Meaning of name Zaid

Zaid

A troubled Man

Character and Dominants : Intellect, Morality, Sensorality, Intuition
Plant : LeekAnimal : Antelope
Genre : Male Numerology : 4
Origin : Egyptian first name Etymology :
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Character

Zaid is a troubled man and although this tendency should not be exaggerated it still perceptively affects his character. As with his animal mascot, the antelope, Zaid is always tense, edgy and ready to flee. However, despite all, Zaid is a balanced person that has his feet firmly on the ground. Zaid is an introvert and has a tendency to fold in on himself, to see the outer world uniquely according to the image he imagines, he has a totally subjective view of life. He is often indecisive, lacks self-confidence and can be very timid. Zaid needs to see reality as it is and learn to face it without fear. Zaid doesn't like ambiguous or indistinct situations, he has a strong morality, far more affected by worry than by real beliefs. He expects frankness and honesty from others that he also applies to himself. Zaid possesses a real gift of clairvoyance which serves him well and enables him to keep all his senses on alert. He has remarkable powers of seduction and a strong imagination, invasive even, that he needs to dominate.


Emotivity

This is highly important for a man and Zaid needs to understand that action is not always invoked by events or emotions but sometimes also determination, something which he lacks. It is not emotivity that should dominate his life, but rather motivated decisions. This reactivity, weaker than his emotivity, is a source of trouble for Zaid who, like his animal mascot, the antelope, takes flight at the slightest sound then later stops to assess a situation. Zaid is very sensitive to setbacks and has a tendency to flee when he is confronted with a situation that indicates failure.


Activity

Doted with a fairly average will, Zaid is not always very determined and has a tendency to flee when facing action. Far more influenced by his emotions than his will, his activity is efficient but a little troubling. Zaid enjoys excellent health and possesses fairly high resistance to fatigue, however he should pay attention to avoiding intellectual overwork. Zaid has very strong ideas about friendship that can seem close to tyrannical. In fact, Zaid likes testing his carefully chosen friends to judge their availability and loyalty. His sociability is irregular and unstable; one day he loves people and needs to see them, the next he retreats once more into solitude.


Intellect

Zaid possesses a vivid intelligence that is also rapid and analytical. In just a glance he can assimilate a situation globally and understand the broad nature of problems. He has a great curiosity but this can sometimes place him in delicate situations. He also possesses a well developed affective memory; he can well remember situations and emotions better than the actual facts.


Affection

Zaid doesn't particularly enjoy possessing or being possessed, as soon as he sees signs of perceived ownership he tends to flee. Zaid is an independent person and fears that extreme affection will curtail his liberty and enslave him.


Sensoriality