What are some male two sided names?
I'm trying to write a book and I need a two sided name for my main character.
Sorry that it wasn't clear enough, by two sided I mean two faced. He is protrade as the good guy but is the one causing the problems and fooling everyone.
What do you MEAN?
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I am not familiar with the term "two-sided name", and considering that none of the other respondents seems to have any idea what you mean by it either, I'll assume that it's not the proper term for what you're asking about. Perhaps you are looking for what's called a "double barrel" or "double barreled" name, which normally refers to a pair of surnames joined together, sometimes with a hyphen and sometimes without one, such as "Ross-Denby." In some places, notably the USA, many people bestow double-barrel given names on their kids, so you meet plenty of people called "Jimmy Ray" or "Emma Rose."
- LomaxLv 45 months ago
Janus was the Roman god of doorways, also of beginnings and endings. He is depicted as having two faces, looking in opposite directions. January is named after him.
- Sir CausticLv 75 months ago
What about "Mr. Heads 'n' Tails"? During the day he could be a mild-mannered accountant called "Colin" (Heads) who uses his head counting other peoples' money but at night he transforms into "Foxy Freddy" (Tails) when he dons his full furry fox costume and dances the night away at the "Pervy Fur Bar"?
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- MarliLv 75 months ago
Do you mean gender neutral names of both men and women, like Leslie/Lesley, Madison, Dallas, Marion (not Marian. I knew a woman named Marion)?
- MsBittnerLv 75 months ago
I have no idea what you mean by the term "two sided name." Can you explain and give some examples?
Without knowing the term, I can only guess you mean names like Robert=Bob, or John=Jack.