Meghan: Urban Dictionary

I was wondering what my name meant. I already knew the origin and meaning of it from the time I was born. It means “Pearl” which ironically is my great-grandmother on my Papaw’s side. Her name was Pearle, apparently the unique names run in the family. My nana’s real name was Ruth. When she got adopted her parents named her Dona. She said she’s always had problems with people either spelling it wrong or proannouncing it wrong. It’s the same as “Donna” just if you’re wondering. My mom’s middle name is Leah. It’s different and use to be hard to find anywhere. My cousin and I were both born with unique spellings. Her name is Kristi, I always had trouble spelling it right. So far, the great-grandkids all have right spellings.

I got a little sidetracked. Oh well. My name apparently means a lot of things. That’s only looking on Urban Dictionary and I got a good laugh on what people think my name really means. Which is good, and yet bad depending on how each “Meghan” are in their lives. Here are a few funny sumits I found on the site.

“Meghan is the name for a skanky slutty ho born to backwoods retard parents who cannot spell correctly.”

“The most amazingly beautiful person to ever set foot on the planet. Commonly a girl with a heart bigger than the Earth itself, yet likes to deny it, some one who is musically talented in more ways than one, they can sing, dance, perform and compose. A Meghan is hard to understand, usually they are considered to be a purple beast when it comes to having a great time in life. Meghan’s are easy to fall head over heels in love with and so hard to forget, you want to be with a Meghan no matter what once you meet one. Knowing a Meghan personally I can deeply express the love and devotion I feel for mine, I wanna stand by her side forever and nothing will stop me. A Meghan, in simpler words, is perfection in the eyes of every person imaginable.”

“A crazy beautiful girl who is down to earth and will always be there for her best friends. The girl that every guy wants to be with and every girl wants to be.”

I had to post the first one. It was just too funny not to, and I kept the “r” word because I didn’t think you’d get it without it. That’s the only time you’ll see the word, it’s in a quote. The other two some of my family members could probably agree with, but I didn’t think they were me to a T. So I went with this last one and I love it.

“Usually quiet, but very gorgeous and loves to make new friends. Not the slutty kind. Hates backstabbers. Very intelligent and loves to learn new things. Meghan is the most awesome person you could meet on earth. She’s one of a kind.”

What’s your middle name? Do you like it?

My middle name is Elizabeth. It’s a common name. An old-fashion name. Although its name that’s old-fasioned, somehow I got stuck with two very popular names. Meghan and Elizabeth. One with a different spelling and the other is just long. Hell, my full name is long. I don’t like it that long. I like short and unique names. So to answer the second question on my title, do you like it? Do I like my middle name? Yes, it does have its perks. Because since I have unique spelling first name and old name as my middle name. I want to name my kids, mostly girls with original first names and old middle names.

My sister Emily has the same but for her its backwards. She has the old name as a first and unique middle name(s). I’m still jealous of her for having the two middle names instead of just one like I do. She has the short name and unique middle names. That’s what I like. What the hell? However though, her middle name is Lindsey-Mae. It makes her full name a lot longer than mine. So I probably shouldn’t complain that much, actually both of our names are long. I’d like to know why our parents wanted us to have long names. My mom’s name is short. Dad’s medium conpared to both of ours combined. It’s just weird. Oh, if you’re wondering. She doesn’t even like her middle name(s) either.