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What is the doctor's real name

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Or remember when he tells Amy that some Gallifrian words could stop wars and can be really powerfull, mabey his name is so powerfull he can't say it.
Gavla97 posted over a year ago
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The Doctor's real first name was revealed last week in the Episode called the Zygon Inversion. He had asked Osgood what her first name was, and then Osgood looked at him and asked and I quote, "Well, what's your first name." The Doctor went quiet for a briefe and then said, "Basel." Osgood the revealed her name as Petranella. Now all we have to do if wait for his last name to be revealed.
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boabafetish said:
he Doctor's name nobody knows, not even the writers. That's why it's a whisper because the writers haven't discussed it. If they give that away, then Doctor Who won't be as mysterious so you won't really have to watch.
In one of the episodes of the "Keys to time" series, a former school chum calls Tom Baker "Theta Sigma." The Doctor sheepishly tries to silence him while looking back & forth at the camera & his chum. Classic Tom Baker style.
His real name is given in "Unfinished Business" series of online Doctor #9. It is:
Chrístõdavõreendiamondhærtmallõupdracœfiredelúnmiancuimhne de Lœngbærrow -
- Chrístõ to his friends.
Another of his names his chritaéroõdesmaérãtoru. IT is pronouced (cri_est_t_o) but the rest of his name his gobbledegook that cannot be pronouced. Although it cannot be pronounced there will be an episode of Doctor Who where it will be announced but that episode is in the 6th series
Nobody knows his real name. He is known by everybody as 'The Doctor' or just 'Doctor'. He is also known as 'boss' by Mickey Smith.
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Don't forget his Earth name "John Smith"
marifrances posted over a year ago
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isn't Christo the name of god in supernatural?
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HIS REAL NAME IS "BAEL"
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Maziipan said:
i have been searching the internet for answers about the doctors real name, and i found out that he actually says his real name in the first ever episode, so after i watched that, i searched the internet again (the name wasn't very clear) and found out that his real name is...Theta Sigma.
his name is a mixture of greek and mathematical words and theta sigma is actually short for something, which i am yet to find out. see that's how good the internet and old movies actually are, they don't give you answers, just a load of other stuff that has nothing to do with it.

