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    What does your name mean? And other info-

    www.babynamer.com can tell you the meaning, popularity, alternate spellings, teasing nicknames, everything you'd ever want to know about your own name.

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    Kylie:

    Meaning: "boomerang" But: "This derivation from a hunting weapon of Australia's original inhabitants is disputed. Some believe the name to be a modern invention fashioned after the names Kelly and Kyle. "

    Teasing Nicknames: Smiley Kylie and Kylie Wiley (Don't even think about it, guys ! )

    Popularity: Ranked 1208th for females of all ages (1990 US Census data). (Hehe, I'm so original. ) They also do this by state, but NY wasn't available.


    Now, wasn't that enlightening?

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    My nickname didn't get a ranking, but was acknowledged, my real name has never been heard of.
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    William

    "Determined protector"

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    "George Oscar Bluth II, aka GOB, featured magician in the best selling videotape, "Girls With Low Self Esteem" invites you to enter his world.
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    I already know that Geneieve, which is the correct spelling of my name, is Germanic and Celtic for "Protector of the City" and I'm the patron saint of Paris.

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    David

    Meanings: beloved, hero, darling

    Teasing Nicknames: among others, there are Davey Crockett, Wavy Davy, Davy Gravy, Davey-Do

    Popularity: ranked sixth in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census. The name also ranked 11th for males born in the United States in 1994.

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    scott

    It is derived from the English word Scot, designating a person who is from Scotland or of Scottish heritage.

    Teasing Nicknames:

    Scotty Potty


    Scooter


    Scottie Tissues


    Snot


    Squirt


    Scott Pot


    Scott Tot


    Scotty Snotty


    Slot


    Scottie the Hottie


    Squawty Scotty


    Gotta go to the Potty Scotty


    Scooter Pie


    Scott Twat



    Associations:

    ''Scotty'' is a slang term for crack cocaine.


    ''Beam me up, Scotty,'' a catchphrase from Star Trek, refers to transporting someone as a stream of matter.

    The name Scott ranked 32nd in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census.
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    ''Beam me up, Scotty,'' a catchphrase from Star Trek, refers to transporting someone as a stream of matter.
    tvjunkie, I have to add to that explanation that the phrase has a second part (which was also said by Capt. Kirk), which is just implied: "There is no intelligent life down here" (i.e. take me away from these morons...).

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    Dawn- early morning or sunrise..

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    John:

    This boy's and girl's name is used in Dutch, English, Portuguese and Norwegian. Its source is Yochanan, a Hebrew name meaning "God's grace."

    The name John ranked second in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census. The name also ranked 18th for males born in the United States in 1994.

    Teasing Nicknames: Hoppin' John, Johnson & Johnson, John Juan, Anatomical John, Arizona John, Johnboy, John John the Leprechaun, Jawn Jawn, Jungy, Bungy, Johnnykins, Yawn, John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmit, Yonny. (although personally, I've only heard a couple of these)

    Associations (only a couple of them): "John Doe" (unidentified male), "Here's Johnny" (Tonight Show), "John" (toilet), "Dear John Letter" (breakup note), "John Hancock" (signature), "John" (prostitute customer), "Hard John" (slang for FBI agent)

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