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  • My paternal grandfather.
  • An Elvis Costello song about a sexual predator. ^_^
  • St. Theresa of the roses.
  • Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farms LOL jk ;)
  • My mums sister.
  • I'm not sure. Either Rip Torn or Rip Van Winkle. (My parents SWEAR they didn't take drugs...!)
  • My Aunty's husband's mother.
  • Some character from a soap opera that my mom thought looked cute.
  • I think my mom named me after Robert Taylor ( http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001791/ ) but they always called me Brian. :p AFAIK (as far as I know) she wasn't influenced by anyone specifically in naming me Brian.
  • Well my mam always liked Katie and lyndsey but couldnt choose when I was born so she got the two and choose Katelyn! lol :)
  • My father, unfortunately.
  • My godfather, who was a close friend of my father.
  • Christopher. * Christopher is the English version of a Europe-wide name derived from the Ancient Greek ΧριστÏŒφορος (Khristóphoros). The name means “Christ-bearer”, or more literally “Bearer of the anointed one”. The constituent parts are χρίστος (khrístos) "anointed one" and φέρειν (phérein) "to carry". The name originates in the Christian legend of St. Christopher. In English, Christopher may be abbreviated as, Chris, Kit, Topher, Toph, Cris, Kris or Xtopher http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher As an English given name, Christopher has been in general use since the 15th century. In Denmark it was borne by three kings (their names are usually spelled Christoffer), including the 15th-century Christopher of Bavaria who also ruled Norway and Sweden. Other famous bearers include Italian explorer Christopher Columbus (1451-1506), English playwright Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593), and the fictional character Christopher Robin from A. A. Milne's 'Winnie-the-Pooh' books. http://www.behindthename.com/name/christopher CHRISTOPHER Gender: Male Origin: Greek Meaning: Christ-Bearer http://www.zelo.com/firstnames/findresults.asp?name=Christopher The usual short form of Christopher is Chris. There is also Chrissie (more popular as a girl’s name) and, now old-fashioned, Kit. In Scotland and Ireland Christie and Christie are more common, and sometimes given as names in their own right. The girls’ names Christine, Christina and so on are similar, but are feminine forms of Christian rather than Christopher. There is a name Christophine, but it is very rare. http://www.blurtit.com/q594585.html Chris·to·pher (kris′tÉ™ fÉ™r) Christopher, Saint (3d cent. ); Christian martyr of Asia Minor: patron saint of travelers: his day is July 25 http://www.yourdictionary.com/christopher
  • My dear late mother.
  • My DAD;)
  • My grandfather and an uncle who died long before I was born.
  • My middle name is "Gail". I was named after my grandmother.
  • Some song from the 70s, I have no clue. I just know its a song.
  • My father and his father.
  • Some name my mother found in a dumb baby name book!

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