tati bye!
Maziipan xox
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I've heard characters say that name too, they said it in a Tom Baker Ep. when he went back to Gallifrey, but that's just a nickname he got in school :(
mjordan12 posted over a year ago
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yeah like indons well not as much once you enter school you choose a new name that got to be annoying.
huddygirl2 posted over a year ago
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Isaw that comic and book and can verify. some say its just a joke
Psybertrack posted over a year ago
ladychazabc said:
why don't we just call him jimmy bob ?? :P
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Or billybob joe
Shepard14 posted over a year ago
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since it's a britsh show it would probablly be something like charlie or something like that
tamrin98 posted over a year ago
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or his earth name. john smith
houseofhades posted over a year ago
dalekjames said:
DAVID TENNANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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DAVID TENNANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Haha. That freaked me out a bit X)
ellie_bellie135 posted over a year ago
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i agree. but i always say the actors name.
lockjawcroc posted over a year ago
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"I dont want to go"
blackpawwolf posted over a year ago
Tardis_Alpha said:
Doctor Who spin-off media, which are of uncertain canonicity, have suggested that the character uses the name "the Doctor" because his actual name is impossible for humans to pronounce.[7] For instance in the novel Vanderdeken's Children, it's told that the Doctor already told Sam his real name which is entirely alien and virtually unpronounceable. This is also repeated by companion Peri Brown in the radio serial Slipback. (This would appear to be inconsistent with River Song whispering the Doctor's name in "Forest of the Dead".) The Faction Paradox encyclopedia The Book of the War states that all renegades from the Homeworld/Gallifrey abandon their names to symbolise how they leave their culture. Similarly, the novel Lungbarrow reveals that the Doctor's name has been struck from the records of his family and therefore cannot be spoken.
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× his name is d³Σx² it is revealed in text in the 1980's Galifreyan language is a mathmatical one. any text other than mathmatical symbols is fake. his name is d³Σx²
khart posted over a year ago
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The Doctor's name. His real name, the one on his Gallifreyan birth (or loom, if you're one of the people who follow that tangent) certificate. The greatest secret in the world. Well, not really. You see, in Marvel Comics Presents #57, a US reprint of Doctor Who strips in 1980, the backmatter page by Mary Jo Duffy claims that his real name is ∂³∑x² – this in turn taken from the "Making of Doctor Who", by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks from the mid seventies, taken in turn from a 'document' from his trial shown in the pages
TheWarden posted over a year ago
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I have a theory related to a bit of that. What if a Timelord name is sort of like a fixed point in time and space and there for is almost a part of Gallifrey. Therefore the Doctor really CANT say his name because the mention of his name from him would unlock the time lock he placed on Gallifrey I dunno maybe not probably not meh
TheConsultant posted over a year ago
plysyrus said:
Just as an update for this past weeks episode...
River song is actually the gamma forests translation for melody pond...so river song is the daughter of Amy and Rory. Plus it is revealed that she is also a timelord by being conceived during time travel. It has been stated that humans cannot understand the doctors name, and being part time lord would explain why river can say it to him. I like how this ties in with the episode the she dies in, revealing what the doctor knew back when they first met.
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Yes! Thank you for making a good and accurate point about River Song!!
doctorwho907 posted over a year ago
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× his name is d³Σx² it is revealed in text in the 1980's Galifreyan language is a mathmatical one. any text other than mathmatical symbols is fake. his name is d³Σx²
khart posted over a year ago
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River can and had regenerated at least 3times but the gives all her regenerative power to keep the doctor that she poisoned from dying. So she can't regenerate ever again.
3boymomm posted over a year ago
doc907 said:
no body know's,i don't think the writer's really know.it is somthing to ponder on.
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no body know's,i don't think the writer's really know.it is somthing to ponder on.
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× his name is d³Σx² it is revealed in text in the 1980's Galifreyan language is a mathmatical one. any text other than mathmatical symbols is fake. his name is d³Σx²
khart posted over a year ago
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The Doctor's name. His real name, the one on his Gallifreyan birth (or loom, if you're one of the people who follow that tangent) certificate. The greatest secret in the world. Well, not really. You see, in Marvel Comics Presents #57, a US reprint of Doctor Who strips in 1980, the backmatter page by Mary Jo Duffy claims that his real name is ∂³∑x² – this in turn taken from the "Making of Doctor Who", by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks from the mid seventies, taken in turn from a 'document' from his trial shown in the pages
TheWarden posted over a year ago
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I dont think the producer knows. or maybe he does... ever notice a stickie note on the doctors screen in the tardis. I'd be interested to know what that actually says...
blackpawwolf posted over a year ago
TelepathGirl said:
Can't we just be content with calling him "The Doctor"?
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i know, right
loorofzadaa posted over a year ago
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LOL! I bet they'll reveal it at the end of the show. :)
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
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Im content with calling him the doctor. Im gonna cry when i find his real name cuz then it just wont be right calling him the doctor. enjoy it while you still can.
blackpawwolf posted over a year ago
Book_freak said:
No one really knows, his nickname at the acadamy was Theta Sigma, Davros calls him the destroyer of worlds, the Daleks call him the Oncoming storm
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Is that like colledge? Woot wooo! I'd love to know what HE got up to in colledge. Cleo ;)
ellie_bellie135 posted over a year ago
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Not to mention Good Queen Bess. And her nick name is longer.... BAHAHA!!
ellie_bellie135 posted over a year ago
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the daleks ALSO call him the predator!
bunnyhavoc posted over a year ago
Barneysmeg said:
Maybe he has a really dull name like Keith
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That's what I think.
ellie_bellie135 posted over a year ago
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i think it will be cool
lildarlin99 posted over a year ago
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No, no, he did not have an unpronounceable last name- he was half human, and Vulcans only have one name, maybe if he has a surname he would be Spock Grayson if anything. His full Vulcan name is S'chn T'gai Spock, but that may just be "gray son" translated from English to Vulcan.
KaylaBaraonda posted over a year ago
ami09 said:
I think the Doctors name will be something a little more exotic then keith or margery, mabey its something he knows humans wont be able to pronounce so he just uses doctor for quickness...
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I HIGHLY doubt He just uses it for quickness. The Master, The Doctor, why such Discriptive names? It is probably like a Second name. For exaple The Catholic's used to when someone was baptised they chose a new name...
beke_bloodlust1 posted over a year ago
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and if if you ask me once you graduation school you choose a new name which tells you about yourself the Doctor choose the Doctor cuz he wants to help people and the Master thinking he was the Master as well chose..well you know.
huddygirl2 posted over a year ago
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The Doctor is a name he chose, at the age of eight, after lookin into the un-temperd Schizem, a Time Lord chooses his/her name, a name that people call them, the birthname is then lost forever, or just recorded into history books
J-the-hedgehog posted over a year ago
mjordan12 said:
I have heard the doctors name. It was spoken to him by a Time Load. It started with an A I heard it 15-20 years ago. It was in one of either John, Tom or Peter's episodes. The Doctor was not doing well, he was confused, sitting on the floor of a dark place made of stone and he was communicating with someone from Gallifrey via his mind and that time lord said his name...it was short and I really think it started with an A.
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what if his name is alpha
kbusby posted over a year ago
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and the master's name is omega
kbusby posted over a year ago
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or omega's son
kbusby posted over a year ago
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lol
loorofzadaa posted over a year ago
GinevraPotter said:
what about the end in 'waters of mars' where he says he's the time lord victorious in connection to 'I'm not a surviver, I'm the winner' does that just mean that he literally is the winner or is that his name? if that was the case we could call him vicky ;)
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if his 1st name is Vicky his 2nd name should be Torious??
FootieFan posted over a year ago
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Charlie Sheen was winning XD
loorofzadaa posted over a year ago
jamezarvee said:
Keith McWho
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Where'd you get that?
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
Micki_x said:
the magics in the mystery if we knew the answer there wouldn't be mystery therefore no magic.

