Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Elta, May 3, 2009.
You have changed, scherbchen!!
Don't try to hide it!
A place where you put dead people.
"Friedhof" or something of that kind?
Something like that.
Weir by any chance?
I cannot hide it. I am down with the CFIC,,, wait, the CFCOC... gimme a minute.... the CFCFCF! yeah, you know me!
Hm... "graveyard" would be a really awesome surname...
Gotta change my name... "George Winston Otto von Graveyard III" !
Person who makes ropes or cords.
Not "graveyard", just "Graves".
It means noble.
My surname translates in Polish to something like 'disagreement' or something.
Strange, yes I know. My ancestors over 1000 years ago were probably making a joke, and the name stuck is my guess.
My surname means "cup bearer", meaning there were people in germany around 1500's or so that bore cups/drinks for kings and made sure they weren't poisonous or something like that.
"Schenker" or "Mundschenk"?
What would that mean if there is an l in there, as in "Schlencker" or "Schlenker?"
Dodge? Mebbe detour.
But on another note, "schlank" means slim or delicate.
'Simpleton' or something humiliatingly embarrassing like that.
Son of Gerald is lame.
Son of the rule of the spear is awesome.
I share my last name with a day and with a number of Saints.
Separate names with a comma.