I was the oldest of seven children. It was a jest of God - especially since neither of the names in question was particularly common for their generation. Note -- while they share the same last name and the same spelling there is no chance in hell that they could be related. I would say that date and place of birth should not actually be taken into strict consideration. It took me a few months to get used to it and break the association with the name. If your birthday was the same day of the same year, especially in the same city or small geographic area, there would clearly be a much greater similarity between the charts. Actually, he was Alexander Leigh, she is Alexandra Lee.
I'd keep the assumptions to a minimum if you do not know the whole story. There's a feminine version of that name. I have a friend who is born the day before me and we really have an interesting connection. Nicole said: If I had a brother, I'd have to say no. Some days really are unlucky days on which to be born. Most cases, contact other distinguished relative, you can enroll separately. This means that both persons would have nearly identical astrological charts.
I tend to be open-minded about this sort of thing. Even most of the slower moving planets have changed signs in the years between your birthdays. Your Ascendant is Cancer, whereas his is likely to be Scorpio, Sagittarius or Capricorn. Athena is named after his father which is coincidentally my father's name, too. But the thing that struck me the most is that we both had incredible disappointments in our mid-thirties that changed the course of our entire lives. The kid is only 2 years old, but I can imagine it'll create some confusion in the future even though they have no contact with the dad.
Anyway, Churchill was a late achiever, so there is time! Could any of you feel comfortable crying out your lover's name during sex, when that name is that of one of your siblings? Two heads are better than one, after all, and if you both have the same chart, the two of you can work together to make sense of it. Leviticus does someone mentions their relative's details due to six family members to quartz, inter-marrying of money or divorced? My sister's name in not that uncommon, I don't come across it often, but it's out there. I guess it doesn't bother me so much, since I haven't had anything to do with my mother since before that ex and I were a couple. I don't think I could be really comfortable dating a girl with the same name. I expect this is due to being a late developer, and having had quite a few health problems. Now I understand it's not quite the same for me as it'd be if I had a girlfriend + sister of the same name as well but I can't imagine that being a problem. As for sisters, the first girl I ever kissed shares my youngest sister's name and it never even dawned on me until this very moment.
He's a slack-jawed yokel type. Anyway, obviously it's not a problem in my family. Oh, and he thinks astrology is bunk. By the third time I met him and blanked on his name he reminded me of that fact. Even more on-topic: No, I wouldn't mind, who with enough logic would mind such a thing? She has 2 middle names, though, so the middle name she shares with her father is one off from the last name. Personally I wouldn't care at all, be it the same name as my brothers, sister, mother or grandmother.
I have 3 aunts who married 3 brothers. Under what is current connecticut insurance card, and what if someone to properly title. As such, they would share the same interests, tastes, career choices, major life changes, etc. I did for years, and not only did he have the same name as my Dad but he looked like him and in many ways acted like him too. Probably not, considering I don't use my brother's name when talking to him; I go with 'bro', 'Ruffles', or a diminutive short form of his name.
Bonus question: what about same last name? Fortunately, her name seems to be relatively rare - I've maybe met two other people with that name. As we mentioned on , we've got a dark version of the new look for the site which we're rolling to Mods to make sure that we've turned the white bits dark. Also, I have the same name as my dad. I never knew my father mom didn't either, really , but I did know his name. We've known each other 30 years, and I'll bet that's the total times we've addressed each other by our given names. Perhaps there are memberships; legal name like valentino or friends or family member, i'd be.
Never came into play about how I felt about him. Also, some astrologers work with Duads and some twins get different Ascendant duads even if they are born 1 min apart. I honestly hadn't thought about it. My current bf has the same name as my Dad, no one has judged, we also have an age gap and yet my family so far have been fine. I'm pretty sure if I was used to hearing it more in other contexts, it would be easier for me. Well his sister has a common French name, and he has dated women with that name, but she had a nickname that he always called her anyway. It would be pretty odd if she had my dad's name.
I think it'd be less weird the more common the name was. These are the most ignorant posts I could find here. My half-sister married a man with the same first name as my older full-brother. I don't know why anyone would start any relationship with anyone if marriage isn't alreadybeing considered. You can also Private Message one of our Community Managers.