Why Am I Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior?
History of Rheumatoid Arthritis “Warrior”?
My name rhymes with lots of things. None of them pretty. Enjoy imagining… I am not putting it here. I hated that name as a kid.
When I got older, those bookmarks with names became popular. Everyone was glad to see his name in print with the etymology of the name proudly displayed. Not me.
My name has a meaning that was not so cool or cute to a girl. The derivation is an Old Irish (Celtic) word “ceallach” meaning “war.” So, literally, it is “warrior.” Why would we call a girl that?
Accordingly, most of the little wall signs and bookmarks put a genteel spin on it. I had ones that said “bold,” “sustainer of virtue,” and “warrioress.” I had various versions from well-meaning friends.
I tried to like it. But it was a far cry from the connotation of my friends’ names – “beautiful,” or “graceful,” “soft,” and “kind.”
The day that I decided that my undertaking on the net would be called Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior, I realized the “co-incidence” in the name “warrior.” I knew I was doing the right thing. I knew it was my role to fight.
Today, I am proud of my name. I don’t think I would change it if I could. “Soft” does not fulfill the qualifications for certain jobs.
If you enjoyed the name history of RA Warrior, maybe you’ll want to look up your own using the same sites.
According to yeah baby, names can have multiple origins which create various meanings. Amusingly, a list of origins follows. Every Kelly entry is “warrior.”
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