Numerology and Names
- Two, as it's the first multiple of one, represents pairs and harmony.
People with number two names are generally followers who are happy to keep the peace and are not very interested in power struggles. They are seekers of balance in their lives, are often artistic and exhibit a flare for imagination, but they can also be moody, self-conscious, dependent, and hypersensitive. These people are often artists, psychologists, authors, and even accountants and attorneys as they like to help others create solutions to their problems.
Two names that are currently popular include:
- Three is the number of the Trinity and is believed to indicate all stages of life – past, present, and future.
It's considered a lucky number, as many threes seem to have amazingly good fortune in their lives. People with number three names are often hardworking and ambitious and are motivated by accomplishment and success. Many of these people also have a deep need for expression and are exceptional communicators, finding their callings as entertainers, artists, business leaders, or politicians. On the downside, they can be quick to judge, boastful, dictatorial, and vain. Because they like to tackle many challenges at once, they can seem scatterbrained or unfocused.
Popular three names:
- Think of the quality of a good foundation – four square corners, right? – and you'll have the basic quality of the number four.
This is the most solid number of them all, and people who have names with this number are solid, down-to-earth, and dependable as well. They're often the foundation upon which great companies and empires are built, as they're efficient, loyal, and organized, as well as very practical. They can also be overcautious and dull, and they're generally not very ambitious. With their love of structure, they tend to gravitate toward careers as architects, bankers, engineers, scientists, and mathematicians. When they make a career decision, they often stay with it for life.
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Excerpted from The Complete Idiot's Guide to Baby Names © 1999 by Sonia Weiss. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. Used by arrangement with Alpha Books, a member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.
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