There’s something weird about famous people with middle names that don’t seem to fit their name. A common example is someone who has the very popular first name Jessica, but uses Jess as her middle name.
Another instance is using Robert instead of Raymond or Richard for your last name and then adding –ism or -ist as your middle name. (I will go into more detail about this in the “Robert ISm” section.)
And then there are those people who drop their family nickname when they add their middle initial or full first name. For example, if your parents gave you an unusual first name like Isabella, you might grow up being called just Bella. But once you get famous, everyone calls you Isabella!
It seems like these celebrities want to have both their easy going non-famous self and their professional self under one roof. So why not make it legal? After all, they already pay taxes so why not?
The thing is though, while having two different versions of yourself may be interesting, it can also bring up some questions. Questions like how do I refer to YOU now that you exist alongside YOUR middle name or IDENTITY?
This article will discuss some things most well known people do with their middle name and what others do to address THIS new version of themselves. It will also talk about why some people use their own middle name and why other people don't feel right doing it.
The name Jordan comes from the place in the Bible where Jesus is said to have walked across. In fact, his walking here was so famous that it gave His children a middle name!
The Book of Luke tells us about this walk through Jericho with these words:
"And it came to pass, as they were coming down the mountain, their disciples asked Jesus what city they should say he had chosen to be his home. And he weaved some stories for them." (Luke 9:23)
Jesus pointed out that He had intended to go into Jerusalem but that the people there would not accept Him so instead He chose the desert as His home.
After telling this story, the bible says that His followers called this person who lived in the wilderness by the same name "Judaism", which means "[the] God [who] judges". This makes sense because Judaism is the religion founded by this person!
This person's family eventually settled in Israel and spread Christianity throughout Asia and Europe.
Many people are familiar with my middle name, but few know how I got it! It is not something that I usually like to talk about, however, it has played an important part in my career as well as my life.
As you probably already guessed, my full legal first and last names are Jordan. This is due to where I was born and raised – in North Carolina!
My parents chose this specific name for me when I was very young because they wanted me to appreciate nature and the rivers in our area. As I grew up, this became more significant to me as I learned about myself and what kind of person I am.
I have always loved water and enjoyed spending time by it or swimming in it. Even now as an adult, I love taking long walks along the beach or downriver. It feels good to be surrounded by so much natural beauty and do things that I enjoy.
This article will discuss some interesting facts related to the Jordan River and why it is famous.
The most famous person with my middle name is probably not what you would expect. He’s known for writing some beautiful, romantic poetry that has inspired many to compare their own lives to his characters’. His work is considered among the greatest achievements in literary history because he wrote about love in all its forms – between men and women, husbands and wives, friends, family, and even God.
The writer of this book is called “the apostle of love” and one of Jesus’ closest disciples — his lover. This doesn't mean that he was married or had children, but there is no doubt that he loved the Lord deeply and lived out his life as an example of how to show others love.
His writings are so popular today that they have been translated into more than 60 languages and made into films and TV shows. Many people know at least part of his work from school, church, or personal relationships. Others read him for the first time in college or beyond.
There are several reasons why his verses have stayed popular for generations. For one thing, his poems often describe complex emotions like desire, longing, hope, regret, jealousy, and acceptance. They can be fun to read and apply to different situations in your life.
Another reason is that his works include rich metaphors and illustrations. These help make his messages clearer and easier to understand.
As noted before, her given first name is Jane (no roman numeral attached) but she always goes by Jo. Her family uses “Rowling” as her last name because his grandfather was named Roland William Rowling.
So why do we not know what her second initial is? It is because she incorporated it into her professional identity when she made the literary career for herself.
She did this by creating an online platform where she could share her work with people all over the world. This way, her followers would recognize her as Jane Rowing, or just Rowling if you like that better.
This also gave her the opportunity to use her middle name in such ways as adding it to email addresses, websites, and business cards.
Her middle name is actually Jorge Luis Aloma Medina, which she only shares with close friends and family. But having your own unique middle name can help establish yourself as a person of importance.
First, there is basketball player Jordan Clarkson, who was born James Carlton Jorden on March 24, 1992. He is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Clarkson played high school basketball at South Oakford High School in his hometown of Oakford, California before transferring to Findlay Prep in Nevada where he became one of the top recruits in the country.
As many of you know, my middle name is Hussein. This is the Arabic version of Abraham, which is also my father’s given name.
It comes from the prophet Muhammad who called his followers to convert back to Islam or face extinction in the same way that Jews were being persecuted at the time. His call resonated deeply with many Arabs because it echoed their own experiences as victims of persecution and discrimination.
His message was so compelling that eventually most Muslims believe he was sent by Allah to be Prophet and leader of the Islamic faith.
In fact, some experts say that if someone else performed similar acts of bravery and selflessness in the service of others, they might have received the very same label.
People often use “inspiration” to describe what drove him. And I always thought that was flattery, but now I realize there is truth behind it.
He inspired me to do hard things, to keep trying even when I didn’t feel like it, to work harder than everyone else, to never give up. He made me want to live life to the fullest and to help other people find happiness.
So, yes, sometimes I feel like I am living in a movie or a book.
But I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t really mean what I said in that speech eight years ago. Because it changed everything. It gave us hope for a brighter future.
As you can probably tell, my middle name is not really ‘Michael’! I got this name because of who I consider to be one of the greatest basketball players ever- Michael Jordan. When I was in high school, he was already very famous and well respected; there were even talks about him being awarded the NBA championship ring before he actually won it.
He had several top championships during his career, so his reputation as a winner clearly set him apart from other professional athletes at that time.
But what made him different than most other professionals is how he carried himself off the court. He always gave his full effort while playing sports, which is an important quality for someone who wants to succeed at their favorite sport.
This article will talk more about why having a strong personal bond with your teammates is crucial to success in football. But first, let us look at the qualities that make someone successful in soccer or any team sport.
As you can probably tell, my middle name is quite famous. In fact, it’s so famous that many people refer to me as just ‘Jordan’ or even ‘Natalie’!
It’s a very popular stage surname in America. Many people with this last name are not actually related to each other but they have shared their experiences of being called Jordana or even Jordan!
Some celebrities who use this as part of their stage name include Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez. They all add their first name to make it their own unique identifier. For example, Taylor Swift is known for her music and career success under the moniker Taylor Swift while her real name is Tamara Grace.
I never really liked my middle name when I was younger because I felt like it didn’t fit me. But as I got older, I came to appreciate it more. It made me feel special and important – which is what names should do!
Now that I think about it, maybe my parents picked my middle name because they wanted to create a legacy for me? A legacy that says “here we are 50 years later and people still recognize this name”.