TezriLi -- The T should have been capitalized, but I messed up.
It means HELP ME!!!
I needed some help -- some answers -- when I came here. I started right after my husband's and my first real verbal fight. I was panicky!
Since then I have again asked for help re a question -- and got it from you!
When my little grandson (2 yo) was learning to talk, he'd call me 'nanon' (for nanna).
I felt the need to look it up as a real name... and sure enough, it's a name that means,
'God has favored me'. What an awesome thing to be called!
JG27_chili is my call sign in my flight simulator. Full name was JG27_chilikiller but it was too long for my fly team to type so I shortened it to JG27_chili. Then they started to type just chili. JG27 was a WW2 German air battalion stationed in Africa. They were the elite squadron over there
From Wikipedia: Dackel versus Teckel
In Germany, dachshunds are widely called Dackel (both singular and plural). Among hunters, they are mainly referred to as Teckel. There are kennels which specialize in breeding hunting dachshunds, the so-called jagdliche Leistungszucht ("hunting performance breed"), as opposed to breeding family dogs. Therefore it is sometimes believed that Teckel is either a name for the hunting breed or a mark for passing the test for a trained hunting dog (called "VGP", "Verband-Gebrauchsprüfung") in Germany. It is not.
This is my name because I love my Dachshund too much.
For those of you who use your own names, and who wish to do so, how about an interesting story about your name? For excample, if I were using the name Charlotte, I could write that I was named after my grandmother, who was named Charlotte after Great-grandpa's first girlfriend.