What does your name mean?

It isn’t and I’m surprised you think so.

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wood

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I really like dogs but I’m afraid I’m still on team people

People think this name is: classic mature natural wholesome strong strange nerdy

Pretty accurate.

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AhH it’s my last name but my real last name says to “See Schmalexander”

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middle name means Red too :fist:

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Tree whose leaves were used to make the garlands of Roman victors.

People think this name is:

classic formal upper class natural wholesome refined simple serious nerdy

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A diminutive of James with no further clarification

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Hugh who! Waves

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the Greek ‘Ελενη (Helene) , probably from Greek ‘ελενη (helene) meaning “torch” or “corposant”, or possibly related to σεληνη (selene) meaning “moon”

I am radiant lads

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I always assumed you used the diminutive in real life and got called the full version when you were in trouble.

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My middle name means ‘famous ruler’, but as I have said before, my favourite thing about my names is that they’re the same as Vic Reeve’s first two names

(no not Vic and Reeves)

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Did you know the Spanish equivalent of James is Tiago?

(So things like hospitals or parks that are called ‘Santiago de…’ are St. James’…)

I didn’t until recently

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Does this mean that the Spanish bank Santander is St Ander?

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Accurate

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:peach:

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So St Andrew probably?

Totally :exploding_head: with all this.

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I did but only because I took Spanish at school. Also, Iago in Welsh is a cognate(?) for James as well as Jacob, so I’m Iago a couple of ways around. The only problem is, Iago is a shit, though I do really like the Kenneth Branagh version

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Man, army, warrior, devoutly religious.

Sure.

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