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Thread: Odd new name crush...
May 21st, 2013 02:45 AM #6
Oh, yes! I love Javier! I personally don't care what color skin a person has, any name works as long as there's love behind it. Javier nn Javi is wonderful. I grew up with one, so I don't feel I can use it, but it's such a wonderful name and I'd use it in a heartbeat.
Besides, you're a rule breaker when it comes to names (girls with boys names) so I say, keep breaking those rules and go with the names you love rather than the names society dictates as acceptable for our skin color/ country of origin/ gender/ social class/ spiritual beliefs.Cordelia Eilonwy Snow | Evadne Snow | Felicity Astra Wildrose | Gwenna Moon | Lorelei Ondine | Octavia Eowyn Sol
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May 21st, 2013 09:22 AM #8Senior Member
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May 21st, 2013 10:34 AM #10Senior Member
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May 21st, 2013 11:02 AM #12
I feel like I mention this all the time, but I know a blonde haired blue eyed guy named Juan, and he's never really had a problem with his name. Yes he is asked frequently why his parents named him Juan, but really people could ask the same questions with names like Meadow and Agnes. So if you really love the name I think you could use it.Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot
May 21st, 2013 11:26 AM #14
I think that I would add a caveat: it depends on where you live. I'm from S. Texas (a few hours north of the border with Mexico), so it would be a constant bother to be explaining it to everyone. In my city, it's quite strange to be Hispanic and not be able to speak Spanish... you'd get grilled about it. To be a non-Hispanic Javier would be even worse. My maiden name was Italian, but could also be Spanish... My dad has olive skin and dark hair, and the name Mark (Marco)... we had problems all the time having to explain that we're not Hispanic and why we don't speak Spanish. So, if you're in a less Hispanic community, maybe it would be good. I am all for rule-breaking, but I also wouldn't want to be the kid having to explain it every time.
@ottilie Yes, I was stunned to see a Javad on this board (the 1st one I've met aside from my husband). DH often makes fun of my love for names, so I thought he was playing an elaborate practical joke.Emiliana Pari 郑煜曈 '14
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