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Numerology information Ismay:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Additional information Ismay:
French Meaning: The name Ismay is a French baby name. In French the meaning of the name Ismay is: An Old FrenchLatin 'aestimatus' meaning esteemed, or 'amatus' meaning loved.
Definition funny of Ismay:
An Ismay is often found either on the pavement in deprived areas, on people's shoes or in giant castles. An Ismay is also a "really cool rich kid". Taxi drivers apear allergic to them. Ismays like to pretend to smoke and have very small penises. They are bright orange so that no one can see them when they are burning to death.
TAXI DRIVER: SHIT! An Ismay. *presses ejector seat for back seats.
Expression information Ismay:
People with this name tend to be a powerful force to all whose lives they touch. They are capable, charismatic leaders who often undertake large endeavors with great success. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. If they fail to develop their potential, they may become impractical and rigid.
Soul information Ismay:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.
Songs about Ismay:
Ismay in Dismay (feat. Invaluable Emily) by From the Provocateurs of Esoterotica from the Album Desire [Explicit]
Ismay's Dream by Padraig Lalor from the Album Ismay's Dream
J Bruce Ismay by Neon God from the Album Rome
J. Bruce Ismay by The Titanic Chronicles from the Album The Titanic Chronicles
Books about Ismay:
The Memoirs of General Lord Ismay by Hastings Lionel Ismay (Oct 10, 1960)
The Ismay Line: The White Star Line, and the Ismay Family Story by Wilton J. Oldham (1961)
Call Me Ismay by Sean McDevitt (Oct 23, 2013)
The Memoirs Of General Lord Ismay by General Lord Ismay (Jul 23, 2009)
How to Survive the Titanic or the Sinking of J. Bruce Ismay by Frances Wilson (Aug 1, 2011)
Ismay's Children (Classic Reprint) by May Laffan (Sep 7, 2010)
Ismay's Children. [a Novel.] By the Author of Hogan, M. P., Etc. [I.E. May Laffan, Afterwards Harley]. by Author Unknown (May 3, 2010)
Wiki information Ismay:
General Hastings Lionel "Pug" Ismay, 1st Baron Ismay, KG, GCB, CH, DSO, PC was a British Indian Army officer and diplomat, remembered primarily for his role as Winston Churchill's chief military assistant during the Second World War and his service...
Ismay is a town in Custer County, Montana, United States. The population was 19 at the 2010 census. The town's name is an amalgamation of Isabella and May, the names of the daughters of Albert J Earling, division superintendent of the Chicago,...
Unusual old germanic compound name possibly meaning ice or iron maiden.
In use since the 13th cntury in England (spelled variously Ysemay, Isemay, Ysmay and Isamaya), Ismay is possibly related to the name Ismenia.
Ismay has been used as a (matronymic) surname since at least the 16th century; as such, it has occasionally been used as a male given name over the past few centuries.
My Maternal Grandmother's sister is called Ina Ismay (Chirstian names) Razey (Surname) but is known to her family as Dinah although her friends know her as Ina. Either way she is rarely called Ismay although she prefers to be addressed (when written to) as II Razey. It seems like such a shame as I think Ismay is a beautiful name and would love to name a daughter Ismay. The name sounds somewhat exotic although she was born and raised in a rural area of Great Britain and her younger sister is named, the very traditional, Joyce.
Ismay Thorn (b. 1853)-- prolific British author of books for children
Ismay Johnston (b. 1976) -- an actress from New Zealand
Character in the novel "World Without End" by Ken Follett. Ismay (featured part) is 13 and her parents have died because of the plague. She prostitutes herself because she is starving.
Character in Canadian author Robertson Davies' "Cornish Trilogy"
Character in British author Ruth Rendell's "The Water's Lovely"
Character in Canadian author Susan Swan's "The Wives of Bath"