Do you like your real name?
What Guys Said 27
Yeah I do, it's not too long, or weird to pronounce to foreigners.
My parents did one good job I suppose. ^.^1
I would say so. It's pretty common where I'm from but not that common that you'd see it everywhere. And it's easy to spell.1
It's very rare- I've never met anyone in my entire life with my name- but it's not unique in the bad way. To get all poetic on you (sorry), I think it conveys power, but in the quietest way :)1
Mhmm sure do I have a strong ancient and pure name.2
No my name is Billy. I don't hate it but it has it's flaws. 1 I'd prefer a name that is more masculine instead of a unisex name. 2 The name dosen't age well. It dosen't really sound like a man's name more like a boys. 3 it's pretty common and lacking originality. I have a nickname however that I like.1
It's short but people nearly ever get it right, even when I spell it.1
It's a little common but I'm cool with it.1
It is okay... would like s tougher name like Alice!1
My parents changed my original name, and it's okay
But I liked the original better1
I don't like it.2
It's a little generic but it's whatever.1
Average feelings yea.1
Yea I like my full name1
Yes, I do.1
yes! thank you parents. my kids will have unique names also.1
It is quite "unique" and no I don't like it...1
If i ould change my name it'd be " James Dylan " instead of my real name.1
i love my name Karan1
A little 😉1
Dylan is my name I'm not big on it0
I'm thankful I have a common name... and not some uncommon one...
Otherwise I'd have a hard time introducing maself widout being ridiculed... and OK if I'm somewhere where ID's not needed... otherwise imagine wot'd happen if I had to show ma ID...1
What Girls Said 26
One: Changed my Original name with a Lawyer years ago.
Two: THAT Name I "Changed" along the Way when I had met my Husband whom I married out in Egypt and was Then... Stuck with "Pars" for Paris. It was much easier for them to Pronounce.
Three: Love THAT name better and Now, Everyone Uses it and I Refuses to Go Back to the Second One Nor Square One.
Good luck. xx1
I used to not like it because growing up there was always at least one or two other people with my name, but I've learned to embrace it over the years because it's spelled differently than normal so I thought it stood out a bit more.1
Yes I like it because (Sarra):
1) My Parents chose it Me <3:
2) I like the meaning
- In Hebrew it means Princess and Noble woman
- In Arabic it means Bringer of Joy and source of Happiness: سارة
- The Name has an Aramaic origin and Sarah was Prophet Abraham's wife.
3) My name has an extra R compared to how most people spell it (Sara/Sarah), just to add a touch of originality :P lol jk1
Sure I guess!1
I love it because it is so unusual and totally unique.3
hell yea i do, my mom picked a nice name. Asha means to live in arabic, it means hope or desire in the indian language sanskrit and is easy to spell and say. go mom.4
I adore it1
No. I hate my name. The whole thing. But my last name is the worst of it, as I hate my relatives... Can't wait till I can change it2
Yeah, I'm fine with it. It's not too common anymore, so it's nice that way.1
Yes. My real name is pretty.2
Yeah, I think it's a good name. The name isn't rare but I have never met someone in person that has it spelled the same way. I've only seen it spelled like mine a few times.1
Yeah, I like my name.1
I'd like it if people would pronounce it right. It's SO annoying to have to correct every new person you see that says your name.1
yeah I guess. I mean, no one can say it right or spell it right, but it's a pretty name I guess. (this goes for first and last)1
Yeah I like my name1
I love my real name1
I like meaning of my name :)2
Nope! I hate my name so much! Mia doesn't suit me and neither does my middle name, Ellie 😭1
Jenna is ok I guess.1
Yes, it's alright.0
Yezzz. Even though people spell it wrong and tell me it's a boys name, it's still the name my mother chose for me.0
I have a Japanese name (I'm half Japanese and half white) and I like it, though my last name is hard to pronounce...1