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Maggie .:*Adrian's Soulmate*:. | 263 comments Ever want to know what our favorite characters' names mean? Find out and post the meanings here! Post doubles if you want, because there might be more than one meaning to find.


Maggie .:*Adrian's Soulmate*:. | 263 comments Here's Adrian's. Its perfect <3

Adrian: (Greek) rich (Latin) dark


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments omg it actually kinda suits him!


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments Richelle Mead must have really thought this thru
:)

I cant wait to see what she has written in Fiery Heart


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Marrie Yes, perfect. Because he's rich and tall, dark and handsome xD


Maggie .:*Adrian's Soulmate*:. | 263 comments And dark because of the spirit darkness. :) <3


Maggie .:*Adrian's Soulmate*:. | 263 comments Eddie's is perfect too!

Eddie: (English) A familiar form of Edgar, Edsel, Edward
Edgar: (English) Successful Spearman
Edsel: (English) Rich Man's House
Edward: (English) Prosperous Guardian

(Well, as long as Eddie is short for Edward.)


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments @maggie - hahah well it seems that Eddie also suits him....

BUT i think Eddie was short for Edison...
hmm i think i read it on a wiki page about the VA characters


Adrian Ivashkov | 9 comments hmmm.

Why do i fail to see the word 'Sexy' in the description of my name?


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Renee | 5359 comments Mod
Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale wrote: "@maggie - hahah well it seems that Eddie also suits him....

BUT i think Eddie was short for Edison...
hmm i think i read it on a wiki page about the VA characters"


Yeah, Eddie's name is Edison. But it still suits him!
This was a good idea. Thanks maggie!


message 11: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (last edited Sep 04, 2013 07:50PM) (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
Adrian Ivashkov wrote: "hmmm.

Why do i fail to see the word 'Sexy' in the description of my name?"


You have a special description when we put the words Adrian and Ivashkov together.

Adrian Ivashkov= Sexy, devastatingly handsome, hot, witty, awesome, funny.....


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K Roma (man-u4kb) Maggie wrote: "Here's Adrian's. Its perfect <3

Adrian: (Greek) rich (Latin) dark"


I love it <3


message 13: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
Can someone find out Sydney's name meaning? Including Katherine and Iolanthe?


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Renee | 5359 comments Mod
Wait, doesn't richelle include what Iolanthe means anyway? hmm never mind that one then.


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments what? wht is Iolanthe? is that the witch name Sydney chooses?


message 16: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
Yes. I thinks its a kind of purple flower.... like her aura!!! ^_^


message 17: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
This is an Iolanthe flower




Maggie .:*Adrian's Soulmate*:. | 263 comments This is what I found for Sydney, there's probably something better, though.

Sydney: (French) from Saint Denis, France


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments Renée wrote: "Yes. I thinks its a kind of purple flower.... like her aura!!! ^_^"

ohhhh
did u find this out in one of the spoilerS?


message 20: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
oooh cool.
@Sasha, no it's from chapter 2...


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments yup i thought so. i only read until chapter 1


message 22: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
:D
Did you read Chapter 2 yet? There's a link in The Fiery Heart thread. :D


Sasha Ivashkov-Herondale-Jackson (aka Clarisse) (sasha101) | 131 comments yeh i saw it, but i didnt want to read it just yet!
im going to wait...


message 24: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
he he, fair enough! :D


message 25: by Cecilia (new)

Cecilia Vazquez | 121 comments Dimitri means dedicated.
That really fits him♥


message 26: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
awwwww!!!! Did it have anything else to add? :D
like

badass? ha ha


message 27: by Maryanne (new)

Maryanne | 763 comments Mod
Maybe it meant something else....????? @Renee


message 28: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
dedicated to Rose as well maybe.
Maybe just generally dedicated to everything!
Including his nonfictional fans. :D


message 29: by Maryanne (new)

Maryanne | 763 comments Mod
Renée wrote: "dedicated to Rose as well maybe.
Maybe just generally dedicated to everything!
Including his nonfictional fans. :D"


Ahhahaha, very clever. Nonfictional characters....that would be cool.


message 30: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
we are technically his non-fictional character girlfriends. :D


message 31: by Sharon (new)

Sharon | 534 comments Totes :)

What about Lissa?


message 32: by Renee, ADRIAN FANATIC!! (new)

Renee | 5359 comments Mod
apparently Lissa menas
'Bee'
and
'honey'
if it's short for Melissa

BUT

if I do Vasilisa then....
Russian or Greek form of the name Basil.
The female name Vasilisa is of Greek origin (basilissa) and means "Queen".


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Genesis (geni_penny14) | 26 comments I found this for Sydney's name:
"Alternatively, the name arose independently in England and is derived from the Old English elements sīd (extensive, wide) and ieg (island in a river, riverside meadow). The name was indicative of one who dwelled on or near the wide, riverside meadow, or from the wide island."

And this for Trey:
"Derived from the Middle English trey (three), which is ultimately from the Latin tres (three). The name was traditionally given to the third-born or the third-born son."
I don't really like the name Trey, but I was curious.

And this for Neil:
"Anglicized form of the Gaelic Niall, which is of disputed meaning. Some believe it is from niadh (a champion); others think it is from néall (a cloud)."
I kind of like the cloud interpretation of the name for some reason, lol.


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