We are proud to introduce ‘What Does My Name Mean?’ – a brand new, fun, fresh and vibrant name definition information tool.Carefully making our database of names, their origins and meanings available for all our visitors to enjoy totally for free, we have spent a lot of time time and care in making What Does My Name Mean an interactive, pleasant and fun experience for people of all ages.
Registering a free account takes just a few seconds and by doing so you can enjoy lots of other features, all at a touch of a button. From rating a name, sending comments or jusr choosing a name from our database you will find our site an invaluable resource in finding out what your name means and helping to choose a baby name if you’re expecting.
Members get to save a favourites list too, so you don’t have to write these down elsewhere and you can even send name information to social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and via Google’s +1 service. Print your favourite lists out whilst logged in to our free name service too for handy paper records of your name information. You can even add a new name to our records for others to read and use our send to a friend feature to share your choices with friends and family.
You can do all this and so much more as a member, there’s really no catch and above all it’s totally free, meaning you don’t have to part with any money at all!
Even if you decide not to register with us, you’re sure to still enjoy searching through all the available names we have and look at name origins and baby name ideas. Our regular articles in the What Does My Name Mean blog section are also informative and helpful.
We love to hear from you! Please do feedback to us to send your ideas, comments, suggestions and thoughts. Your help is really important and it enables us to develop our free name service.
We hope you enjoy using What Does My Name Mean and visit us often to see more features being included, thank you for stopping by and good luck in your name research.Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2)