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What’s Your Pilgrim Name?

When the pilgrims came over on the Mayflower the changed the course of history forever! If you were a pilgrim back in the day, what would your name have been? Would you embody the pilgrim spirit? Let's find out!
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Do you love to spend time outside?
Yes, it rejuvenates me!
Sometimes, if the weather is nice.
I don't love it, but I like it.
I hate it!

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Choose a quirky hobby:
Wrestling
Basket weaving
Bread making
Playing toss and catch
Candle making

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What do you most like to read about?
Other cultures
History
Self-help
Fiction
Cooking

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Does your family carry out any traditions?
Yes, definitely.
A few, but nothing special.
Nope, not really.

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Choose the word that best describes your life:
Radical
Blessed
Happy
Wild
Unpredictable

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What would you most want to grow in your garden?
Carrots
Corn
Potatoes
Onions
Lettuce

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Would you consider yourself to be an old soul?
Most definitely, I don't belong here.
Sometimes, I feel older than my age.
Nope, not at all.

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What would your pilgrim job be?
Homemaker
Town leader
Reverend
Cook
Baker

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Are you male or female?
Male
Female
Prefer not to say

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Which creature comfort could you easily give up?
Cell phones
Indoor plumbing
Hot water
Mattresses
Computers

Constance

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Your pilgrim name is Constance! Had you been alive to make the voyage on the Mayflower, this would have been the perfect name for you. The name Constance literally translates to “constant.” As someone who is steadfast, grounded, and quite humble, we can’t think of a more fitting pilgrim name.

Elizabeth

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Your pilgrim name is Elizabeth! Had you been alive to make the treacherous voyage on the Mayflower, this would have been your given name. The name Elizabeth is quite traditional and translates to “oath of God.” As someone who lets faith guide her and give her hope when times are hard, we can’t think of a more fitting pilgrim name for you.

Mary

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Your pilgrim name is Mary! Had you been alive to make the epic voyage on the Mayflower, this most certainly would have been your given name. The name Mary is very old and quite traditional. The name Mary translates to “bitter” or “wished for child.” As someone who is quite strong, intelligent, and nurturing, we can’t think of a better pilgrim name for you.

Bartholomew

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Your pilgrim name is Bartholomew! Had you been alive to make the difficult journey on the Mayflower, your given name would have been Bartholomew. The name Bartholomew literally translates to “plough bearer.” As a hard worker who would have made a great impact in building up the first colony, this would have been the perfect name for you!

Thomas

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Your pilgrim name is Thomas! Had you been alive to make the journey on the mayflower, your given name would have been Thomas. As someone who prides yourself on being a leader and a hard worker, you would have held a great deal of power in the new world. Not only would you have helped guide the colony through the first arduous winter, but you would have went on to be a great leader for the ages.
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