TheaMak….is actually 2 separate words.


Remember the story of me blog? I just logged in one day and found it like this, so I never really had a chance to change the name. Maybe you can, idk, I’m just too lazy to figure it out because wordpress takes AT LEAST 2 minutes to load. Two. whole. minutes. But fyi,

Thea – my name

Mak – me surname

Basil- name of my pet on Pet Society, I kinda like eating basil too…

Blooregard/ Beauregard – Well, Bloo is the name of the little blue thing in FHIF (Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends), his full name is Blooregard Q. Kazoo. And I LOVE that squivshy thing! Bloo’s adorablah! Beauregard, ripped it off Silena Beauregard from Percy Jackson. Apparently it means “nice to look at” in french or something. *perasan*

Thea means…..

Thea \the()-thea\ as a girl’s name is pronounced THEE-ah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Thea is “goddess“. Short form of names like AltheaMathea and Dorothea (Greek) “gift ofGod“. Mythology: the Greek goddess of lightmother of the sunmoon, and dawnActress Téa Leoni.

Thea has 3 variant forms: TeaTheia and Thia.For more information, see also related names Dorothy and Timothea. Baby names that sound like Thea are TheoDeaTayaTe-ThuToya and Toia.

Basil on the other hand, means:

The name Basil (royal, kingly), pronounced /ˈbæzəl/, has origins from the male Greek name Vassilios (GreekΒασίλειος, female versionBασιλική) which first appeared during the Hellenistic period. It is derived from “basileus” (Greek: βασιλεύς) a Greek word of pre-Hellenic origin meaning “king”, from which words such as basilica and basilisk (via Latin), as well as the eponymous herb (via Old French) derive, and the name of the Italian region Basilicata, which had been long under the rule of the Byzantine Emperor (also called basileus).

Just say lah it’s yummy….Thea’s great and all if you’re between the ages of 1-9, but have you ever met a grown up person (yes! A grown perrrsonn) named Thea? No? Well I don’t wanna be that person, and I hate my name.

So just to clear it up, in case you thought my name was Theamak (how would you pronounce that?!)

it’s not. It’s Thea. Mak. Got that?

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