He was feeling really bummed and stressed out," she reveals.
"He was like, 'I can’t be in a relationship right now.' That lasted for one day. "I knew it came from a place other than us not working," Chrissy explains looking back. Teigen also says she has got no animosity toward any of Legend's exes — a list which includes Brazilian model Danielle Abreu and Wafah Dufour, a Swiss-born singer.
Ryan is a boy's name, and should only be given to boys. My name is Ryan and even though I'm 19 and at the age when most people come to terms with their names, I still hate mine. I am not Irish or anywhere close to it but I like the translated meaning.
Whether I would name my son this or not remains to be seen. My favorite of all the Ryans that I know is tall, handsome, kind, and very poised. And in school, when getting the attendance read, they would read my last name first and look around for a boy. Parents, don't believe anything about male names on girls being "unique" or "spunky", it just makes me feel ugly and manly and causes all kinds of problems for me. I am a 20 year old male and I will be changing my name at the court in no time. One of my friends' name is Ryann, and she's a girl.
A weak name doesn't instill any character in a girl and the damsel-in-distress mentality only works in movies. It means "little king" so it is most certainly a masculine name. I think people should name their children whatever they want. People don't name their children based on the meaning of the name.
If someone wants to name their daughter Ryan it's really not anyone else's business. MOST people name their children based on how much they LIKE the name, or because it has meaning to them personally.
However, at least you won't run the danger of picking an infantile or ghetto-ish name if you choose Ryan. The name is so masculine that it wouldn't even sound okay on tomboys, androgynous young women, or female indie rocker types. (As if there weren't serious issues to worry about in this world.) Well, my two cents on "Ryan." The name took off in the 60s, in part due to the emergence of Ryan O'Neal as a popular young TV actor.
For a woman, this name is just terrible, regardless of looks and all that. Right now, I hate this name, despite my love for Irish names. It also appeared to be a good alternative to Brian, the luster of which was beginning to fade.
Especially the ones saying it because the meaning is little king because truthfully this name is a surname so thousands of little girls have it part of their name.
Including me and we have been rocking the meaning of little king for years.
Although I love the name, it is very popular, and I think it’s starting to get overused. And he sure is a perfect little boy and the little king of the house! It is very popular where I live, though, and there are 3 Ryans in my 10th grade English class alone. He reminds me of a prince, so I think his name is very fitting for him. :) I think Ryan is a horrible, horrible girl's name. I'd love to change it, but unfortunately I think my mom would never forgive me if I did. Before I met her, I thought it was a boy's name but now this name reminds me of a girl.
Well I think I would probably name my daughter Ryanne for her uncle! The point is, for the love of God, don't call your daughter Ryan. Well I do know a lot of Ryans, both from shows and real life. My cousin's name is Ryan Evans which is funny because he shares the same name as Ryan from "High School Musical". "Rianne" or "Riane" would get a bit confusing after a while. One is an all-star high school basketball player in our town, one is a newborn and the other girl named Ryan is my daughter's friend. I was going to use this name in a story but it just wasn't working anymore. It was my mother's maiden name and I named my now 25yr old daughter Ryan.
If the pronunciation is feminine I don't see why you shouldn't call a girl using a boy's name! She married this summer a wonderful man named Bryan, and his best man was Ryan, the poor lovely priest!