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California Tanker
18th February 2006, 17:56
OK. Same rules as before. This time the name must begin with 'D'. And please, no Clichee'd ones like "Deathdealer"

NTM

rod and serpent
18th February 2006, 18:13
Deliverance.

combatlogo
18th February 2006, 18:42
Deliverance.


You sure got a pretty 120mm main gun, boy!

HavocIRL
18th February 2006, 18:55
Willie O' Dea?

HavocIRL
18th February 2006, 18:58
Deathwish

HavocIRL
18th February 2006, 18:58
Dirty oul tank

HavocIRL
18th February 2006, 19:00
Deterrent

California Tanker
18th February 2006, 19:01
Any great Celtic D-Warriors?

(That said 'Dermot' doesn't sound particularly fearsome)

NTM

HavocIRL
18th February 2006, 19:02
I know I should've put them all in one post but I kept having flashes of inspiration

Steamy Window
18th February 2006, 19:10
Dodgy Dealings
Dirty 'Ol Men
Disturbed Commander/Men
Dangerous Minds

mutter nutter
18th February 2006, 19:43
Cal T, how about Drostan,, it is Celtic, it mean's the Noisy one, kind of appropriate I think, for a tank:smile:, and bonus is, people will ask you what it mean's, and you'll have a boring story to tell ;)

ODIN
18th February 2006, 19:49
Dirty Deeds

rod and serpent
18th February 2006, 20:00
You sure got a pretty 120mm main gun, boy!

Squeel little piggy:biggrin:

Jimmy C
18th February 2006, 20:05
Dhurka Dhurka!
Or Dublin.

HavocIRL
18th February 2006, 20:16
Da Nord Siyed

Dubliner

Danny boy

But I still think that Willie O' Dea is the best one.

Out of interest what you end up naming the last one?

Goldie fish
18th February 2006, 22:03
D'unbelievables

rod and serpent
18th February 2006, 22:16
Decimate :eek:

Turkey
18th February 2006, 22:28
Dirty deeds done dirt cheap
But 'DOH!' would probally be more fitting...

California Tanker
18th February 2006, 22:57
By the time I got transferred to the tank company, my crew had already come up with Barely Legal.

I liked it, so we kept it.

NTM

rod and serpent
18th February 2006, 23:08
Daedalus.

beenthere
18th February 2006, 23:14
DROOPING:smile:

McCarthy
19th February 2006, 00:07
Desmumhnach

Steamy Window
19th February 2006, 15:39
Dominatrix

Bam Bam
19th February 2006, 16:02
Dennis the menace

Doris

Dear john

Dixie

Dead or alive

Devil's minion

Da streetcleaner

Daddy's little angel

Cosantor
20th February 2006, 12:30
Daigh - "flame or fire."

Dáire - (DEH-ruh, DI-re or DAHR-uh) Old Irish word meaning "oak grove," "fruitful" or "fertile", and most likely the name of an early fertility or bull god; the Brown Bull of Cooley was owned by Daire mac Fiachna, and his refusal to loan his bull to Queen Medb was part of the reason for the fight between the Ulsterman and the men of Ireland. Dary, Darragh.

Desmumhnach - "man of Muman" which was a tribe or territory in the Cork area of Munster before the Anglo-Norman invasion.

Dinsmore - might be means "fortified hill."

Doherty - "harmful."

Dooley - "dark hero."

Doran - "stranger" or "exile." Deoradhain.

Dubgall - (DOO-ahl) "dark or black foreigner"; refers to the Vikings, esp. from Denmark, who came to Dublin in 850. Dubghall.

Dubhdara - (doov-DAW-ra) Old Irish=dub "dark" + dara "oak" = "dark man of the oak."

Donaghy - Strong fighter.

hptmurphy
20th February 2006, 14:04
Drowned?
Duh!

GoneToTheCanner
20th February 2006, 14:06
D'jellabiyah Destroyer.

Barry
20th February 2006, 18:58
Reflect your Dublin upbringing, with "Deadly Buzz" :biggrin:

rod and serpent
20th February 2006, 19:57
Drumcree VII.........The final conflict.
Motto
We`ll go where we are not wanted.

backsturd
20th February 2006, 20:01
Dustcart!

ex pat 007
20th February 2006, 22:37
Disorderly Conduct.

Goldie fish
20th February 2006, 23:02
Dinsdale

http://orangecow.org/pythonet/linus/photos/toons/spiny.gif

The Sultan
20th February 2006, 23:41
Dougle

Dinnerlady

Dick Dastardly

Deep End

D'oh boy!

