I understand as an English speaker it being a bit difficult to wrap your head around, but this name is very nice. The sound of it reminds me much of a foggy day at sea, I'm not too sure why, maybe because it is so peaceful.
I wish it could be used easily in English speaking countries but I suppose it cannot be. At least the compound names are beautiful also.
speakofthewolf  3/27/2015
Ing is also used as one of one of three Elf lords who went across the seas to Valinor, in the beginning of Arda, in the Silmarillion.
edding  3/25/2015
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― Anonymous User  3/25/2013
I agree with the above poster. The world IS bigger than the United States. (I'm from the US too)

The name Ing is hardly the same as the name 'Ed'. Ing is a really interesting name too. It's the beginning of quite a few names!
D.Scott  3/27/2009
The temptation is to add a hyphen before it, as in, '-ing'. Why not just name your baby, '-ed' instead. At least 'Ed' can pass for a whole name!
leananshae  3/25/2008
Well, Ed is hardly the name of an old Norse God, is it? The world is bigger than USA. In fact, Ing is not usually used as a name for people in Sweden but compound names like the female Inga, Inger, Ingrid and the male Ingvar and Inge.
Ylva  7/20/2008

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