The meaning of your nickname

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friendly2004
Frequent Typer
Beiträge: 139
Registriert: 8. Aug 2005 15:05
Muttersprache: Deutsch

Beitrag von friendly2004 »

thought about the attitude that describes me the best and that was in 2004 ;-)
and i wanted a creative and unique nickname




Eagleeye
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 11
Registriert: 4. Feb 2008 10:13
Muttersprache: german

Beitrag von Eagleeye »

I had the Idea for my nickname a few years ago, when I started playing an online Game calles "Die Stämme", in English it's "The Tribes". I like eagles and this nickname gave the impression, that I coul fly above all things and see everything.

Well, any way, I use this nickname ever since and I like it!

michael123
Tongue Twister
Beiträge: 45
Registriert: 28. Feb 2007 22:03
Muttersprache: English (UK)
Wohnort: Midlands, UK

Beitrag von michael123 »

My username is just my name. And then the numbers 123. Obviously my name isn't Michael123 :roll: I also write on the forum at cybertechhelp.com and use this username there. I the 123 is because I thought the username Michael would be taken, but then again it probably isn't here. How many Germans can be called Michael?

Nevermore
Topic Talker
Beiträge: 56
Registriert: 13. Dez 2007 22:27
Muttersprache: German
Wohnort: Berlin

Beitrag von Nevermore »

Quite a lot. It's also a German name :wink:

Rain
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 3
Registriert: 18. Mär 2008 03:25
Muttersprache: German

Beitrag von Rain »

I love the sound and the smell of rain. Watching the rain fall is something I could do for hours.
I am a rainy person.

LivingInAmerika
Slow Speller
Beiträge: 18
Registriert: 14. Apr 2008 06:01
Muttersprache: Englisch
Wohnort: Texas (USA)

Beitrag von LivingInAmerika »

My nickname comes from the song "Amerika" by Rammstein. Part of the chorus goes, "We're all living in Amerika." in reference to how American culture, such as our music/movies/slang, has become a part of other cultures all over the world. Considering that many people think the song is anti-America(though it is not!), I figured it would be a nice inside joke for people who knew the song to see an American with part of the song as his nickname. Also, I thought it would be an easy way for everyone to know where I'm from, and that I'm a native English speaker.

lilwing
Tongue Twister
Beiträge: 47
Registriert: 27. Feb 2007 06:36
Muttersprache: Englisch
Wohnort: Amerika

Beitrag von lilwing »

I have had this alias for many years. I couldn't decide on one. "Lil" is the contracted slang word for "little". Littlewing is my favorite song by Jimi Hendrix, who was my favorite musician at the time.

UdoLindenberg
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 5
Registriert: 17. Apr 2008 17:28
Muttersprache: German

Beitrag von UdoLindenberg »

Udo Lindenberg is one of my dad's favourite German Singers.

medo
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 12
Registriert: 22. Apr 2008 12:51
Muttersprache: german,polish

Beitrag von medo »

Medo is the name my friends use to call me. Its bosnian and its meaning is "teddybear"...my bosnian friend has chosen this name for me..dunno why though..I dont look like a bear:)

Mister
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 11
Registriert: 17. Mai 2008 14:22
Muttersprache: deutsch

Beitrag von Mister »

ich bin eigentlich die frau von "Mister" und habe deswegen den nick rausgesucht ohne viel zu überlegen :mrgreen:

Rhapsody
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 11
Registriert: 25. Mai 2008 13:00
Muttersprache: German
Wohnort: Berlin

Beitrag von Rhapsody »

I chose this nickname, because:

firstly it is one of my favourite bands (rhapsody of fire)

and secondly it is the protagonist of a very cool saga (rhapsody-saga)

jul4eto
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 5
Registriert: 6. Aug 2008 11:06
Muttersprache: Bulgaria
Wohnort: Sofia, Bulgaria

Beitrag von jul4eto »

Well, may I try to explane it in German, because in English it's almost impossible.
And if I make a lot of mistakes please correct me :D

Zuerst meine Name ist Julia.
Und auf Umgang Bulgarisch 4 steht fuer -ch.
-4e ist wie auf Deutsch -chen
-to ist wie auf Deutsch die.
Das ist!


And I hope that you guys can read my nickname :lol:

Saskia
Slow Speller
Beiträge: 16
Registriert: 31. Jul 2008 19:27
Muttersprache: deutsch
Wohnort: noch Lübeck/demnächst Hamburg

Beitrag von Saskia »

My nickname is my real name...and "Saskia" means : "being from Saxony"...yes in Germany I got some laughter because of the "special" Saxon dialect
But the name isn´t so wrong at all - I come from Lower Saxony :freu:
Welkamm tu Hämbörg Ährpohrt!

King of beat
Bilingual Newbie
Beiträge: 6
Registriert: 2. Aug 2008 19:59
Muttersprache: German

Beitrag von King of beat »

I like electronic music and DJ´s, that´s why i am calling myself "King of Beat" :P

Keswick
English Legend
Beiträge: 4761
Registriert: 30. Jul 2008 11:20
Muttersprache: Deutsch
Wohnort: Borough of Gateshead

Beitrag von Keswick »

Well Keswick is a small place in the Lake District in England and I love going camping there :).
Bitte keine Korrektur- / Erklärungsanfragen per PN.
British English (BE) Sprecher.

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