ*aina(z) meaning "one" or "some", or from Proto-Norse *aiwa(z) meaning "fair" or "tradition". The second element -ríkr derives either from *rík(a)z meaning "ruler" or "prince" (cf. Gothic reiks), or from an even older Proto-Germanic *ríkiaz which meant "powerful" and "rich". The name is thus usually taken to mean something along the lines of "one ruler", "autocrat", "eternal ruler" or "ever powerful".

It is a common name in many Western societies. It is also a popular given name in Japan. Erica is also the name of a genus of approximately 860 species of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae, commonly known as "heaths" or "heathers" in English.



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The most beautiful queens to ever walk the face of this earth...women named erica are fierce by nature and generally quite sassy.




oh... now that is a bit far fetched... *blushes and hides*
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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Wed Jan 13, 2016 4:53 pm

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Lydia is a feminine first name of Greek origin (Greek: Λυδία). The name means "woman from Lydia."[1] Lydia is a name in the Bible. Lydia was a woman of God; she loved to hear God's word and put it into action. She also sold purple clothing. In those days, purple was seen as rich and royal. Lydia of Thyatira, woman and deaconess in the New Testament's Acts of the Apostles was a purple cloth dealer. She was the apostle Paul's first convert in Philippi and thus the first convert to Christianity in Europe.

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a hottie

Okaaay…

A Lydia is the embodiement of beauty; she is the fire that never stops blazing. When in her presence, you can't help but feel helpless before her hypnotic gaze. She makes you laugh when you want to cry, she makes you paralyzed when you want to move, and she makes you speechless when you have everything in the world to say. (If you experience these symptoms, contact a love doctor at once. It probably means a Lydia has stolen your heart and you have lost all hope of ever getting it back.)
"Whoa man! Did you see that Lydia??"
"Heck ya bro; I can't move my legs!!"
"Me neither!"
"We should probably get that checked out."
"Nah, I'm sure it is completely normal to lose feeling in both of your legs and collapse to the ground."

That-that’s a bit weird…

To "Pull a Lydia" is to lose patience with a moron.

It is? I was not aware of this…

A person who is awesome at life. This person is never a failure, and is the most attractive person in the world. If you happen to know a Lydia, then consider yourself lucky. Anyone who has met a Lydia will tell you that this person is truly perfect.

Surprised

A caring, loving, sporty, funny, adorable, cute, awesome, blond chick that boys droll and fight to get her shes usally a middle child love to be spoiled and be the center of attention and loves younger children can rock the bed just fine!!!
DUDE 1: AHH DAA YYUMMM!!
DUDE 2: what man!?
DUDE 1:YOU JUST MISSED HER!! Lydia just walked by!!
DUDE 2: AHHH FUCCKKK I misses her!?!?!?
BOTH DUDE: *start drolling*

What.


20 Words to describe a 'Lydia':

Cool, sexy, lidia, amazing, girl, skyrim, slut, smart, beautiful, friend, fun, pretty, awesome, bitch, douche, fat, funny, idiot, nice, whore

I'm having some mixed feelings right now...

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PostSubject: Re: What's in a Name?!   Wed Feb 17, 2016 8:16 am

well it seems there is not much on Slash but found this Very Happy


Your first name of slash has given you energy, drive, and ambition, but also an almost excessively strong-willed and independent nature.

While you are creative, inventive, and ingenious in practical matters, and always ready to initiate and promote new undertakings, you often experience difficulty in bringing your undertakings to a successful conclusion because of your own changing interests or changing circumstances.

You become intensely involved with everything you plan to do, but the stress arising from frustrating obstacles or misunderstandings with others could prompt you to be intolerant and sarcastic in your expression, with breakdowns in congenial relations with family and friends a possible end result.

Any emotional outbursts or moods would register as tension in your solar plexus, resulting in nervous indigestion and related problems.

Tension could also centre in the head affecting the eyes, ears, sinuses, or teeth.

True relaxation and peace of mind are elusive under this name.




Urban Dictionary?


slash
1. Genre of fanfiction involving pairing two male or female characters together; characters are commonly shown with a slash in between

2. Famous guitarist, whose major bands include Guns N Roses, Snakepit and Velvet Revolver

3. Action of cutting or slitting.

4. Character denoting "and" or "or"
1. A lot of people are interested in reading Harry/Draco slash

2. Slash is an amazing guitarist!

3. Did you see the slashes on her wrist? or He slashed the tires

4. Please allow your parent/guardian to sign this form

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