Should i change my Arabic name to a Christian/European one? im not Muslim but...

Landon Collins
Landon Collins

Should i change my Arabic name to a Christian/European one? im not Muslim but having an Arabic name while looking brown makes everyone think im Muslim

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Angel Kelly
Angel Kelly

You live in Turkey, does it make much of a difference?

Nathaniel Long
Nathaniel Long

change your name to jose and larp as a latino

Thomas Campbell
Thomas Campbell

christian/european

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Mason Robinson
Mason Robinson

I have white skin and I want a name that fits everywhere in Europe/West. I think Alexander is a good name.

William Jenkins
William Jenkins

I'd consider suicide

Nathaniel Wood
Nathaniel Wood

i live online so it does
i was told i could pass as a mexican desu

Thomas Cruz
Thomas Cruz

S-SORRY VARG DONT STAB ME PLEAS- AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH

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Grayson Myers
Grayson Myers

No, Mexicans have a distinct look. Unless they are completely Iberian, I mean. The ones that are half native have a really distinct look that isn't found in Europe

Jackson Brown
Jackson Brown

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Grayson Fisher
Grayson Fisher

if you want a christian name get christened
or just take a more neutral greek sounding name

Ryder Foster
Ryder Foster

Krinç ve gavathaplı

tfw 2 names
tfw one is Hebrew, the other one is Turkic
tfw I can Anglicise my biblical (Hebrew) name
t. Aaron

Nolan Fisher
Nolan Fisher

any suggestions?

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Cameron Mitchell
Cameron Mitchell

harun abi? :DDddd

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Jack Richardson
Jack Richardson

Juan Barak

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Mason Sanders
Mason Sanders

Μουχαμμεδός

Nolan Taylor
Nolan Taylor

Aren't there any non-Muslim names or some that resemble European names by accident? Aren't there some Turks called Kemal for example?

Jeremiah Robinson
Jeremiah Robinson

Muhammed Abdullah Arapoğlu

Alexander Carter
Alexander Carter

komik mi ulan

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Brayden Kelly
Brayden Kelly

al sanada bir tekme

does Kemal sound European to you?

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Isaac Rogers
Isaac Rogers

dunno
thomas, joseph, george, matthew, francis, etc. - those are christian western names

Isaiah Torres
Isaiah Torres

ben ol
yıllarca millet bu espiriyi yapsın
hâlâ neyle alâkalı olduğunu bilme
Üzüyor user

Kemal is actually Turkic. It's mostly "Qamal" in other Turkic languages and it means "castle, fortress" etc.

There are non-muslim names, like Onur (French), Melis (Greek), Harun (Hebrew) and so on

Jayden Wilson
Jayden Wilson

kemal arapça kamal dan gelmiyor mu?

Xavier Torres
Xavier Torres

Onur (French)
what's the original form? the only name we have that resembles is "Omer" which comes from OHG

Sebastian Hughes
Sebastian Hughes

If your motivation for doing this was the NZ shooting, changing your name won't make you any safer. Retards that go out and do this shit are just triggered by your skin and don't really care if you're a Muslim or not.
If you just don't want to be confused as a Muslim, then sure I think it could be a fine idea.

Kayden Barnes
Kayden Barnes

only brainlets think arab=muslim.
I see americans on here calling our muslim's "arabs" all the time even though most of our muslims are pakistani

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Camden Perez
Camden Perez

honneur

Austin James
Austin James

Omer
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omer_Vrioni

Hunter Clark
Hunter Clark

European
Implying Europeans don't have Semitic names

Benjamin - Bünyamin
Aaron - Harun
Jacob - Yakup
Joseph - Yusuf
Abraham - İbrahim
Jesus - İsa
etc etc

Obviously from Honour

There might be other French names idk
French (linguistic) influence is massive
There are 5k French words in Turkish, the second biggest loan-source after Arabic (6k)

Yok, Anadolu Ajansı'nın cumhuriyet döneminden açıklaması var bu konuya ilişkin.

