My name is Patricia. I didn't like my name when I was a kid but grew to get used to it. Now that I'm an adult I do like my name and like being called Patricia. I used to get called just about every version of Patricia that you can think of. Pat, Patty, Trish, Trisha, Theresa, and the list goes on. Like I said when I was a kid I really didn't care which version I got. My mother however did. Her name is also Patricia. She goes by Pat. She would make such a fuss if people called me Pat. She would say,"My name is Pat. She's Patricia". Maybe that's why I didn't really care what people called me. When I got older I discovered that I am a Patricia.
Meaning of the Name Patricia
There is much to know about a name such as it's orgins and meaning some information I found on my name. (photo from http://www.i-am-pregnant.com/names/boys/Patricia) Patricia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia PATRICIA, is a common female given name of Latin origin. It is derived from the Latin word patrician, meaning "noble." The masculine form of the name is Patrick. The name Patricia was the second most common female name in the United States according to the 1990 US Census.[verification needed] It is commonly shortened to 'Pat', 'Pati/Paty', 'Patsy', 'Patty/Patti/Pattie', 'Trish' or 'Trisha/Tricia'. These diminutives are sometimes used as names in their own right. Another well-known variant of this is 'Patrice'. According to Social Security Administration records, the use of the name for newborns peaked at #3 from 1937-1943 in the USA, after which it dropped in popularity reaching a low of #442 in 2007. From 1928 to 1967, the name was ranked among the top #11 female names. In Portuguese and Spanish-speaking countries, the name Patricia is common as well, while in Italy Patrizia is the form, in Polish, the variant is Patrycja. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia) Patricia meaning and name origin Patricia \p(a)-tri-cia, pat-ricia\ as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Patricia), is pronounced pa-TRISH-ah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Patricia is "noble; patrician". Feminine form of Patrick. The Romans once were divided socially and politically into two major classes, the plebeians and the patricians. To be patrician meant one was highly ranked, an aristocrat. The name became popular when it was used for one of Queen Victoria's granddaughters. It is also popular nowadays in Spain. Singers Patti LaBelle, Patsy Cline, Pat Benatar; choreographer Trisha Brown; actresses Patty Duke, Patricia Neal, Patricia Arquette; First Lady Pat Nixon; Congresswoman Pat Schroeder. Patricia has 21 variant forms: Pat, Patreece, Patreice, Patrica, Patrice, Patricka, Patrina, Patrisha, Patrisse, Patrizia, Patryce, Patsy, Patte, Pattee, Pattey, Patti, Pattie, Patty, Tricia, Trish and Trisha. For more information, see also the related name Latrice. Baby names that sound like Patricia are Beatrice and Beatrisa. Popularity of Patricia Patricia is a very popular first name for women (#2 out of 4276) and also a very popular surname or last name for all people (#23512 out of 88799). (1990 U.S. Census)
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I am a very PATIENT person, sometimes I think a little to PATIENT.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia PATIENCE is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties. Patience is the level of endurance one's character can take before negativity. It is also used to refer to the character trait of being steadfast.
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an·gel [eyn-juhl] -noun 1. one of a class of spiritual beings; a celestial attendant of god. In medieval angelology, angels constituted the lowest of the nine celestial orders (seraphim, cherubim, thrones, dominations or dominions, virtues, powers, principalities or princedoms, archangels, and angels). 2. a conventional representation of such a being, in human form, with wings, usually in white robes. 3. a messenger, especially of God. 4. a person who performs a mission of God or acts as if sent by God: an angel of mercy. 5. a person having qualities generally attributed to an angel, as beauty, purity, or kindliness. 6. a person whose actions and thoughts are consistently virtuous. 7. an attendant or guardian spirit. 8. a deceased person whose soul is regarded as having been accepted into heaven.
Angels On Amazon(http://media.photobucket.com/image/trustworthy/JarJar_Fett/125-Trustworthy.jpg?o=8) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Trustworthiness is a moral value considered to be a virtue. A trustworthy person is someone in whom you can place your trust and rest assured that the trust will not be betrayed. A person can prove their trustworthiness by fulfilling an assigned responsibility - and as an extension of that, not to let down expectations. The responsibility can be either material, such as delivering a mail package on time, or it can be non-material such as keeping an important secret to themselves. A trustworthy person is someone that you can tell your worries and secrets to and know they won't repeat them without your permission. In general, in order for trust to be earned, worth and integrity must be proven over time.. is for RESILIENT.
Photo from http://douglaslrichardson.com/category/social-media/ I am RESILIENT. I've hit the wall and bounced back many a time. reÂ·silÂ·ient (r-zlynt) http://www.thefreedictionary.com/resilient adj. 1. Marked by the ability to recover readily, as from misfortune. 2. Capable of returning to an original shape or position, as after having been compressed. resilient adj 1. (Physics / General Physics) (of an object or material) capable of regaining its original shape or position after bending, stretching, compression, or other deformation; elastic 2. (of a person) recovering easily and quickly from shock, illness, hardship, etc.; irrepressible resiliently adv
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is for INTELLIGENT I am very INTELLIGENT. I know what 2 plus 2 is. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/intelligent inÂ·telÂ·liÂ·gent [in-tel-i-juhnt] -adjective 1. having good understanding or a high mental capacity; quick to comprehend, as persons or animals: an intelligent student. 2. displaying or characterized by quickness of understanding, sound thought, or good judgment: an intelligent reply. 3. having the faculty of reasoning and understanding; possessing intelligence: intelligent beings in outer space.
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is for ARTIST I'll paint you a picture because a ARTIST is what I am! http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/artist artÂ·ist [ahr-tist] -noun 1. a person who produces works in any of the arts that are primarily subject to aesthetic criteria. 2. a person who practices one of the fine arts, especially a painter or sculptor. 3. a person whose trade or profession requires a knowledge of design, drawing, painting, etc.: a commercial artist. 4. a person who works in one of the performing arts, as an actor, musician, or singer; a public performer: a mime artist; an artist of the dance. 5. a person whose work exhibits exceptional skill. 6. a person who is expert at trickery or deceit: He's an artist with cards. 7. Obsolete . an artisan.
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