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Labia: IS THIS A COMMON GIRLS NAME...in Poland..?


wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Sep 2010 #1
The old woman on the next farm to me says she wants me to meet her Labia , with a view to a relationship , i thought she had only two daughters , neither of which is called Labia , and in any case they both look like the back end of a Warsaw tram smash...

However i have agreed to at least meet this Labia , not heard this name before in Poland , is it common...???
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
14 Sep 2010 #2
so which one are you going to meet, minorska or majorska?
f stop 25 | 2,513
14 Sep 2010 #3
poor girl.. Labia. Bring an English-Polish dictionary to the meeting. If the conversation stalls, show her what her name means in English.
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Sep 2010 #4
minorska or majorska?

Nooo the other two are called Anna and Beata...but as i said , they both look pretty horrible... i am hoping this Labia will turn out to be the good looking one of the family...

Mind you , when your mum looks like Stalin you ain,t gonna be too pretty i guess...

Who is this Minorska...she sounds nice....?

show her what her name means in English.

Is it an English name then....????
f stop 25 | 2,513
14 Sep 2010 #5
no, in english it is not a name for a person. lol
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Sep 2010 #6
I know there was a black singer by the name of Labia syphfree...some time back in the sixties...but he was a guy...!
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
14 Sep 2010 #7
Mind you , when your mum looks like Stalin you ain,t gonna be too pretty i guess...

Ouch, perhaps you could subtly suggest the old lady to have her Labia clean shaven for the rendezvous with you...
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Sep 2010 #8
have her Labia clean shaven

I hope you mean shaving her legs...and not her face...???

Maybe this Labia girl is one of them stringvestites...i never thought about that..!
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
14 Sep 2010 #9
perhaps, that could explain her name, to emphasize her newly acquired femininity
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Sep 2010 #10
If she has a willy...i don,t want to play...
asik 2 | 220
14 Sep 2010 #11
Nooo the other two are called Anna and Beata...but as i said , they both look pretty horrible... i am hoping this Labia will turn out to be the good looking one of the family...

Labia is not a girl's name but could be an animal's. Don't be surprise if you are introduced to a horse named Labia.

Unless you've misspelled the name and it is Lamia , a nice name but according to a Greek mythology means a child eating demon or a young men seducer.

Have your eyes wide open, just in case :)
jwojcie 2 | 763
15 Sep 2010 #12
Labia? Never heard of... But if it is Lamia, then it is very good name for a girl in future Poland when there will be only three males left... She will safe them for sure ;-)
scottie1113 7 | 898
15 Sep 2010 #13
I wonder how one says Llama in Polish?

lama
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
15 Sep 2010 #14
Don't be surprise if you are introduced to a horse named Labia.

Eh...? well i am pretty open minded...but not that much...!!!!
zetigrek
15 Sep 2010 #15
Labia in latin means "wargi". Just like labia pudendi - wargi sromowe.
Other example is: Labia minor a latin name of an insect.

Weird name never heard of it. Also google doesn't help so I guess such name doesn't exist.

But there is name Liwia
pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liwia_%28imi%C4%99%29

Mind you , when your mum looks like Stalin you ain,t gonna be too pretty i guess...

daughters take after fathers mostly.
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
15 Sep 2010 #16
daughters take after fathers mostly.

Aha...that explains the moustache....
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
15 Sep 2010 #17
I don't get it, why did the admin have to neuter this thread?? As if OP was dead serious... (sigh)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Sep 2010 #19
Mods, I have answered the question more than others here. Please restore what I wrote as it was relevant. I have taught many students in 6 years and none of them were called Labia.

I see the Mods are in a flap about labia.

It's not a common name in Poland, no.

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