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What does your nick means?

Caliburn

Well-known member
#7
Caliburn is actually the original name for Excalibur, the sword which was forged in Avalon. However some also believe that Caliburn was actually the principle forge of Excalibur and was a more powerful sword. Interestingly enough, some say that Avalon was actually the scabbard for Excalibur and not a mystical place.
 

Lawrence

Well-known member
#9
Lawrence, my first name. Means crowned with laurel. My interpretation: a long time ago some fellow was with Laurel and both were whacked over the head with a stick. :p
 

Dereck

Active member
#10
Caliburn is actually the original name for Excalibur, the sword which was forged in Avalon. However some also believe that Caliburn was actually the principle forge of Excalibur and was a more powerful sword. Interestingly enough, some say that Avalon was actually the scabbard for Excalibur and not a mystical place.
Hi Caliburn

I live only a few miles from Glastonbury the alledged site of King Arthur's burial in The Vale Of Avalon :)

My name is derived from the old Germanic name Theodoric meaning "power of the tribe" or "ruler of the people".

Regards

Dereck
 

Caliburn

Well-known member
#12
Hi Caliburn

I live only a few miles from Glastonbury the alledged site of King Arthur's burial in The Vale Of Avalon :)

My name is derived from the old Germanic name Theodoric meaning "power of the tribe" or "ruler of the people".

Regards

Dereck
Really? Pictures!
 

Rhydian

Active member
#13
My name is my first name after a welsh saint, it apparently means" dweller by the river crossing" makes me sound like some troll if you live in fantasy land or some nut job who thinks hiding under dark river crossings are a great way to meet women.
 

Kim

Well-known member
#14
I've always had a fascination with Dragonflies since I was a little kid and used to watch them skimming over water and dog fighting and seemingly enjoying life to the max for the short time they have.

As it turns out they are my totem for want of a better description, and they often appear when I need them too, or need help with a decision, sometimes even out of season.

When I went online for the first time it was just natural to use Dragonfly.

 

Forsaken

Well-known member
#15
My name is my first name after a welsh saint, it apparently means" dweller by the river crossing" makes me sound like some troll if you live in fantasy land or some nut job who thinks hiding under dark river crossings are a great way to meet women.
Or an internet troll; in which case it makes sense, as most of the time thats the only way they'll meet women :confused:.
 

Kim

Well-known member
#16
My name is my first name after a welsh saint, it apparently means" dweller by the river crossing" makes me sound like some troll if you live in fantasy land or some nut job who thinks hiding under dark river crossings are a great way to meet women.

I think it's a cool name :)