Do you like your Name ?

India
January 12, 2009 2:25am CST
Name is the one which belongs to you right from your birth till your tomb. But unfortunately you will not use it , rather it is used by others always , An unique identification of yourself to the world , How many of you really like Satisfied or Like your name ? If not what is the name which you would like to keep for yourself and how many of you have changed your name ?
8 responses
@vikeyshuy (284)
• China
20 Jan 09
i like my surname,but i don't like my given name.as my surname is shu,in chinese,it means comfortable,relax,relief,happy.my given name is yan,in chinese,it means colorful.it is so common that many girls are called yan.
• India
20 Jan 09
Then what have you planned for your kid ?
• China
20 Jan 09
i have no kid now. if i have one,my child's surname must be the same with his/her father.it is a custom in my hometown.i plan to choose the given name from literature or poems.
• India
21 Jan 09
Hey .. great idea of choosing a name from a litreature , i know a guy who has named as "National Library".. See how uncommon it is and how unique it is , Great please go ahead and keep a good and an unique name for your kind and your grand childrens
@aisaellis22 (6449)
• United States
13 Jan 09
Hello ya_its_me! I do like my name. I am very satisfied with it. I guess my name really suits me. Originally, it's not really spelled as aisa but aiza. The typer of my birth certificate typed it wrong. So now, I have to carry aisa but it's ok. It's nice actually and I like it.
• India
13 Jan 09
So Sad.. if your certificate typer was a mylotter then he would have been correct.Anyhow Aiza is cool than aisa.
• United States
13 Jan 09
hehehe..yes, you're right..but aiza is very common here so it's ok that I did not carry it.
@Haloman (122)
• United States
12 Jan 09
i like my name, i don't like the fact that i am named after my father as he and i don't see eye to eye but all things considered i think i got a pretty good one going on here lol, do you like your name?
• India
12 Jan 09
Yes i too like my name , but i am not fully satisfied with my name
• China
12 Jan 09
actually,I'm not satisfied with my name,though it's not the same with others around the people.
@ersmommy1 (12598)
• United States
21 Jan 09
I like my name. Both my given name and my nickname. I am comfortable with it. I wouldn't change my name.
• India
23 Jan 09
Cool
• United States
13 Jan 09
do not like my name at all. And I really hate my husbands name. And I tatooed his name on my chest. I keep my name because my parents gave it to me. Th know I do not like it. I told my children if you do not like your name you can change it. My children do not want to. I gave them a choice because it is horrible being made fun because of your name. You can be named Jane and someone will make a joke about it. I am happy my kids are comfortable with their names. I have many times thought about changing my name. But what I change it to. I have no other name I like for myself I am saving all thenames for when I have grandkids.
• India
20 Jan 09
Its really strange to hear that you dont like your hubby's name and you tatooed his name in your chest ? Oops... Was it by your desire or by compulsion ?
• India
13 Jan 09
ya i do liking my name is as anirudh when my all friends told me that really your name is nice and in india now fashion is of old name now so from that time when i heared this i start liking my name
• India
20 Jan 09
Anirudh , Yep its indeep a very rare name which can be heard.
@thanxiang (126)
• Philippines
13 Jan 09
I like my name coz this is what my parents gave to me when i was still young.I am satisfied about it.I had lots of nicknames also given by some aunts,uncles,friends and grandparents.It's cool too,some people call me different names.
• United States
12 Jan 09
My name was a struggle when I was a teenager, because i do like it, but I never liked my little-girl nickname. I kept insisting that my real name is me, but only my friends used my name; family always preferreed the nickname that set my teeth on edge. My husband, though, is in a situation I've encountered with a few other hispanic men. All the men in his family have the same name, so they have to be identified by using their first and middle names. That makes no sense to me at all! I kinda like just, "Babes"!