Hey, one of my favorite German composters is Ree-kard Vogg-ner. He composed some great stuff, including Tristan and Isolde.Always an interesting topic in our marriage. My wife's name is Isolde. After still angry with her deceased parents' name for her, she's not happy that our twins' names got popular since they were born. At the core, she doesn't like to stand out but, has had the name and good looks that have given her unwanted attention.
Yes. When someone does recognize or know her name it's usually a measure of having some world, arts, culture or history awareness. I happen to like her name. She was blessed with above average abilities and looks so I think an interesting name is fitting.Hey, one of my favorite German composters is Ree-kard Vogg-ner. He composed some great stuff, including Tristan and Isolde.
At least they didn't name her Brunnhilde. Or however you spell it.
Where's the list of popular BOY'S names? The names you provided are what people are naming their DAUGHTERS these days. Seriously!!!!!The "What's In A Name?" thread got me thinking about how certain names go out of fashion. I just looked at the list of most popular names from 2021 and was pretty surprised at how low on the list the names of my generation have fallen. From my perspective, we had fairly common names that I imagined would be popular indefinitely. Nope. The current top 20 names include a few of us but many, many more are apparently uncool. Old guys, see where you fall in this excerpt from the list:
The Top 20:
Where the usual names of the 50s and 60s now fall:
Gerald didn't make the top 1000 names list last year. Neither did Jerome. But Anakin is #644...