Is this your name

This is an awesome site to get interesting facts on your name. Here is what I got on mine..

Top 5 Facts for this Name:

  1. 33% of the letters are vowels. Of one million first and last names we looked at, 60.6% have a higher vowel make-up. This means you are averagely envoweled.
  2. In ASCII binary it is… 01000100 01100101 01101110 01101110 01101001 01110011 00100000 01001010 01101111 01110011 01100101 01110000 01101000
  3. Backwards, it is Sinned Hpesoj… nice ring to it, huh?
  4. In Pig Latin, it is Ennisday Osephjay.
  5. People with this first name are probably: Male. So, there’s a 98% likelihood you sweat just thinking of the price of shaver blades.

Name Origin and Meaning:

Greek (Root: Denis)
Meaning: of Dionysus (the god of wine), Wild, Frenzied

(origin Hebrew) Increase, addition.

3 Things You Didn’t Know:

  1. Your personal power animal is the King Cheetah
  2. Your ‘Numerology’ number is 3. If it wasn’t bulls**t, it would mean that you are enthusiastic, creative, optimistic, and fun-loving. You seek self-expression through words or the arts, and enjoy learning through life experiences.
  3. According to the US Census Bureau°, 0.417% of US residents have the first name ‘Dennis’ and 0.0331% have the surname ‘Joseph’. The US has around 300 million residents, so we guesstimate there are 414 Americans who go by the name ‘Dennis Joseph’.

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  1. Translates to the number 3 in numerology
  2. Has the King Cheetah as their Power Animal
  3. Shares their name with a guesstimated 414 Americans?

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