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the magics in the mystery if we knew the answer there wouldn't be  mystery therefore no magic.
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Penguins_fan said:
This is his name:
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They use that nicknames cuz is REALLY hard to write their names. :D
Penguins_fan posted over a year ago
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thats awesome
darange posted over a year ago
bosredsox24 said:
His name is Matt Smith. What did you-- *kaboom* NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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His name is Matt Smith. What did you-- *kaboom* NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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Awesome picture!!!
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
khart said:
the only actual proof of his name is d³Σx².
theta sigma was a nickname.
see image for proof.
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the only actual proof of his name is d³Σx². 
theta sigma was a nickname.
see image for proof.
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Theta Sigma was a nickname given to him in the Time Lord academy (I'm not sure who)
uneed2know posted over a year ago
BoltsBiggestFan said:
Maybe his name is Bob
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the Doctor:My name is....Bob companion:really the Doctor/Bobl:really
huddygirl2 posted over a year ago
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haha Like angel Bob
FootieFan posted over a year ago
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The Angels scare me
amypond00 posted over a year ago
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Well it's gullible…
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
nightworld88 said:
well i guess we wont ever know so we should keep guessing and forget the mystery
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if you do a little research you will find that his real name is ∂³∑x² which is read as Theta Power-Three Sigma Ex Power-Two as revealed during his trial.
NicNic09 posted over a year ago
euhura said:
In the very first episode, in 1963, The Doctor's graddaughter (who was using the name Susan Forman) was followed home by two teachers from school. When they meet her grandfather, they address him as "Doctor Forman". He says in an aside "Doctor who? That's not my name!" I think that"s about as close as we have ever gotten to actually learning his name. Ever since then he has introduced himself as "The Doctor".

