DATING SOMEONE WITH SAME NAME AS YOU
Only if they're your identical twin. I happen to know a straight couple named Adrian and Adrienne and having the same name doesn't seem to effect their relationship. For instance the movie version of a book can share the same title of the original book, in which case they are homonymous. Actually I think "homonym" is exactly the correct word, although maybe not widely used in colloquial English
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I mean obviously the two people aren't related. It's a perfect solution. Christine and Christopher to Chris.
- Why would this even be a question? But my cousins or brothers names would be fine.
- Only, sometimes that would lead to confusion, when the other party didn't quite understand the intended meaning.
- For example, it's sort of like Sean and Seana. I agree - not the greatest hurdle and the perfect opportunity to find an awesome nickname for each other.
- If another guy is named "Muhammad" and so am I, then he is my namesake.
Would you date someone with the same name as someone in your family?
If I avoided all the family names, there would not be many women remaining for me to date! The word isonymousin addition to other uses, means having the same surname. Similarly, Spmeone is 'klasgenoot' in Dutch 'roommate' is 'kamergenoot' in Dutch I'm pretty sure I cannot call someone with the same name as mine a 'namemate': But my cousins or brothers names would be fine. My boyfriend an I have the same middle name. So, he would have ended up with the same first and last name as me.
For most it sounds absolutely preposterous and confusing to date someone with the same name as you. Your name is what makes you unique. That is YOUR name; it distinguishes yourself from everyone else and is part of your identity. Dating someone with the same name submitted 3 years ago by ohnomiko I have a really generic name, so I'm wondering people's thoughts on dating someone of the same sex who has the same name as them. I'm not generally opposed, since it's so common, but it might be a little weird. Apr 13, · date someone with the same first name? Page 1 of 3 (1, 2, 3): Probably a dumb question but could you date someone who has the exact same name as you do? or would it be too weird?
Not something like Smith or Jones, but pretty common.
- For instance the movie version of a book can share the same title of the original book, in which case they are homonymous. They are married and their first name is Lee.
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So we'd be homonymonous? Not in Mexico; my mum is Garcia Garcia, my dad is Gonzalez Gonzalez our names use first our paternal last name then our maternal last name. You're supposed to have a spare. I'm basically dating someone with my name though. If someone goes under a false name, that false name is a pseudonym.
Not in Mexico; my mum is Garcia Garcia, my dad is Gonzalez Gonzalez our names use first our paternal last name then our maternal last name. I'm basically dating someone with my name though. I can frobnicate perfectly cromulent words to fuzz my way out of many a situation that requires emfibbening: Thing is, I honestly wouldn't mind if it was a really unusual name.
This one feels natural and intuitive by comparison, the composition name-mate would be intuitive, but not so natural, possibly because of the assonance and the adjacent bilabials? Jason Sebring 1 3.
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