birth name

birth name

also birth·name (bûrth′nām′)
n.
1. The name given to a person at birth, especially that of an adoptee before he or she is renamed.
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The actor named his son Kal-El, which was Superman's Kryptonian birth name.
He had left his studies in class seven and raised by his mother alone who had changed his birth name from Ghulam Muhammad to Pathanay Khan on the instructions of her spiritual guide.
Victoria Smith, 52, who used to race under her birth name Vince, said: "I have watched the show since it started and I'm a big fan.
My birth name was Simon Ashcroft and my mother's name was Christina Margaret Ashcroft, who I was lucky enough to meet, but sadly passed away.
5 Robert James Ritchie is the birth name of which American singer/songwriter?
In case of domestic private individuals, the following data is required for dividend payment: name, birth name, date and place of birth, mothers birth name, nationality, tax ID, sex and address of the shareholder.
Her birth name was Paris Michael Katharine Jackson, and her mother, Deborah Rowe, was a former nurse.
He is coping with the inordinate amount of pressure his father places on him to be the next greatest guitarist, the stress of starting a new school, the harassment of a bully, the death of his beloved pet, the awkwardness of figuring out his own identity (will he be known as Indio, his birth name, or Ian, the easier to pronounce name that he feels might help him fit in better?
Ethan Bach will use and promote the hashtags #HelloMyNameWas and #NoShame to publically and proudly release his own birth name and release photos, writing, and video from over forty years of his life.
A similar example of a Latinized name is found in one of Descartes' proponents, the Dutch philosopher Henricus Regius, whose birth name was Hendrik de Roy.
And it was some three decades after The Epping Forest killings he confessed to the murders, and was handed two further life sentences, which he served at HMP Frankland in Durham under his birth name Ronald Harper, Jebson, 76, died at the University Hospital of North Durham on April 17.
We would also like to point out that our informant did not use his given surname for the interview, but used his birth name instead.