What is Yoda's first name?
Yoda is his only name.
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You have to complete all levels in Episode VI since it's the last level you unlock Yoda Ghost on. Then go to Mos Eisley Cantina and buy him for 1,200,000 studs.(about that amount) You now have Yoda Ghost!!! No. Wrong. If you want him, complete all episodes. I found a code, though. Its YOD474. …YOD474 does NOT work (MORE)
No one really knows what Yoda's species is. There were three Yoda-like Jedi on the Jedi Council who were Yoda-like: Yoda, a 2 ft tall green 800 yr old Jedi Master; Yaddle, a 2 ft tall green 500(???)yr old Jedi Master, and a pink Jedi Master with one eye whose name was Vandar. The pink master is abou…t 3 or 4 ft tall, but has the big ears. Yaddle is the presumed to be of the same species as Yoda, but Yaddle is a girl. To answer your question simply, (and without all of the extra-and possibly helpful-information) Yoda's species/race is unknown. Furthermore, no one knows who Yoda's parents were, where he was born, etc, etc. (MORE)
well Adam and Eve were the first people on earth. so i would have to say one of those names has to be the first one, but that is a hard question since names have been around since before time.
A name is a name. If you have a name, no matter what it is, it is still considered a name. Because your parents or your guardians think of a name that might suit you when you become older or they named you after someone they truly love or know. They might not give you a name you like. But it is le…gal to change your name. A name is something the namer (the person who gives the name) assign to a person or item to the effect of identifying the person or item in communication with others. (MORE)
My nose. nobody knows but he lived on Dagobah for a wile after order 66.\n. \nBefore The Phantom Menace:\nWhen Yoda was 700 years old, he served on a council of Jedi Masters instructing new students aboard the massive Jedi training vessel Chu'unthor.
\n. \nWell no one for sure knows Yoda's master but I guess Yoda's father.\nKnow one knows but Yoda's padwan is dooku if that helps?
the scientific name according to the binomial system of naming organisms consists of the genus name starting with a capital letter and then the specie name with a small letter so the first name wud be the genus name which would be written with a capital letter and would represent the genus from whic…h the specie belongs (MORE)
In European-based naming systems, the 'first' name is your 'given' name, and your 'last' name is your 'family' name. The first name is sometimes referred to as your 'Christian' name. For example, Justin Biebers First/Gaven name is Justin but his last/family name is bieber (The order is revers…ed in many Asian cultures, in which the first name is the family name.) (MORE)
3 one is yadle one is yoda i dont know what the other one is but i know it is a boy
In the United States and most western countries, the first name is not the same thing as the family name. The first name is the personal name and the last name is the family name.
Yuri Gagarin i think?. Yes: Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space and the first to orbit the earth on April 12, 1961.
Martha Dandridge Custis Washington was the wife of George Washington, the first president, and her first name, as you can probably infer, was Martha.
first names i think mean whatever you parents or you wanted you or yourself to be called i think
Yoda's lightsaber is technically called a "shoto," which is a short lightsaber. Only a handful of Jedi, including Anakin Skywalker's Padawan Ahsoka Tano, use a shoto along with their original lightsaber, which is not an easy thing to do.
Some of the names that were popular during History was Elizabeth for girls and William for boys (Colonial Times). Then during the 50's and so on names such as Dick for boys, and Jillian for girls started to become even more popular than colonial names. Think Baby Names.com also has some great names …that were used back then too.. 0) (MORE)
If you are referring to the planet to which he went into voluntary exile, where Luke Skywalker found him, then then answer is Dagobah. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dagobah
Basically, your first name IS your name. In many countries, fixed last names were only introduced in the early 19th century. In Iceland people still don't have 'real' last names. You are legally called "Peter .....son" of "Marie ....dottir", de dots being filled out with the person's first name whos…e son or daughter you are. It is the same system that old England had, look only at the many Johnsons in the phone book. Same thing in Eastern Europe, where in many countries most last names have the meaning of 'son of' and 'daughter of'. Russia does have fixed last names, but you always address people by their first name, followed by the first name of his or her father. Vladimir Putin for instance is never addressed by his fellow Russians as "mister Putin", but as "Vladimir Vladimirovich" (Vladimir son of Vladimir"). (MORE)
N'Kata Del Gormo who was a Hysalrian Jedi Master who lived during the times of the Galactic Republic. He found and trained Yodaand his force-sensitive Human friend
Unlike the western custom, Chinese write their family names first, then write their given names.
