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Anamika means without a name. The name also means someone beautiful whose name is unknown. It is also a word which denotes ring ringer or a lady with beautiful fingers. As you may know that the name of the person reflects the virtues desired one without a name is considered without limitations of virtues associated with a particular name and therefore means one who has all the virtues. In other words, Anamika is a person who does not have a future written at the time of birth but who makes her future by her own efforts.
The name 'Richard' comes from the French origin. In French The meaning of the name Richard is: Powerful; strong ruler. A Teutonic name from the European Middle Ages. England's King Richard Coeur de Lion was a crusading knight.
The name 'Craig' comes from the Gaelic origin. In Gaelic The meaning of the name Craig is: Dwells at the Crag. A crag is a steep, rugged rock.
So basically, if we get into a fight, I'll win.lol
My sisters had horses, but actually I am not a lover of horses at all. I did learn to ride, but never thought of it as an enjoyable activity.
It didn't help that the horse we had longest was a 16 hander who disliked men. He was smart enough not to try to really hurt anyone, but craftily nasty. If he could get you where he he could casually pin you against a fence by leaning, he;d do it and pretend not to notice that you were stuck and finding it hard to breathe. When I rode him, he'd swerve for low hanging branches. He'd never do either of those things to my sisters.
These things didn't endear me to the idea of riding. That and shoveling the mountains of poop he'd produce daily. No, I am no lover of horses :-)
According to my two *exwives, my name means a lot of things, nearly all of which can't be enumerated here. But to appease them, I've asked to be cremated when I die, because of the phrase they use about them wanting me burning somewhere warmish.
*(BTW, I have nothing against women or marriage.)
The books say my name means judged by God while pushing a cart.
I think my name means something different: Better off and happier than I've ever been in my life.
Nope, not darn women, really. I just made a couple of wrong choices. But I hung in there and worked hard. 24 years total. 23 years to the first wife. (The second was a big mistake and 15 trips to ER in one year for addictions.) It's taken the first one and I almost 8 years to be civil to each other, but she is a good woman. I met her boyfriend, shook his hand and told him thank you for being such a good friend to my children and to her. He dropped his jaw and was speechless. I wish them well.