My official name in my passport is Aidin, but I like the dictation of "Aideen" more. However, here are various styles:
Irish/Celtic name for females, means
little flame (close to what
Horm means in Persian: heat of fire).
Another resource says:
Aideen is the anglicization of the Irish name Étaín This name probably comes from a
Celtic word meaning "jealousy." It was the name of an early Irish saint.
Common in Tabriz city of Iran, with the meaning of dawn.
The correct Turkish spelling. A
turkish dictionary, mean Aydin as
2. clear, lucid (speech, writing).
3. (in expressions) joyous, happy.
4. intellectual, enlightened person.
It is also a province in Turkey.
Invented by my friend, C and has correct pronounciation of Aidin. Used
in Phormer's authorship and
Source Forge account.
The Greek etymology of Idea-Idean, means
to see, related to eidos, the outward aspect or look of something.
Short form. Used years ago in my Yahoo! ID -- idinbox
pronounced as 'Aydeen'.
Irish, with the meaning
of goddess of beauty.
Deprecated ones. Also Eyed in and I'd inn
I, eYe, IDn
Just short signatures (e.g. --I and --eYe).
Proficient in Persian (Native). Familiar with English. Acquaintance in Turkish and Arabic. Trying to learn French.
Web and Markups
Excellent in HTML, XHTML and CSS. Acquaintance with XML.
Skilled in Emacs. Skilled in Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint and Word.
Skilled in Linux, MS Windows, MS Dos.
Good in Running and Soccer (Football). Familiar with Basketball, swimming and chess. In hate of wrestling, ping-pong and volleyball.
Skilled in Civilization III, AOE II, Resident Evil V and Rise Of Nations. Good in single person games (GTA San Andreas, Desperadoes II) and Fifa 2003.
Gin Rummy (+2200 matches in Y!), Poker, Solitaire, Hearts.
Addicted to Travian. Forum Admin of Iran Server of Travian.
Writing :: Horm (Weblog), Since March 2004: http://blog.horm.org
Photography :: Phorm, Since April 2005: http://p.horm.org
Horm (the blog) is my personal weblog in Persian. Since it contains explicit and personal notes,
I do not like to be asked for/about its content.
Music :: Quag, Since October 2005: http://quag.horm.org
Phorm is my PhotoGallery page, currently containing more than 500 photos and is updating frequently (~ 2 or 3 times a week).
Journalism :: Sahab, 2000 - 2001:
Quag is my Music Box, containting ~50 favorites songs of mine and is updating almost biweekly.
When I was in first years of high school, I was the editor in chief and writer of a school magazine,
named Sahab. I'm about to put its only 4 volumes in PDF version, here.
This's the end of my homepage!