I am a scriptologist, software engineer, and designer.

Name & Languages

Nothing is random in human languages, and names—the cornerstone of every language—are not an exception.

Here's how to write my name in different languages, maintaining the meaning, encoded in Unicode.

Lang. Endonym (Native) Exonym (English) Script First Name Last Name
qaq Q2013 Wikidata 1 Qaaq Q4880939 Q2064908
arc ܐܪܡܝܐ Aramaic Syrc ܒܗܢܡ
ca Català Catalan Latn Ishpabadh
de Deutsch German Latn Spahbod
en English English Latn Behnam Spahbed
es Español / Castellano Spanish Latn Spahbod
eu Euskara Basque Latn Spahbod
fa فارسی Persian 2 Arab بهنام اسفهبد / سپهبد
fr Français French Latn Spahbod
hu Magyar Hungarian Latn Behnám
hy Հայերեն Armenian Armn Բեհնամ
it Italiano Italian Latn Spahbod
lt lietuvių Lithuanian Latn Spahbodas
mzn مازِرونی Mazandarani 3 Arab اسپهبد
pal Middle Persian / Pahlavi Phli 𐭡𐭤𐭭𐭠𐭬 𐭮𐭯𐭠𐭧𐭯𐭲 / 𐭮𐭯𐭠𐭧𐭯𐭲𐭩
pl Polski Polish Latn Spahbod
pt Português Portuguese Latn Aspabedes
ru Русский Russion Cyrl Бехнам
sl Slovenščina Slovene / Slovenian Latn Sepahbod
syc ܣܘܪܝܝܐ Syriac 4 Syrc ܒܗܢܡ
tg Toçikī Tajik / Tajiki Persian Cyrl Бехнам

  1. This is also my best guess for what Qfwfq—who is as old as the universe and has taken various forms—would call me. 

  2. The pronunciation is [beh'nɑːm] [es'fæh'bod]

  3. See also House of Ispahbudhan, one of the seven Parthian clans of the Sasanian Empire. 

  4. See also Saint Behnam, a 4th-century Christian saint in the Oriental Orthodox Church, who—along with his sister, Sarah—was martyred by order of his father, Sinharib (ܣܢܚܪܝܒ), an Assyrian king. The king built Mar Behnam Monastery as a penance for this killing, which was distroyed in 2015.