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Postby mamuta » Wed Jul 11, 2007 12:13 pm

Vinamilk wrote:My nickname means one kind of milk that I like most :wink:

Perhaps I'm too stupid to understand...Please explain it to me...

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Postby Melek » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:08 pm

Rasheed wrote:?Rasheed? is my first name, it means the wise man.


melek wrote:about myself...Melek is my first name...its a word of arabian origin,means 'angel' in English..


I suppose your name should be "malak" "???? ?? ???"
your name is very beautiful...


Thx a lot ,RASHEED,I also like my name..maybe its origianlly MALAK,but it has changed to MELEK in my country..in order to be close to azeri pronunciation possible..anyway its meaning is 'angel'..

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Postby nightwish » Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:49 am

nightwish- it's a name of metal band. :)

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Postby sweets » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:10 pm

my nick name is sweets cuz. ilike sweet things and i hope to have a sweet life.

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Postby Bambang » Sat Jul 14, 2007 5:16 am

Dear all.

Bambang is a common name here in Indonesia.

Our president's name is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

I am not related to our president at all.

The letter "a" in "Bambang" is pronounced like "a" in "car" instead of "a" in "cat"


To be honest, I'm intersested to give comments on your names based on Indonesian tongue.


First, Melek.

Rasheed wrote:
melek wrote:about myself...Melek is my first name...its a word of arabian origin,means 'angel' in English..


I suppose your name should be "malak" "ملاك أو ملك"
your name is very beautiful...


In Indonesia, your name would be "Malik" with the same meaning, "angel or king"


Second, Hardi.

It's a common name here.
But frankly speaking, when the first time I saw your name, I was imagining a hardy person or a stubborn one. Sorry if I am to be frank.


Third, Tora.

It's not commoan here, but one of our greatest movie stars nemed Tora Sudiro.


Fourth, Dixie.

It's not common here, but it sounds nice and catchy.
I like that name. Simple and cute.


Fifth, Rasheed.

It's common here, but we spell it "Rasyid"


Sixth, nightwise and sweets.

Absolutely not common here.
But nice and catchy.


Seventh, SanjaDz, Vinamilk, Edu.

Strange for Indonesians' tongue.


Lastly, Mamuta.

It sounds scary to us, or at least to me.

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Postby Hardi » Sat Jul 14, 2007 8:44 am

bambang wrote:Dear all.

Bambang is a common name here in Indonesia.

Our president's name is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

I am not related to our president at all.

The letter "a" in "Bambang" is pronounced like "a" in "car" instead of "a" in "cat"


I'm surprised that this is common name. I thought that it's a troll's name, that u made up by you'r self, from word bang by adding Bam to beginning of it. But frankly, (not psychologically or maturely) speaking. It fits to you perfectly.
To format own posts, you often use huge red fonts. that bang into my eye. Even though they are sometimes, too often too flummery.

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Postby Vega » Sat Jul 14, 2007 9:27 am

bambang wrote:Dear all.



How about me?..your supernatural assistant.

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Postby Bambang » Sat Jul 14, 2007 9:48 am

bambang wrote:Dear all.

Bambang is a common name here in Indonesia.

Our president's name is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

I am not related to our president at all.

The letter "a" in "Bambang" is pronounced like "a" in "car" instead of "a" in "cat"



Hardi wrote:I'm surprised that this is common name. I thought that it's a troll's name, that u made up by you'r self, from word bang by adding Bam to beginning of it. But frankly, (not psychologically or maturely) speaking. It fits to you perfectly.
To format own posts, you often use huge red fonts. that bang into my eye. Even though they are sometimes, too often too flummery.



Dear Hardi.

If you someday come to Indonesia, make sure that you pronounce "bambang" correctly.

Don't pronounce it like "bang" in "big bang" or
"bang... bang... bang..." you dead or "don't bang the door."


Dear Hardi.

My nick has nothing to do with "troll" or "fishing".

