THE MANY VARIATIONS OF MY NAME
Inspired by @TheNoshery
- •AgataThat's my actual name. It appears in my legal documents. I like my name. At some point was thinking of changing my name for a Mulim name. It comes from Greek. It has its representation in many languages. Believed to mean 'good'.
- •AgatkaIn Poland and probably many other eastern / Central European countries, diminutive versions of names are created . Here, by adding K. It's nice to hear it, specially from those I haven't seen for a while.
- •AguśMostly used by my family members. I think maybe even only by my older sister.
- •Agusia / AgusiuWhen I read it, I hear my grandmother say it. Gotta love it, right? Agusiu - Vocative case. Yeah, Polish grammar is complex.
- •Agacia / AgaciuSame as above. The last one sound a bit like a sneeze.
- •AguniaThe most diminutive form.
- •AgaSome believe that this is an abbreviation of the name Agnieszka (Agnes) and even if it's true, that is how people call me too.
- •AgixThis one is very special. My 14 years younger brother had a phase in his life when he would create names. He must have been 3 or 4. It's inspired by Asterix and Obelix or a company name from the 90s. My father (Tadeusz), was named Tadex. His name stayed with him.
- •AdjataI didn't know how to spell it, but in the Middle East people have problem pronouncing j/g and p/b.
- •BabyYeah, for those who can not remember my name or get confused. Like my husband.