Tell us a little about yourself.
Thank you bro.Musa wrote:haha Muslims are taking over philsophynow forum.
Welcome my dear sister
*ps. Iya is really the coolest person out there, and none of you are truly cool until you know Iya. So meet my friend Iya.
Psssshhh.. ai eez not that kewl dawg.
Iya doesn't know how to speak English yet, so I'll translate. (actually she does speak it fine...and I will never comprehend why she used so much Arabic on a non-Muslim site. But that's Iya).
Peace be upon youIya wrote:Salaam Alaikum,
Female version of MuslimIya wrote:I'm a Muslimah.
Just because you're a friend doesn't mean I actually like youIya wrote:I'm friends with Musa.
The word Tukloo literally means "Bald" in Urdu. Iya is trying to get the word famous for meaning Idiot. We'll never understand why, and we are considering sending her off to a mental assylum.Iya wrote:I like the word "Tukloo."
That would be nice.Iya wrote:And... I need a life.
Litearlly means "reward" but used as "thanks". If you say "JazakAllah", it means "May Allah reward you".Iya wrote:Jazaks.
Hi. Thank you.Psychonaut wrote:Hi Iya and welcome to the board
Its fine to use arabic but don't be surprised if you're asked for an explanation
What are your thoughts on the islands of Tokelau?
I think it's a beautiful island.
I'd like to have my honeymoon there.
What are your views on it?
I agree. You should go on a mini vacation soon, thenPsychonaut wrote:I have never been there, or any other coral atoll for that matter.. Would love to go..
A shame though, because such places will probably be disappeared in the not-too-distant future.
LoL Iya, do you have any family from West Africa? Why don't you just ask your parents why they named you it? I doubt it came from Yoruba. It's just a coincidence. Also "In Lakota mythology, Iya is a storm-monster, brother of Iktomi the spider. The eye of the storm..."Iya wrote:Thank you. Really?
Whoa, never knew that.
I was actually searching the meaning of my name
but couldn't find anything.
Thank you so much.
Haha you're a storm monster.
"People with this name tend to be decisive and good with money. They try to have a balance between the physical and the spiritual worlds. They can often be a successful entrepeneur, and are often striving to reach ever higher goals and positions."
Haha, I definitely don't think that seems like you
(http://www.birthvillage.com/meaning/Iya" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;)
Does your name mean something in Bangali?
And do you know Yoruba Rachel? I'd love to learn an African language. I tried Swahili but gave up.