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She served a mission and was married in the temple, which she credits to her name.Every time she heard “Celestial,” it reminded her of what she was seeking.
An Australian study also found political candidates with easily pronounced names fared better than those whose names were not so easily pronounced.
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Picture this: you’re in a Wal-Mart parking lot on a Monday evening (a little before 6 o' clock) and you see a yellow van park across from you.
“But a lot of people are.”Do parents give their kids these names so that everyone knows they are Mormon?
That’s what Mansfield expected to find, but instead, she found that parents often just wanted to be unique.
“I understand that my name is difficult,” said Gutierrez.
“When I come across a name that I can't pronounce on the first time, I’m reminded that I shouldn’t act rude, offended, or prideful to others about mine.” Gutierrez even uses her name to make people laugh.The door opens and kids, all dressed in knee-length shorts and capris, spill out onto the pavement.A mom and a dad join the crew (also dressed in knee length shorts), and together, the family treks into the store to shop for ice cream toppings.(Caveat: not all the trends mentioned below are solely LDS, but they do seem to resonate more strongly and commonly in the Mormon culture.)Jennifer Mansfield, a current graduate student in the Folklore Program at Utah State University, identified six different types of Mormon names: religious (Moroni, Nephi, Brigham), combination (Taylee, Mandylyn), invented (Kaislen), creatively spelled (Kady, Taeler), ancestral (Freestone, Jenkin), and themed (Monson, Hinckley, Kimball).But parents who give their kids “Mormon” names don’t seem to recognize that they’re doing it.A lot of Mormon children are also named after relatives, but it’s often not as simple as naming a kid after dad or grandpa.