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What's a Rare Name

Are you wondering what is a Rare Name ???Well, Here is our definition of a Rare Name.

"A Rare Name is like a Coat made out of the finest material. Envied by those who don't have it. Worn with pride and confidence by those who do. A Rare Name surprises you. Makes you exclaim that I have never heard this name before! What does it mean? " -By Gauresh Mehra

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A rare name is a size 11 Italian leather shoe to an infant. To the child they are useless, chunky and regrettable. As the infant grows into the shoes and is able to stride confidently, the now adult can respect the uniqueness of the valuable shoes; besides they make him stand out. -By Kijuana Wilks -----------

A rare name is a sound you hear and will never forget -By Toolsforubyjose@aol.com

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A rare name is finding a poppy in the middle of a field of white daisies. It comes as a shock, a surprise, and is most often welcomed as a pleasant change from the mundane. -By Meghan Ferguson

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Rare Name is the precious pearl got from the deep sea. -By Kanchan

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A rare name is the best gift a mother and father can give their child, it gives some one the confidence to say "I AM DIFFERENT, AND SPECIAL". Sent by monica_carroll@yahoo.com

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To have the utmost satisfaction and pride to say that I am over 30 years old, and I have yet to meet or hear of an actual person with MY name. Ada Bucholtz

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What is a name? Is it what defines who you are on a first impression? How can you be the same as all the other people who might share your name? How diconcerting to hear, "Oh yes, I know people with that name too, they're just like you." I am my own person. Rarity in a name, is a burst of the unexpected in a crowded concert of people all screaming the same name. Scream something different, and see how many people turn their heads to look at you. By Kerri Afira Cordle

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A rare name, is more than rare. It is when you look up your name in a baby name book and find your name not there. When you can spell one hundred and one words out of your name. When you think someone else has it tough, they look right back at you with the same thought. When you are the only one with a golden compass pointing your way and somehow, through all of this amazing stuff, you realize what life would be like if everyone had the same name. Or, if it was all different. What would life be like, if life were all the same or all different? Only you can decide on that.

Given By Rachel Lee

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‘A name is a lifelong gift of parents to a child, a rare name makes him stand out in life for long long time. It’s like that beautifully hand crafted unique gift which gets admiration from everybody who sees it. The simple words with honestly positive meanings can be used as a name, and these are timeless. Above all, a rare name gives the owner the benefit of that uniqueness that all around him/ her envy. Bless your child with a unique name today’ Given By Sanjay Malik

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If you have an e-mail id as yourfirstname@hotmail.com then you can be assured you have a Rare Name - A Definition by a Hotmail Employee

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If you have a Fabulous definition of a Rare Name which we can include here then mail it to me at gauresh@hotmail.com

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