Aaron Williams
Aaron Williams

[1] Atatürk'ün Kemal yerine kullandığı bu adla ilgili olarak Atatürk hayatta iken Anadolu Ajansı tarafından şöyle bir açıklama yapılmıştır: "İstihbaratımıza nazaran, Atatürk'ün taşıdığı Kamâl adı Arapça bir kelime olmadığı gibi, Arapça Kemal kelimesinin delâlet ettiği manada da değildir. Atatürk'ün muhafaza edilen öz adı, Türkçe 'ordu ve kale' manasında olan Kamâl'dır. Son 'â' üstündeki tahfif işareti 'l'i yumuşattığı için, telâffuz hemen hemen Arapça 'Kemal' telâffuzuna yaklaşır." (Niyazi Ahmet Banoğlu, Atatürk'ün İstanbul'daki Hayatı, 2. cilt, Millî Eğitim Matbaası, 1974, s. 131) Ancak doğrudan doğruya kale ve ordu anlamına gelen kamâl sözcüğüne sözlüklerde rastlanılmamaktadır. Özbekçenin açıklamalı bir sözlüğü olan Oʻzbek tilining izohli lugʻati adlı sözlükte qamal sözcüğünün tanımında bu iki sözcük birlikte geçmektedir: Şehir, kale, ordu vb.ni teslim olmaya zorlamak amacıyla düşman koşunlarını kuşatmaya alma ve bu durumda tutma; kuşatma, muhasara.
[2] Özbekçedeki qamal sözcüğü Kazakçada da bulunmakta olup "kale" ve "sur" anlamlarına gelmektedir.

Alexander Watson
Alexander Watson

The problem is that those names still sound very Muslim to European ears. Aren't there any names that are 1:1 to some Western names?

Jason Flores
Jason Flores

aaah okay, nice
lel

Angel Clark
Angel Clark

If your motivation for doing this was the NZ shooting
yes

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Jackson Parker
Jackson Parker

inb4 Hans Bilal
I don't know, prolly not
except maybe for some names from Greek, Italian, and French

Jose Lee
Jose Lee

there is a german on Jow Forums named denis. turkish version is deniz :DDd

Jeremiah Gomez
Jeremiah Gomez

Take a German name? Muhammad muha al Mohammad is pretty popular here.

Jose Stewart
Jose Stewart

turkish german*

Levi Lee
Levi Lee

not Möhämmaden von El-Berlîniyye
bluepilled

Camden Wright
Camden Wright

you can take a turkish name and then convert it to something western

i mean like how americans call boban marjanovic bobby

Gabriel Nguyen
Gabriel Nguyen

My name is Armin and everyone also thinks I'm Bosniak even though I'm from catholic background. But idgaf. If it annoys you so much just change it rather to Mongolian one cause people will mistake you for greek or italian if you have semitic name but with latin/hebrew pronounciation.

Colton Collins
Colton Collins

well yes goy, change your name to a biblical one and remember to cut off your penis as to not spread your brown genes.
You may live by the name of Peter now.

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Jordan Roberts
Jordan Roberts

Kemal is arabic

Name yourself Musa and larp as a jew

Carson Price
Carson Price

There are 3 types of Dennis here in Germany. Dennis with 2 n are usually German with 1 n are usually Russian and with z at the end are turks.

Adrian Martinez
Adrian Martinez

yeah but its pretty much 1:1 isnt it.

Ethan Hughes
Ethan Hughes

Changes your name to KARAboganin

Austin Scott
Austin Scott

Light-skinned turks that change their names are my worst nightmare because who knows,I might have not killed a Turk passing him for a non-turk.
Please don't change your name.

Dominic Hughes
Dominic Hughes

pick a native turk name dumbass
s m h at this thread

Logan Nguyen
Logan Nguyen

All these crazy nationalist Turks with Arabic names
Mustafa Kemal himself had an Arabic name

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Lucas Evans
Lucas Evans

Kostas Konstantinou

You will fit right in.

Jason Brown
Jason Brown

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