Monday, October 23, 2006

How Many?
LogoThere is:
person with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

Well, I got this from Barbara - thought it was interesting. I entered in my full first name and got a zero (0). When I entered in the first name I go by I got one (1) - I'm assuming the ONE is me. I'm not sure if this is good or bad.

Pretty cool! Give it a shot and let me know what you get.


euphrony said...

There's 39 of me! I didn't realize I was so common. Mabe I should legally change my name to Euphrony - the name is so uncommon its not even on their list.

R said...

There are 22 of me.

Yikes. That sort of bugs me.

Anonymous said...

I think it's very cool that there is only one of you! There was 19 of my real name and I was surprised since my last name is so uncommon!

Kinda fun, huh?


Anonymous said...

There are 3,294 people with my name. 99.9% of people with my first name (Lisa) are female... *Huh?*

Funky-Redhead said...

Well if there are 6 of me...I should be getting a whole lot more DONE!!!

Anne said...

Euphrony - that sure would be different. How you just name your new addition "Euphrony" when he gets here?

Rachel - There's higher chance of being confused with someone else.

Barbara - This WAS pretty cool.

Moo - WOW, you have a huge chance of being confused with another person.

FunkR - You ain't kidding.

euphrony said...

We've given it a lot of thought, but we've decided to go with a name slightly more traditional than Euphrony for our baby. Call us comformists.

Anonymous said...

This is cool. There are 17,998 Clare's in the USA but no one has my surname, which is actually not true as I do have relatives in the USA :). Thanks for this.

Foo said...

It's broken. According to the site, there are NO people in the U.S. with my name.

I know for a fact that there's at least 1.

Maybe a bit of grammatical precision would have helped. I can still hear Mrs. Matthews, my 100-year-old 7th grade English teacher, drilling us on the use of "other". There may be 0 other people with my name, but there's definitely 1.