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Im transgender and thus picked it myself
I love my name because of it's uniqueness and i would not change it for any other. Even though it is almost a struggle for others to pronounce it, it gives a positive feeling instead of a bad.
I like it, it's very rare, so I see it as more unique.
It comes from the name Anthea, but I honestly like my version better.
So, 5 stars.
Would never change it!
It feels very generic
no not really is actually similar to actual names.
No great nicknames
My names is a true beauty to the world and I think everyone should know an Illy. I also think people should learn to spell it and say it!!! ITS NOT ELLIE
It is a beautiful magnificent name.
Also, my name (Raneem) means the sound of angels in my language. Raneem is also very fast and keeps tieing with me.
I am happy with it.
Not so many people in my area with the same name. I like the name though I am wandering how my further find this name for me I am born in Tanzania November 21st in Marangu the foot of mount Kilimanjaro.
Not so many people in my my area with the same name. I like the name though I am wandering how did my further find this name for me I am born in November 21st in Marangu Tanzania at the foot of mountain Kilimanjaro.
I am nonbinary not a girl or boy but i still love my name<33
yes. my name is splled yeorgeli and everytime i look for the meaning, cant find anything. i know some people from venezula spell it like this, yorgelis. My name has an e and it doesnt have the s.
I myself find it a very genderfluid name. I myself am genderfluid/ unsure of my gender. I see my name as genderless since both females and males ect. cam have this name in my opninion. And my name, Geke, is actually kind of pronounced as Gay-ke, so not to hard for foreigners. But not everyone with the name Geke has the same pronounciation. And also sorry for my bad English.
I was always told it meant Dixie… but can’t find it anywhere
I love my name...people tend to always fall in love with my name. Proud to be called Jorinda .much
i wanna know the meaning of Kamrun and Its arabic spelling
I always liked my name- There will always be names we would have rather had but I were always happy with mine, especially because there is not a lot of us out there,