birthname

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.

birthname

(ˈbɜːθˌneɪm)
n
a name given at birth
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Add to this the fact that Latif's birthname is actually Shazad Iqbal, and things begin to get very interesting.
Bristol-born Cary Grant - his birthname was actually the less becoming Archibald Alexander Leach - died this week in 1986.
Savage's birthname is Shayaa Joseph, but everyone that's known him since he was a kid calls him Lil' Man.
RATING: 2/5 Nicki Minaj Onika from PS24 (exclusive to Boots until Sept) ONIKA is Nicki's birthname, and she says this perfume is "her most personal yet".
99 (exclusive to Boots until Sept) Notes of: Pear, starfruit, mandarin, water lily, sugar cane, cedarwood Beauty ed says: Onika is Nicki's birthname, and she says this perfume is 'her most personal yet'.
30pm on Monday * Gok Wan's birthname is Ko-Hen Wan, which means "Noisy Big City" in Cantonese * In his teenage years he was bullied for being over-weight - at his heaviest he was 21st * His brother is like the Chuck Norris of Leicester - he's an accomplished martial artist who teaches Jeet Kune Do, which is what Bruce Lee was famous for * He claims he knew he was gay as early as age six
The actor has kept a moderately low-profile in Washington, using his birthname Kalpen Modi in his government work and passing up interviews.
Rap has poetry, and Persian poetry is very strong," said the rapper, whose birthname is Soroush Lashkary.
She made a point of thanking Alexander McQueen, using the late designer's birthname Lee, and all her British fans for their support.
Pele Not exactly a complete name change, but the Brazilian's birthname, Edson Arantes do Nascimento Pele, is certainly more of a mouthful.
Can you imagine how many poor kids around Ireland will be left scarred with a terrible birthname if Clinton Morrison pops up with an injury time winner to put us through.