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What is your middle name for?
so ur parents can use it to yell at u
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Grant's birth name was "Hiram Ulysses Grant." When Grant was nominated for West Point, the application was made in the name of "Ulysses S. Grant" (nobody knows why this mistak…e was made). Grant adopted this name while at West Point, and was given the nickname "Sam" (U.S. = "Uncle Sam"). His mother's birth name "Hannah Simpson," and Grant did refer to his mother as "Hannah S. Grant," leading some people to conclude that the "S" stood for "Simpson." However, Grant himself told his friends that the "S" did not stand for anything. Interestingly, Harry S Truman (or is there a period after the 'S'?) had the exact same situation with his name.
Just like your first name, your parents give it to you.
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A middle name is name from which you gain usually from your mother's maiden name. Otherwise, your parents could have given you any middle name they choose.
A middle name is used to honor a friend of your parents, to remember a relative, to sustain use of an important personal name or surname in your family's history, to reference… someone who was famous or important at the time of your birth, or to distinguish you from a relative with a similar personal name and surname. Some families routinely give their children more than one "middle" name, in the fashion of European nobility; while others give no middle names at all. It can also be an identifier for those with relatively common first and last names. There are thousands of John Smiths, but fewer John Robert Smiths. Despite their relatively long existence in Northern America, the phrase "middle name" was not recorded until 1835 in Harvardiana, a periodical of the time. Since 1905, "middle name" has also gained a figurative connotation meaning a notable or outstanding attribute of a person, as in the phrase "________ is my middle name."
Despite their relatively long existence in Northern America, the phrase "middle name" was not recorded until 1835 in Harvardiana, a periodical of the time. Since 1905, "middle… name" gained a figurative connotation meaning a notable or outstanding attribute of a person, as in the phrase "________ is my middle name."
of course watta bout u
From somebody in the family
it's a mixture of your first and last name.
no you dont neccesarily have to have a middle name, but it is common to have one
He was never given one
Your middle name can be anything your parents want it to be. In some cultures and in some families, there is a tradition of giving the mother's maiden name to the first boy, o…r first child as a middle name. In other families, the child's middle name may come from the father or grandfather. There is no set rule.
A second, third, etc given name (first name is first given name). In Russia, Bulgaria, Belarus and Ukraine its called a patronymic. Meaning, that it is based on a dad's name…. Such Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, meaning Vladimir Putin's dad is also "Vladimir" Putin.
to have an extra name