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      There are some amazing stories behind peoples names Arthurian legends, Biblican names, I knew my name was the Irish version of John, My grandfather was Irish and a few of my brothers and sisters also have Irish names.

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      Mamula (Surname. My Mom's maiden name and one of my middle names) Serbian and Croatian: nickname from mamula, a word denoting a type of cereal porridge, a word of Turkish origin.

      Cereal porridge?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sphinx View Post
      Mamula (Surname. My Mom's maiden name and one of my middle names) Serbian and Croatian: nickname from mamula, a word denoting a type of cereal porridge, a word of Turkish origin.

      Cereal porridge?
      Who needs ancient biblical names with deep meaning when you are named after porridge lol

      You are now to be know as Polly Porridge throughout the lands

      That made me smile, nice one Polly

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      Quote Originally Posted by Gollum View Post
      You are now to be know as Polly Porridge throughout the lands
      In the land of Twitter - I am known as 'Polly Pumpkin Pancakes' - I do like 'Polly Porridge'
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sphinx View Post
      In the land of Twitter - I am known as 'Polly Pumpkin Pancakes' - I do like 'Polly Porridge'
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      have a name to add to the list...

      Christopher!
      (good name! LOL my son's name too)

      It is of Greek origin, and its meaning is "bearing Christ inside". From Khristophoros. Popular among early Christians. The legend of Saint Christopher as the patron saint of travelers grew from the story of a giant who made his living carrying people across a river. According to the legend, one day he carried across a child whom he discovered was actually Christ. Revived in the 1940s by the popularity of A.A. Milne's "Winnie the Pooh", whose human hero is called Christopher Robin. Christofer and Christoffer are German forms. Christophe (kris-TAWF) is French. Explorer Christopher Columbus; actors Christopher Plummer, Christopher Reeve; architect Christopher Wren.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sphinx View Post
      In the land of Twitter - I am known as 'Polly Pumpkin Pancakes' - I do like 'Polly Porridge'
      I like that! It reminds me of how you gave me the nick name of 'Monster Truck Mom' when you saw my photo's with my husbands truck....

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      Wow, Google lead me back to this thread as I was once again trying to find the meaning of my youngest daughter's name Samiyrah! This was indeed a great thread. I'm glad I found this again. I hope everyone is well!

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      for the record, my actual given name is Julian. My full name is Julian Jashom Diaz Pacheco de la Cassan Rivera.

      The name Julian is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Julian is: Youthful. Jove's child. From Latin 'Julianus'. Form of Julius and family clan name of several powerful Roman emperors. In the Middle Ages, the name Julian was used for children of either gender, but is now used as a boy's name.

      Julian has numerous historic and cultural references such as the Roman emperor Julian. However, I AM a millennial Hospitaller. In fact I was born into the order, named after St Julian the Hospitaller, the patron saint of travelers.

      Jay is short for my middle name Jashom, which is Moorish in origin and the name of an ancestor who ascended to Spanish nobility after the Hundred Years War.

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      Amazing to think there was 7 years between soulchilds 2 posts on this page

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