For your information, frankly speaking, "bambang" is in top fifty here. Even our president's name is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.


Psychologically speaking, you are right saying that that name fits me. Thank you anyway.

By the way, what did you man by saying "flummery" in your post? Could you please elaborate it?

Hardi wrote:To format own posts, you often use huge red fonts. that bang into my eye. Even though they are sometimes, too often too flummery.


Thanks in advance dude.

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Postby Melek » Sat Jul 14, 2007 11:11 am

bambang wrote:


First, Melek.





In Indonesia, your name would be "Malik" with the same meaning, "angel or king"




Malik & Melek are quite different names..Malik is male,but Melek female..& the meanings are also different.

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The meaning of Xkalibur.

Postby Bambang » Sat Jul 14, 2007 12:51 pm

Dear Melek.

Could you please explain how to pronounce "Malik and Melek" and the meaning of both and other differences between the two?

Thanks.



Dear my supernatural assistant, Xkalibur.

To be honest, when the first time I read your nick, I was laughing to death. Your nick is very strange to Indonesian names. It also sounds weird, dirty and full of pornography .


Here is the meaning of your nick based on Indonesian words.


"X" symbolizes "porn"


"kali" means "river"

"bur ( bubur)" means "porridge". "Bur (bubur)" also means something too late or useless or dirt.


Can you imagine???


To us, as Indonesians, your nick means:

The dirt from the porn rivers


Ha ha ha ha... :lol: :lol: :lol:

L o L


I'm sorry my friend, I can not control my laughter.
I'm laughing to death. :lol: :lol: :lol:


Dear my assistant, could you please tell me the story behind your name or at least its meaning so that I could control my laughter.


But frankly speaking, it's very easy for me to remember your nick.

Yours is one of the nicks that’s very familiar to me.


After you explain it, I might be able to analyze your nick based on my psychological and supernatural analysis.

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Re: The meaning of Xkalibur.

Postby Vega » Sat Jul 14, 2007 1:51 pm

Oh, how stupid I am looking with this nickname. :lol:

bambang wrote:Dear my assistant, could you please tell me the story behind your name or at least its meaning so that I could control my laughter.


Nothing stays behind it...Just another meaningless nickname. :)

I think I should register a new one here. :P :D

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Postby linhto » Sat Jul 14, 2007 2:01 pm

"Linhto" is the name which my dad calls me

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Re: The meaning of Xkalibur.

Postby Dixie » Sat Jul 14, 2007 2:21 pm

Xkalibur wrote:
Nothing stays behind it...Just another meaningless nickname. :)

I think I should register a new one here. :P :D


Why? I like it! It's King Arthur's sword. Looks like in Indonesia they don't know anything about the Arthurian legends but here they are quite popular.

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Postby Melek » Sat Jul 14, 2007 2:51 pm

Yes,like Dixie mentioned above,me too heard that EXCALIBUR means King Arthur's magic sword..charming & historical nickname to my mind)

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Re: The meaning of Xkalibur.

Postby Bambang » Sat Jul 14, 2007 3:18 pm

Xkalibur wrote:I think I should register a new one here. :P :D




Dear Xkalibur.

Don't change your name.
It's just an interpratation of mine based on Indonesian words.

By the way, we pronounce your nick this way :

X as x in X-ray

K as k in "kitchen"

A as a in "car"

L

I as i in "tick"

B

U as u in "put"

R


How do you pronounce your nick?


Dixie wrote:Why? I like it! It's King Arthur's sword. Looks like in Indonesia they don't know anything about the Arthurian legends but here they are quite popular.



Looks like the history behind that name is wonderful.

Dixie, could you please tell me the history in brief.

Frankly speaking, I know nothing about that legend.

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Re: The meaning of our nicks

Postby sweethuman » Wed Jun 08, 2011 8:18 am

Sweethuman, I just kept using this user since I started to become aware with internet and I have many accounts in different messengers with the same user.


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