Kismet

(34 Posts)

Would you assume someone with this name was male or female?

Cote, it is Qismat in Farsi (my family are from Iran) so yes I suppose it is only Persian if the original spelling is retained - still love the word though!

Remus I will duly look into parrot ownership based on your feeling. If it's the only same way I can use the name I may just have to! grin

* sane way, ie not sounding not sane, which possibly I am not succeeding in grin

HappyNewSkyebluesapphire Thu 03-Jan-13 00:26:23

lockets Mine was grey too ! proper dappled grey. I owned her in 1984? ish... She was a right little bitch of a pony :-(

lockets Thu 03-Jan-13 00:30:20

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RiaUnderTheMistletoe Thu 03-Jan-13 00:55:53

A frog. Always reminds me of Kermit.

MsGoldblum Thu 03-Jan-13 01:00:43

Love it! Nobody's said 'Kismet, Hardy!' yet though. sad

HappyNewSkyebluesapphire Thu 03-Jan-13 10:35:05

lockets mine was in north Devon,bought her from Northam Burrows near Bideford.

Viviennemary Thu 03-Jan-13 10:48:10

Never heard of it. But would think it was male.

CoteDAzur Thu 03-Jan-13 19:12:06

Meerkat - Yes, that's what I mean. If you name your girl (I hope) Qismat, that will be reminiscent of your Persian heritage. Kismet is Turkish, not Persian.

By the way, how would you pronounce Qismat?

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