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Vashta_Nerada said:
In the episode "silence in the library" the doctor is summoned by Professor River Song to come to the library. There has been alot of speculation about her and what kind of relationship she has with the doctor. I read that Russell T Davies described her as " the doctors sort of wife" so if this is the case and they are infact married in a future time, then perhaps the doctor, in keeping with the common tradition of earth,passes his last name down to her, making his last name "Song". Just a thought:P.
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"Song" was River's name even before she met the Doctor, she was introdiced in "Time of Angels" as Doctor Song. instead of Professor Song, so it had to have been peior to her meeting with ther Doctor.
marifrances posted over a year ago
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Both VERY good points!
ellie_bellie135 posted over a year ago
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River Song is a transliteration of Melody Pond.
AllonsyIdjits posted over a year ago
kbusby said:
I think his name is alpha cos alpha is a sort of Greek name
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lockjawcroc said:
who. doctor WHO.

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think about it. thats the name of the show!!1
lockjawcroc posted over a year ago
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seriously
Amaretto posted over a year ago
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ahaha!
Shepard14 posted over a year ago
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LOL!!!!!!! :D
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
GemonkDruid said:
His real name is AWESOME.
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NEAT
Amaretto posted over a year ago
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so true
ninjawonderland posted over a year ago
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Hmm... think we'll just call that an adjective. :)
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
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The Doctor lies. :D
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
Dr4x4 said:
his name is Christoreslvdespovratorcovor De Lungborrow read a book ppl or just google the name i wrote
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rawniesteves said:
Doctor Who is an anagram for Torchwood, therefore I think his real name can also be found from this.
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I never saw that one :o
MissChicky97 posted over a year ago
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You can get the words 'Doctor' and 'Who' out of torchwood leaving no letters left over
infinitedragons posted over a year ago
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omg that is THE cleverest thing on the universe... and not just this one!!!
xxfayexx posted over a year ago
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torchwood actuallyy was te anagram the writers used too use too hide the film cannisters back in the day to stop story leaks
invariantjoker posted over a year ago
pheonix13 said:
in truth i'd rather not know, because that would make the show so much less interesting. he's the doctor. i'd rather him be the doctor then (place normal human name here) any day.
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I agree
Barneysmeg posted over a year ago
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but his name makes the show more interesting as it's not human - see further down for more
NicNic09 posted over a year ago
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I agree, too. It would be weird if he actually got people calling him his name (or a shorter version) instead of The Doctor once his companions had found out. It would just be weird and take the appeal away from good ol' Doctor Who
Charlotte585 posted over a year ago
DrLover said:
cosmo, just like kramer from seinfeld!
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NicNic09 said:
before the doctor was exiled to earth there was his trial, while not shown on screen, the paperwork WAS shown in certain books, on the paperwork it said that he was known as 'the doctor' however his real name was ∂³∑x², you can understand why he doesn't use it.
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this is why it is shortenned to Theta Sigma, because it is Theta Power-Three Sigma Ex Power-Two
NicNic09 posted over a year ago
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r u on draw free called nicnic79 or something?
xxfayexx posted over a year ago
Durin-VI said:
I think it adds to the mydtery surrounding him that we don't know; if we knew everything about him, it would be boring
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ronnifano said:
i think the doctors real name is john song because if river song is his wife his surname would be song and john just because he always says name is "john smith"
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men don't take woman's last name
MythGal posted over a year ago
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they do fort he doctor
Kantoe posted over a year ago
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Pond=River
amypond00 posted over a year ago
Whovian69 said:
Don't forget that in the story BATTLEFIELD he was known as MERLIN. Another name for the collection.
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LOL That's a WHOLE different show hehehe
Shepard14 posted over a year ago
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im sorry did you get that from the show merlin or was it actually in doctor who
xxfayexx posted over a year ago
MusicDude said:
John Smith
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doctordalek23 said:
i don't know what the doctors name is but i do know that it will be revealed when the doctor dies.
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davidlova999 said:
I believe the doctors real name could be the name he always uses on earth to people he doesn't know......that name is ''John smith''...because if u think about it,why does he always use that name when he doesnt use ''The Doctor''? i think he uses that name cause a part of him remembers his real name from his childhood on gallifrey...but maybe something traumatic happened dat made him forget or dat wen he was regenerating something went wrong....yes so i tink john smith is his real name as he always uses it in the show
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But in one episode (with the witches and Martha) one of the withes says "I name you Doctor, no there is something deeper, hidden among the stars" and the doctor just smirks and says something like "I kept it hidden" or something but anyways I think He knows
MythGal posted over a year ago
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he uses jhon smith because ots one of the most common names
Kantoe posted over a year ago
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Nope, from Sheldon Cooper we know that the most common name in the world is... Mahumad Lee! Well, in theory.
treddy_bear posted over a year ago
TDItwin said:
only river song knows




and she wont tell
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Correct! :)
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
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And when did river song find out?
treddy_bear posted over a year ago
n0t4u2n0 said:
Nobody knows for sure, but is nickname at the Prydon Academy was "Theta Sigma"

