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I like my name, it feels like I am the chosen one and loved
Very special. Not many people have this name.
It makes me feel natural and better.
it is beautiful.
I always have to tell them where my parents got it from
No, but you didn't include my country on the list. I'm from England.
Lots of Emma's I get confused with others a lot
Im not a Boy!!!!
Dual citizen: New Zealand and United Kingdom. Meaning is bright star.
The meaning of my name is very simple it is a new part of something like a new bud which is a part of a plant and born before a few seconds
I love it, though I went through a period as a pre teen frustrated at peoples lack of cultural awareness for pronunciation, that was. In canada, I’m Canadian also, born there. The form doesn’t have an other section. Canadians were shocking with my name, browny? Lol. Kiwis are more used to it because it’s more british over here. I only met one other Bronwyn in canada in 28 years, in 18 years in NZ, I’ve met, 7, seem to always work with them, 5ho I’m the only one in my current workplace. Represent
people often say my name as if it has a ¨I¨ in it. Also, people spell it as if it has a ¨I¨.
I am Assyrian, Dutch, French, German and English. My name was given from my mother's side of the family - Dutch. Very hard to spell and pronounce as a child, even teachers were calling me Elizabeth so I ended up changing my name when I was older. When I was little I nicknamed myself Lyssi Sue (first and middle).
Very rare n unique name. I just love it!
What does it mean?
It's the best and people love me for who I am even though others say or do things that hurt me, there is that one person who will always remind me of what I'm and believe
This name is also in Slovakia, my country. I really love this name. Sounds so ethereal and beautiful
Well I am Dominican, French, American, and Creole
I love the name, but it has always been a pain correcting pronunciation & spelling.
My name is Jeff
It means a Phoenix that rises from the ashes. Resilient. Powerful. Courageous and unbeatable.
I think it's really pretty, but a lot of people find the pronunciation confusing.
Very common and boring
Its very common