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Names for my babies

Posted on 2004.10.15 at 19:10
Current Mood: ecstaticecstatic
So for a long time I've had names ready for my kids.

Seren Lily for a girl :O)

It's really odd that they both have the same outcome.

Seren - Welsh for star
Lily - Form of Lillian

Name Origin:
Sanskrit
Number of Syllables: 2.00
Gender: Female

More interesting facts about the name Star:

Lucky Number:
4
Ruling Planet: Uranus
Element: Air
Primary Color: Green
Traits: Inclined to appear strange and eccentric because s/he is usually ahead of her/his time. Very interested in the occult; in psychic research. Inclined to do anyting out of the ordinary. Strong intuitive tendencies. Can be bitingly sarcastic if crossed. Believes in liberty and equality. Can usually predict the probable outcome of actions and businesses.

Alexander Harry

Alexander - helper and defender of mankind.

Name Origin:
Greek
Number of Syllables: 4.00
Gender: Male

More interesting facts about the name Alexander:

Lucky Number:
3
Ruling Planet: Jupiter
Element: Fire
Primary Color: Yellow
Traits: The investigator; the scientist; the seeker. An interest in material rather than the spiritual. Ideas on religion frequently change. Has a great sense of humor. Not greatly interested in money. Very trusting, yet likes to know the "why" and the "how".

Harry - Form of Harold

Name Origin:
German
Number of Syllables: 2.00
Gender: Male

More interesting facts about the name Harry:

Lucky Number:
7
Ruling Planet: Neptune
Element: Water
Primary Color: Violet
Traits: Frequently possesses E.S.P. Extremely "psychic"; Introvert. Although s/he does not say much, s/he usually knows a great deal. Mysterious. Often interested in psychology, psychiatry, chemistry, and botany. Knowledgeable in astrology and all fields of the occult. Fond of fishing. Inclined to take from the "haves" and give to the "have nots".

Comments:


Clyde
suzvoy at 2004-10-15 12:02 (UTC) (Link)
Dude. Alexander sounds a LOT like Lex.

Er, except for the money part ;)
aurora_bee
aurora_bee at 2004-10-15 12:05 (UTC) (Link)
I've liked the name since I was about 8 and my teacher gave me a book called 'growing pains' to read. The Harry part is my Dads name I love it :O)

I hope Alexander gets money like Lex :O)
Sammi-Jayne
sammijmb at 2004-10-15 12:13 (UTC) (Link)
*blinks* They don't have Rowan on their list!
aurora_bee
aurora_bee at 2004-10-15 12:15 (UTC) (Link)
They didn't have Seren or Lilly either! Suckage I had to get it from star!
dawnybee
dawnybee at 2004-10-15 12:20 (UTC) (Link)
Wow, where did you find the detailed descriptions of the names? I'm so interested in that kind of stuff.

I was trying to write a story (that I'm sure I'll never finish) about Lex and Clark having a kid and I decided to use the name Yllesandra: it's close to Alexandria, but not so obvious a connection. Looking up Yllesandra or Alessandra, I realized that it is the Italian derivative of Alexander, but it also means "Defender of Mankind". A perfect name for Clark and Lex's kid.

I picked out names for my “kids” when I was about 14. Now at 29, I have no desire to have kids, so I’m trying to foist their names on other people.

“But don’t you want to name your son Sebastian? They can call him “Baz” for short?”
aurora_bee
aurora_bee at 2004-10-15 12:24 (UTC) (Link)
Should be a link in my previous post. It's not a brilliant site though.

I don't like Sebastian any more I used to. I'm in love with the name Alexander you see :O))
dawnybee
dawnybee at 2004-10-15 12:31 (UTC) (Link)

I'm such a dinkus..

Yeah, if I would've just scrolled an inch down, I would've saw the link :)

Alexander is a great name. And it's flexible: Alex, Lex, Xander...the possibilities are endless.
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