Cool Doctor Facts: The Doctors body temperature is 59-61 degrees Fahrenheit, He nearly passed through school with 51% pass, on his 2nd attempt, the Doctor has a brother, the Doctor conceals his spare TARDIS key behind the P in "POLICE BOX" sign, his TARDIS is a Type 40TT Capsule, Amy Pond's real name is Amelia Jessica Pond.

Sorry 4 goin' off topic! BTW, I got these facts from "Doctor Who Visual Dictionary by DK publishing.


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Nobody knows for sure, but is nickname at the Prydon Academy was "Theta Sigma" 

Cool Doctor Facts: The Doctors body temperature is 59-61 degrees Fahrenheit, He nearly passed through school with 51% pass, on his 2nd attempt, the Doctor has a brother, the Doctor conceals his spare TARDIS key behind the P in "POLICE BOX" sign, his TARDIS is a Type 40TT Capsule, Amy Pond's real name is Amelia Jessica Pond.

Sorry 4 goin' off topic! BTW, I got these facts from "Doctor Who Visual Dictionary by DK publishing.
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i have the same book!
Kantoe posted over a year ago
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I'm not :( I wish I have it..
DrJacksonLake posted over a year ago
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You could have learned a lot of that if you watch the Tom Baker episodes (best doctor ever I might add)
Shepard14 posted over a year ago
xgrap said:
Rassilon
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NoWayBack said:

ROSE
Who are you?
DOCTOR
I told you! The Doctor.
ROSE
Yeah. But Doctor what?
DOCTOR
"Just the Doctor"

First name=Just
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lol
Kantoe posted over a year ago
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haha agree
DrJacksonLake posted over a year ago
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Hahahahahahahahhaha!!! So funny. :)
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
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Lol, brilliant!
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
doctorwhowade said:
Apparently the Doctor can only say his name once. He must be telling melody pond aka river song in the future so that is why he has never said his real name yet.
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debz22 said:
Rivers Sacrifice on YouTube
River Song spoke the Doctors true name as she was urging him to save the 5 left. She let his name slip during her dialogue she said "Ya"...he said "Ya Who are you" or something like that...4020 in library That's my story
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Rivers Sacrifice on YouTube
River Song spoke the Doctors true name as she was urging him to save the 5 left. She let his name slip during her dialogue she said "Ya"...he said "Ya Who are you" or something like that...4020 in library That's my story
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what?
Kantoe posted over a year ago
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o_0
DrJacksonLake posted over a year ago
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I think she was going to say something like "Yeah i know"
hkdante posted over a year ago
kevindrwhofan said:
Richard
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Richard
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WIN!
Kantoe posted over a year ago
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Perhaps he should be the 12th Doctor? :)
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
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Wow…
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
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nuh uh. Doctor looks way happier.... and prettier
guesswhooo posted 8 months ago
darkdoctor said:
Latest episode says that his name is the first and oldest question. The question is DOCTOR WHO???
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In "The Wedding of River Song" Dorium Maldovar says, "Its all still waiting for you, The Fields of Trenzalore, The Fall of The Eleventh", Which I (and anyone else with half a brain) will interpret as The Eleventh Doctor's Death/Regeneration on some planet in "The Fields of Trenzalore" where some great battle will take place and someone will ask the question, and he will answer it with his name.
Mal_Lobo posted over a year ago
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the fall of the eleventh could be a time such as the eleventh hour
jace0479 posted over a year ago
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He doesn't awnser the question in the end, you can see it on the Christmas Sprcial "A town called Christmas"
treddy_bear posted over a year ago
jace0479 said:
You are all wrong it's john doe

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John Doe? Pretty unlikely..
DrJacksonLake posted over a year ago
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I got that joke.
John8Though5 posted over a year ago
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I didn't…
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
alexthedog said:
Jammy Dodger :D
Whatever that is..
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haha that's what he says all the time
Diysis posted over a year ago
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It's a Biscut...
treddy_bear posted over a year ago
totaldramafan96 said:
It's probably something like:

Gkidigbfiufrgtsergfjhxbcvhjvfusdojhvsufh.

