Guilherme – Protector Original from the teutons or something… this is the portuguese translation of my name
- Wilhelm (German, Polish)
- Willem, Wilhelmus, Wim, Pim, Jelle (Dutch, Frisian, Low German)
- Wiremu (Maori)
- Willelm (Old English)
- Wellëm (Luxembourgish)
- Gulielmus (Latin)
- Guglielmo (Italian)
- Guillaume (French)
- Guildhelm (Old Dutch)
- Guilhem (Occitan)
- Guillem (Catalan)
- Guillén (Aragonese)
- Guillermo (Spanish)
- Guilherme (Portuguese)
God, I love wikipedia…
My real name is Rune – which is either the old runic letters or something with magical qualities.
The meaning of my name is Messiah! hahahaha
“Christine is a feminine name of Greek or Latin origin. It is derived from the word Christ, which is the Greek translation of the Hebrew word “Messiah”. As a French variant of the Greek name Christina, it is a name in regular usage in French, English, German, Scandinavian, and Dutch cultures, and it is often associated with the meaning “follower of Christ.” It is a popular name; for example, in 1968, it was the 14th most frequently-given name for girls in the United States.” – taken from Wikipedia
“Courageous, intelligent and honest you are a seeker of truth and willingly accept the responsibilities of leadership. Exercising wisdom and sound judgement you base your actions and decisions on the lessons of past experience. Your alert mind and creative ideas assure you of success with any project and can bring you great financial rewards. With your ever positive attitude towards life others find you inspirational.” – Taken from Bostonuk
I’m nowhere near religious… I was named after the evil car Christine (1958 Plymouth Fury), a horror film created by John Carpenter in 1983.
I am looking for a few un-ethnic and non-religious names.
My real name in serbian is Djordje, english: George.
Im dragon slayer
Fun stuff. That curious name-astrology site that PatrikL found is definitely good for a grin.
groBoto comes from my software project ‘GroBoto’ which probably makes sense, given that it has taken my life over during the past decade (not complaining, that’s mostly a very good thing).
My actual name is Darrel (perhaps the least used spelling – usually Darrell or Daryl).
Had to look it up, had some vague recollection of the ‘Dear’ or ‘Beloved’ interpretation, but was more interested to learn…
The name Darrell comes from the French surname D’Airelle meaning “of Airelle” (a person who came from Airelle in France).
and Airelle means Cranberry (or Bilberry, which seems to be popular in herbal extract world).
this could go on endlessly -
Lucas = Lucas comes from the English word which means, “Form of Luke light: illumination..” It also stems from the Indian word which means, “Unknown.” It also stems from the Biblical word which means, “Lucius, luminous; white.” It also stems from the Biblical word which means, “Lucius, luminous; white.”
Sebastian = It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Sebastian is “revered”