Lucy Webb Hayes was probably the first of the President's wives to be given that title while she lived in the White House. Writers of etiquette books, and those in Washington society, were horrified in 1877 when journalist Mary C. Ames referred to Lucy Webb Hayes as "the First Lady of the Land". Pr…ior to Ms. Ames pilfering the "First Lady" title for her article, no references to wives of the President were anything but just that; The wife of the President. The First Lady (an honorary title, by the way) was always the spouse of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, until a reporter decided to mix things up a bit. According to legend, Dolley Madison was referred to as "First Lady" in 1849 at her funeral in a eulogy delivered by President Zachary Taylor. However, no written record of this eulogy exists. Sometime after 1849, the title began being used in Washington, D.C., social circles. The earliest known written evidence of the title is from the November 3, 1863, diary entry of William Howard Russell, in which he referred to gossip about "the First Lady in the Land," referring to Mary Todd Lincoln. The title first gained nationwide recognition in 1877, when newspaper journalist Mary C. Ames referred to Lucy Webb Hayes as "the First Lady of the Land" while reporting on the inauguration of Rutherford B. Hayes. (MORE)
There are two ways of understanding Yoda's instruction, "Try not. Do or do not there is no try." Firstly, Yoda could be telling Luke that he should commit himself to doing the task at hand or choose not to do it. In other words, "Don't just try, commit yourself to doing or not doing something". Th…is would be a more Western-style interpretation. The second, and I feel that this is more in keeping with the character, is a more spiritual instruction. "Try" refers to effort and intention. Yoda instructs "No effort or intention from you, just do or don't do (as you are guided or as feels natural)". This would be a more Zen or Eastern-style interpretation. (MORE)
The full quote is "Try not. Do or do not!! There is no try." Thequote means that one should not approach a task with the attitudethat only an attempt will be made. Instead, when approaching a taskthe mentality should be to either accomplish it or not. What he'strying to say is that you either do som…ething or don't, you don'tjust try. (MORE)
Yoda was a Jedi Grand Master and after he had his last apprentice he decided to teach the younglings there beginner lessons in the way of the force. After the rise of the Empire he went into exile and meditated until the arrival of Luke Skywalker which he took to become his apprentice.
It may depend on your country of origin or your culture, However in the so-called "western world" there are usually three given names: First, middle, and last (or 'nee' name) i.e, Christopher Jason Pearl... in this case Christopher would be the first name, Jason the middle name, and Pearl would be t…he last name.) (MORE)
"SpongeBoy", but that name was already copyrighted, so there came "SpongeBob". In fact, the script writer sneaked in "SpongeBoy" without getting sued, which was Mr. Krab's line from the episode "Squeaky Boots", which was, "SpongeBoy-me-Bob!"
if you go by the movies, luke skywalker is technically. yoda is really old and who knows just how many padawans he has had over the years. it's probably a record.
Martha Dandridge Custis was the wife of the first US president. However, the answer is not so simple , since the title of "first lady' was not used for the President's wife until many years later. ( Please see the related question for more detail.)
you must be a midget like yoda, anakin (episode 1) ewok, jawa, boba fett (child) or ugnaught just finish story play then play it again in free play as one of the midgets
No. Many bands do, but here's a few of the many that didn't; Guns n Roses (Appetite for Destruction) HIM (Greatest Lovesongs Vol. 666) The Sex Pistols (Never Mind the Bollocks) Metallica (Kill 'Em All)
In most cases you are to name the man's name first and then followed by the woman's name. This rule only counts if you are married and/or filling out paper work where it requires names of both genders.
You dont have to cheat you just beat the last level and then you can buy ghost yoda, anakin, and obi-wan or if want to use cheats then at the main menu do this: up left down right three times then R L start select then the debug menu will come and do that and do cheats select all people and anythin…g else you want. P.S. Loadsa money gives you 300,000,000 studs. (MORE)
Last name is the name of the family-father's last name, or mother's last name. First name is the name given to certain member's of the family. For example: John Smith. Smith is the name of the family (father's family or mother's family). John is a specific member of the Smith family.
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His lightsaber was lost in space when Darth Vader A.K.A Anikan Skywalker blew Princess Leai home planet
"not try do or do not there is no try" Luke: I won't fail you I'm not afraid
You need to double jump to get Yoda's hovel. There is no limit for how long you can use it.
