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    Posted: 18-Jun-2008 at 20:47
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i am offering this "what's a name" topic to discuss our names. this may be our real names or our computer names.

i am vladimr budney.

vladimr is also volodymyr, vladzomierz, waldomar, wladomar, baldomar, sheikhsaleem, fredrich, and a few more.
it is a combinbation of 'leader' and 'peace'; it may mean "peaceful leader", or "leader of peace".
it is a common name among slavic peoples and other peoples who have been in contact with slavs.

budney is a surname from the ancient scythian (barbarian) tribe of budene. but also the budene were related to others, the city of bythinia for example. the bythinians were a hellinized thracian city. similarieties among both people are; the men prefered to wear black and one bright color, their distinct weapon was the cross bow, the fought as both foot and horse, they never became a strong political power, they did not remain as a seperate identity beyond very ancient history, their scattered remains have produced very many variations of their original name.

i do not use a special computer name, "vladzo2" is just a variation on the short form of vladzomierz.

please do join in with your own names.

vlad



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The name Leopold meant "as brave as a lion".       
There were Margraves of Austria named Leopold. There were two Holy Roman Emperors named Leopold. There were three Kings of the Belgians named Leopold.    
The name Philippe is French for Philip. Philippe meant "horse lover".    
There were six Kings of France named Philippe.
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