Tinker Bell - Tradução em português

OEstudantedeIngles 2 16 113
Qual a origem do nome tinkerbell? vi os significados de 'tinker' como noun e verb mas não tenho certeza..

One of the Definitions> Tinker> A ​child who ​behaves ​badly(UK)

Acho que essa é a ideia.

So, what do you think about it?


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Cinnamon 15 61 498
Hey guys!

See what I found about the name:
The name Tinkerbell creates a dual nature in that you can be very generous and understanding, but you can also be so candid in your expression that you create misunderstanding.

You struggle with the requirement to soften your expression with tact and diplomacy and to consider the feelings of others.

Difficulty in accepting advice or admitting that you may have made a mistake causes you to appear to be stubborn and set in your ways.

Thus, you have too often created the wrong impression, and friendships have suffered.

This name does offer creative talent where there is the opportunity for ingenuity and originality.

You have a tendency, at times, to have too many ideas on the go, and thus your efforts are scattered and many things do not reach completion.

You are inclined to do to excess the things you like to do.

You have very intense feelings and find it difficult to maintain stability and happiness.

If you allowed it, temper and self-pity could be problems.

Tension could cause nervous disorders, or centre in the head bringing weaknesses in the eyes, ears, sinuses, or teeth.
PPAULO 6 48 1.1k
A tinker meant a person that mended pots and pans. It was a service offered door to door, in a itinerant way in Ireland, long long ago.

Sir James Matthew Barrie being born in Scotland (having moved to London later) might have being inspired in such fact to create Tinker Bell (Tinker - fada, bell -sininho), indeed "tinker" didn´t mean "fada". Tinker Bell was a character from his novel Peter and Wendy, "a fairy that mend pots and pans"

Barrie described Tinker Bell, the fairy who mended pots and kettles, an actual tinker of the fairy folk.[1]