You cannot get his hovercraft. However if he has his lightsaber out he walks faster
Actually, knowledge about birthdays in Star Wars are pretty scarce. Since every planet in the Star Wars universe has different rotation periods, length of time, such as number of months per year etc. will be different with every planet
Sarah. Sarah Jay (1756--1802), was the daughter of New Jersey governor William Livingston and wife of John Jay. John Jay was the first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court (1789 to 1795). Martha Washington wasn't the "First Lady." No other former Presidents' wives were either. This is no…t a political statement, but one of historical reference. The First Lady (an honorary title, by the way) in Washingtonian society was always the spouse of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, until a reporter decided to mix things up a bit. Those on the Supreme Court have their jobs until they die, or retire, if they so choose. They are the only such lifetime jobs our government offers. The Presidency was then, and still is, simply a "temp job". Writers of etiquette books, and those in Washington society, were horrified in 1877 when journalist Mary C. Ames referred to Lucy Webb Hayes as "the First Lady of the Land". Prior to Ms. Ames pilfering the "First Lady" title for her article, no references to wives of the President were anything but just that; The wife of the President. Aside from the fact that Washingtonian etiquette prescribed the social duties involved in being a First Lady at that time, and the Supreme Court Justices wives took their duties very seriously, many wives of Presidents were not all too happy that their husbands were running for the office. Some wives were very content to stay in their homes, close by to their friends, and they did not wish to pull up stakes for a move to Washington. Take Anna Harrison for example. She was 66 years old when her husband William Henry Harrison was elected President. She loved her home was not too keen on moving. She had bore many children, and six had died over the years prior to her husband winning the Presidency. She had no political or social agenda, or desires. She is often quoted as saying, "I wish that my husband's friends had left him where he is, happy and contented in retirement." She skipped the festivities in Washington after her husband's win, and decided to wait until after his inauguration to move to Washington. She missed his record breaking inaugural speech in the freezing Washington air. Six weeks into his term, Harrison died from pneumonia and pleurisy. Anna received the news as she was packing to move to Washington D.C. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Who_was_America's_first_first_lady#ixzz1G9xoewtX (MORE)
That depends on several things. In America, the first name is placed first and then the middle and last name follow. My name, for example, is Donna Lee Halper (or just Donna Halper, or Donna L. Halper). But in some Asian countries, like China and Korea, the last name comes first. So, the woman who i…s the President of South Korea is Park Geun-hye; her last name comes first, and she would be referred to as President Park. Back to English, and this is also the same rule for languages like French, Spanish, and Italian. Under normal circumstances, it's your first name, sometimes your middle name or middle initial, and then your last name. But there are some exceptions, most notably in research papers when you are writing your bibliography. Bibliographies require last name and first name, separated by a comma. So, my bibliographic entry would be Halper, Donna Lee (or Halper, Donna L.). (MORE)
Well there are many name books with different names so you have to be specific. Most of the books say that it is Aaron
You have a first name because when you are born your parents pick a name for you so when you get older you can be identified.
The genus is the first part of a scientific name. Note that the genus is always capitalised. An example: Lemur catta is the scientific name of the Ringtailed lemur and Lemur is the genus. Another example: Sphyrna zygaena is the scientific name of one species of Hammerhead shark and Sphyrna… is the genus. (MORE)
Well... maybe there was a guy named uh... maybe Wilson...:) then another Wilson appeared then a person said "Hi Wilson" when they were next to each other and he got confused and then...Next day.... "Hi I'm Wilson and my last name is bill" so then the first last name as then born. l_l
I am not sure what you are asking. Pennsylvania is a state, and does not have a president-- it has a governor. However, when it was founded, for about twelve years, it did have a chief executive who was called a president-- if you are asking about him, the first person to hold this office, beginning… in 1777, was Thomas Wharton Jr. By 1790, the title of the state's chief executive was changed to "Governor." But if you are asking the first president who was born in Pennsylvania, that would be James Buchanan, the 15th president of the United States. In fact, he was the only president born in that state. (MORE)
That is a ridiculous question, and I see no point in trying to ask a question like that.
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The first man to set foot upon the moon was Neil Armstrong on thenight of July 20, 1969. Buzz Aldrin followed Armstrong to thesurface 20 minutes later.
Akbar's first wife was Ruqayya Sultan Begum, daughter of his uncle,Hindal. Twin sons were born to Akbar in 1564, but they died ininfancy. His eldest surviving son was Salim (later Jahangir), whosucceeded him in 1605.