As far as my Screen name, that is fairly obvious. Nola stands for New Orleans , Louisiana. Although I'm not from there, I got into alot of New
Orleans Thrash/Groove Metal. Bands like Pantera , Soilent Green, Down, Acid Bath to name a few.
**CONTEST** WHAT DO THE NUMBERS 213 IN MY SN SIGNIFY???
OK, onto my real name. I have no middle name btw, is that odd? I wonder how many people have no middle name....Anyways...
From Kabalarians power of names web-site, I got this: Seems very accurate but then again more than likely can apply to almost anyone.
-Your name of "........" gives you a clever mind, good business judgment, a sense of responsibility, and an appreciation of the finer things of
life.clever yea the rest not too accurate
-You are serious-minded and not inclined to make light of things even in little ways, and in your younger years you had more mature interests than
others your age.VERY accurate
-Home and family mean a great deal to you and it is natural that you should desire the security of a peaceful, settled home environment where you can
enjoy the companionship of family and friends.VERY accurate
-Whatever you set out to accomplish you do your very best to complete in accordance with what you consider to be right.VERY accurate
-In the home you assume your responsibilities capably, having the self-confidence to form your own opinions and make your own decisions.Fairly
-Others can rely on you; once you have given your word you will do your utmost to fufil a responsibility.VERY accurate
-However, there is a tendency to be a little too independent in your thinking and it is difficult for you to accept the help of others when you
-Due to your strong sense of responsibility, you could experience worry and mental turmoil through assuming more responsibility than you
-Friction could arise through others feeling that you were interfering with their rights and privileges, even though you are only trying to
This I got from the "Behind the Name" link shared earlier"
From the Late Latin name "xxxxxx" meaning "of the Lord". This name was traditionally given to a child born on Sunday. Several saints have borne this
name, including the 13th-century founder of the Dominican order of friars. It was in this saint's honour that the name was first used in England,
starting around the 13th century. It is primarily used by Catholics.
This I got from a standard dictionary site:
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church (sometimes capital) a title given to Benedictine, Carthusian, and Cistercian monks and to certain of the canons
regular....For whatever that's worth.
OK, onto my Surname:
If you can figure out my first name have at it, I don't go by it anyway. But pleasedon't try messing about and try to find out my last name :p Which
wouldn't be very hard really, so please don't openly post it if you figure it out.
Here's the definition for it:
From the name of a city. Besides the famous city of marble in Tuscany there are two other towns near Padova that bear the same name.
I'd imagine that's the same though for many Italians who came over to America around the 1900's, their last name sounds like the town they arrived
from, or some Americanized variant of it.
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