Monday, September 25, 2006
An Irish what?
Apparently I am named after the Irish goddess of fertility, cattle, and prosperity, who is also known for comforting and teaching the dying (Wikipedia).
Cattle? What do they mean? I am not even Amit Varma.
Comments to An Irish what?
Amman became Anann?
posted by Ravages3:26 pm, September 26, 2006
CC: Are you talking about the mythological goddess Raja Gaelic Amman? Ramanarayan also made a film by that name starring Amala.
posted by Anand9:54 pm, September 26, 2006
LOL! Naanum naanum! :)
posted by Anu7:21 am, October 01, 2006
Hey dude wake up ur thinking across the ocean... "Anand is a common Indian name which, in Sanskrit, means joy or bliss. The speciality of this name is that it doesn't have an antonym. Anand is a common word in more than 22 languages, including Punjabi."
posted by10:10 pm, October 01, 2006
Dey what's your gmail id? sumank at gmail is mine.
posted by Suman12:16 am, October 02, 2006
Anu: You Irish too?
Anon: Shit! Thanks mate, I never knew that!
posted by Anand10:22 pm, October 03, 2006
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