What Does My Name Mean
What does my name mean is a common question asked by people who
are curious about their identity or their origins. Those who want
to know what their name means may want to get to the roots of
why their parents gave them such atrocities in the first place.
If your name is Francis is it because your parents liked watching
the TV show about the talking mule in the 1960's? Or is your name
Moon because someone in your family was a Frank Zappa fan?
Or perhaps you're searching your family tree and want to know
the true origin of what your surname means. English surnames are
somewhat easy since they often sprung from a person's job like
Taylor or Bathmaker or Backrubber.
The meaning of German names often originated with burgs or towns
that people came from such as Pittsburgh, Doucheldorf or Eichelsmobilehomesburgh.
If you want to know what your name means in other languages it
is not as complex as one might think. I have boiled it down to
the essentials of what your name means in many different languages
assuming that you are starting with a human name in the first
What does my name mean in:
English - Lint Licker
Spanish - Jack Wagon
Japanese - Cootie Queen
German - Bowleg Baroness
Greek - Fudge Bucket
Chinese - Dang Me Wang
Italian - Butt Face
French - Geez Louise
Hebrew - Kiss my assets
Hawaiian - Sureiwannalaya
Arabic - Poop Face
Irish - Crap on Crutches
Latin - Lilly Livered Fart Face
Korean - Sucka Me Niblets
African - Kunta Kinte
Cherokee - Mother Trucker
Hindi - Holy Cow
Egyptian - Fuddrucker
Russian - Son of a biscuit eater
Vietnamese - Frack me
Pirate - Scallywag bootlicker
You see, we are all connected by our names. During the caveman
days all names were pretty derogatory since they didn't know any
better. "Ugg, get me hammer" and "Frogg, bite me"
were common putdowns and names at that time.
So when you ask the question, what does my name mean, remember
that all such monikers are putdowns at there very roots. The meaning
of your name may reflect facial features, where your family comes
from, your family status, or what your parents happened to be
looking at when you were born.
For instance, it is well known that the Cheyenne Indian tribe
named their children after the first thing they saw when the squaw
was giving birth. Names like Running Bear, Flying Hawk and Angry
Wolf were common (sorry about that Squatting Dog).
So, when you look for what your name means, don't look too far
or take it too seriously. At the root you are a fart face just
like I am.