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M+1 1 child; Ballarat, Australia 1538 posts
12th Nov '12

Oh, didn't know that..
Ha ha ha.

Veronica m6 Due February 25; Fort Richardson, Alaska 1514 posts
12th Nov '12

My oldest son's name is Quincy Le'Feyette L****** Jr. I don't know what it means I just know it is french and he got it from his father. I need to ask his grand-ma though. My second son name is Dametrious Rishawn...I like the frist name but not the original spelling, so I change it up and his Middle mane is that of my male cousin who died.

M+1 1 child; Ballarat, Australia 1538 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting ag iompar clainne (17w):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Marissa xo.:</b>" I meant it sounds like it is... Lmao."</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... But....it doesn't. It sounds European. Marcus is a European name and DD'/de is a European modifier."

Deletwd....

Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 7679 posts
12th Nov '12

DS#1 is Auryn William.
Auryn means golden or golden one and we just loved it. William is DHs middle name and also both of our grandfathers who mean a lot to us.



DS#2 is Arian Sterling. Arian means silver. Sterling means little star....it also means a lot to me because my mom lost her baby boy and she was going to name him Sterling for my step dad who also passed away.

M+1 1 child; Ballarat, Australia 1538 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Live-Laugh-Love:" DS#1 is Auryn William. Auryn means golden or golden one and we just loved it. William is DHs middle ... [snip!] ... means a lot to me because my mom lost her baby boy and she was going to name him Sterling for my step dad who also passed away."

Arian is cute.. :) Never heard it before.

The Bear and The Bird 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42577 posts
12th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Marissa xo.:</b>" Yeah it does... "DeMarcus, not Marcus, or Dee."</blockquote>



.... de Marcus is a European name. It does not sound African by any stretch.

M+1 1 child; Ballarat, Australia 1538 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting ag iompar clainne (17w):" <blockquote><b>Quoting Marissa xo.:</b>" Yeah it does... "DeMarcus, not Marcus, or ... [snip!] ... not Marcus, or Dee."</blockquote> .... de Marcus is a European name. It does not sound African by any stretch."

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion..

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
12th Nov '12

The origin of a name is fact, not opinion.

M+1 1 child; Ballarat, Australia 1538 posts
12th Nov '12

She was saying it doesn't, I was saying it does.
We were lastly talking about what it sounds like.. Duh.

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
12th Nov '12

Yes, but your opinion is based on a mistaken and rather ignorant assumption. Making it false.

The Bear and The Bird 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42577 posts
12th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Marissa xo.:</b>" Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.."</blockquote>



Um....the origin of a name and the sound of names from certain regions are facts, not opinions.