So the situation is: I live in a house with my ex boyfriend (we split up over a year ago, mutual decision as we weren t ever going to get married or could see a future together) and his friend as we are all at college/university together. Recently I have been hooking up with said friend. When I told my ex, he went mental, doesn t speak to either of us and the friend wont speak to me either. My ex says he is hurt beause it is his friend I have got with (kissing, touching and that s it) His friend outright lied to him and said I was making it all up. Thoughts please? Bear in mind my ex sees other girls, brings them round to our house and in that regard has seemed to move well on from me.1 AnswerSingles & Dating4 years ago
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Aliza (Hebrew, means joyful, pronounced Ah-lee-za)
Which do you like most and least?12 AnswersBaby Names5 years ago
Amna (am-na, an arabic name)
Aliza (aleeza, hebrew name)
Lucia (loo chee a or loosha)
Noura (noo-ra NOT nor-a, another popular arabic name)
Imaan (Imarn, arabic and means faith)
Iram25 AnswersBaby Names5 years ago
I like the name Aliza (alee-za) for a daughter, it is Hebrew and means joyful. I have found online that this is a name used mainly by Jewish ladies and a few Muslim ones. My question is, is it ok for a muslim to have a Hebrew name that seems to be more associated with Jews? may this cause any practical problems for her?2 AnswersRamadan5 years ago
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Effie instead of Essie.
I like it, there was a character in the tv show skins called Effy and her full name was Elizabeth. Effy is usually used as a nickname for Euphemia, an older fashioned name.