California Tanker
21st February 2006, 03:11
Cosantoir has some good ones, but I think Dinsdale, Disorderly Conduct and Drostan are the three leaders.

NTM

Bravo20
21st February 2006, 08:00
Dustin

ODIN
21st February 2006, 10:00
Dustin
we can even get you a toy of the famous turkey for your mascot!!!

hptmurphy
21st February 2006, 10:15
Dougal as in the magic roundabout....magic!

PTE bog
28th February 2006, 21:19
Diplomat

Duffman
1st March 2006, 13:56
De-Animator

Destructor

Devastator

D big feckin tank

Decimator

Discombobulator

Disenfranchised Destruction

Dire Straightner

Deadly Destruction Dealer (Do i get bonus points for using three D's :biggrin:

ZULU
1st March 2006, 14:19
An Dagda
Also given as Daghdha (pr. Day-a), and Dagdae "The Good God".

Although the Irish Celts recognised no "supreme diety", An Dagda is considered to be the Father of the Gods & Goddesses of the Irish pantheon. The "good " in "The Good God" doesn't refer to morality, but to being good, or skilled at everything. He is associated with very basic, Earthy functions like eating, drinking, sex and generally having a good time.

morpheus
1st March 2006, 14:38
Dominatrix .... if your into that sort of thing?!:biggrin:

Deborah?? i like the pulp song!

Celtic name?
"Derfail" it apparently means "stubborn metal" from here.... http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/names/celtic.htm#4


Domhnall (pron) "DUN nal" means world mighty , english versions... Donal; Dónal, Daniel

Donnchadh — (DUN-uh-khuh) "brown lord"; "strong warrior"; from Old Irish name Donnchad: donn "brown" or "chief" + cath "battle". Name of the son of Brian Boru, King Donnchadh Donn (d. 1064). Traditional in O'Brien family. Donaghy, Donogh, Donagh (DOH-na).

Diarmaid — (DEER-mit) "free man"; legendary member of the warrior band of Finn mac Cumaill. He had a beauty mark on his forehead that made any woman who saw it to fall madly in love with him. Diarmait, Diarmuid, Dermot, Dermod.

just some names i found on d'internet!

personally i like Derfail (pronnounced Diar Fawl)
and Donnchadh (pronnounced Dun uh khu)

Steamy Window
1st March 2006, 15:46
Dominatrix .... if your into that sort of thing?!:biggrin:




Great minds think alike...I'd already suggested it :biggrin:

morpheus
1st March 2006, 16:40
oh...
i wouldnt have noticed then, you see, when i see your name beside a post i subliminally skip over it :biggrin:

How about , dare i say it.... "Dogs Bo!!ox"

California Tanker
1st March 2006, 18:40
Hmm. Diplomacy might be a good one all right.

NTM

petergriffin
3rd March 2006, 17:34
dildo
dingo
dimples
DEATHSTAR(thats the coolest)
Derek
dandy

ah im only joking, but what about Dialectic?

SwiftandSure
27th January 2012, 12:42
Ok you Military Boffin types, what the flying feck is this??

http://images.faceparty.com/pb/3620/images/robdabachelor_35833040.jpg

I'm guessing it's either some sort of laser calibrator or part of a simulator.

Victor
27th January 2012, 18:27
Fume analyser? Flash suppression test?

Rhodes
27th January 2012, 18:31
Photoshop?

GoneToTheCanner
27th January 2012, 20:14
In Dubblinese, "Dis Bleedin tank id deeeeeaddddlllyyy!". You'll need to use the whole barrel:)

regards
GttC

Kontroller
27th January 2012, 20:14
A noise suppressor and two chambers for gas from the muzzle break?

GoneToTheCanner
27th January 2012, 20:14
Wait a minute. You're a Tipp man, arencha? Dan Breen.

regards
GttC

Goldie fish
27th January 2012, 23:38
Hard to believe "Barely legal" visited mesopotamia 6 years ago.

Archimedes
29th January 2012, 01:49
Ok you Military Boffin types, what the flying feck is this??


Is someone doing their final year project on intermediate ballistics?

fiannoglach
29th January 2012, 11:15
D'Mutton Dagger

Goldie fish
29th January 2012, 11:30
By the time I got transferred to the tank company, my crew had already come up with Barely Legal.

I liked it, so we kept it.

NTM


In Dubblinese, "Dis Bleedin tank id deeeeeaddddlllyyy!". You'll need to use the whole barrel:)

regards
GttC


Wait a minute. You're a Tipp man, arencha? Dan Breen.

regards
GttC


D'Mutton Dagger

I don't think CT needs a name for the tank he drove in 2006 any more.