C:
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totally!
Diysis posted over a year ago
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he i was cracking up when i read that... now i have learnt it of by heart Gkidigbfiufrgtsergfjhxbcvhjvfusdojhvsufh... see!
xxfayexx posted over a year ago
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You copied and pasted! Plagiarized, nah just kidding!
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
Diysis said:
Nobody knows except Him, River and probably a few other time lords.
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nikstarwalt said:
Doctor Who's real name is,
Christopher Madison Shaw.
The Doctor was a little embarrassed of his middle name.
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What?
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tamrin98 said:
Mabey it's been right under our nose the entire time and his name is actually the doctor. Think about it all the time he was actually answering the question the enire time when he says just the doctor.
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No…that's not what the Doctor Who books say…
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
tennisnut said:
dr's name is bowtie
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Lol!
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
13thfloyd said:
Ian M Foreman but you already know that....
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We did?
Rainshadow999 posted over a year ago
tinybites said:
i recently found this on you tube, the reason we can't "say" his name is because its in symbols, and is better seen here!


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P.S. i agree with the theory of pond being em's and rory's daughter conceved dur, time travel...
tinybites posted over a year ago
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The name of the show is Dr Who? The clue is in the name. The name is unknown. Its not Forman. Thats the name of the yard in which the Tardis resides in the first episode. Susan Forman (an assumed name) calls him grandfather. Of course he has a name, but it will never be revealed.
john60 posted over a year ago
Dalekbuster523 said:
Maybe it's Barty Crouch junior? That'd explain why Barty Crouch Junior in Harry Potter and the goblet of fire looked like the Doctor(as David Tennant played him). It'd also be one great Harry Potter crossover.
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david tennant did play Barty Crouch jr, so that'd be a pretty cool connection coz i <3 HP, but unfortunately i don't think so :)
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I don't think the writer would make it that because they would be ripping off harry potter and that actor is the 10th so in order for that to be logical the doctor would have to be the 1st doctor not the 10th
bellastar244 posted over a year ago
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oh come don't be silly. His name can't be an earthly one. It must be something Gallifreyan like Rassilon's name
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
Gavla97 said:
He uses the name 'The Doctor' to symbolise that he helps people and saves lives, just like the Master has that name because he wants to dominate people.
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well if you remember the episode '' when a good man goes to war'' it mentions that when the doctor went to the gamma forest he change the meaning of doctor in the language of the forest from a healer to a mighty warrior
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He's not a doctor of medicine as Doctor said
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
xxelle350xx said:
Benjamin :) coz in 'Let's Kill Hitler' River says 'Hello Benjamin'
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you've got a v.good point, she IS his wife....
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well keep in mind that when she said that she didn't know that she was his wife because she had just met the doctor but xxelle350xx you do have a good point
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The "Hello Benjamin" is a tip of the hat to the Mike Nichols movie The Graduate, where Dustin Hoffman plays the main character whose name is Benjamin. Also in 'Let's Kill Hitler', River (as regenerated Melody Pond) props her foot up on the couch and the same shot from The Graduate is used framing The Doctor with River's leg.
TheFourthDoctor posted over a year ago
DoctorWho- said:
Season six episode 13 the wedding of riversong Doctor who is his name hidden in plain sight
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hkdante said:
What if his name actually sounds like Doctor Who? The way Dorian says it in the last episode makes it sound like it is three words...
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that a good point but i think that when Dorian was saying that i think he was going for the fact that the answer to the first question ever asked was his name not the fact his name sounded like doctor who
bellastar244 posted over a year ago
ThEeMoFlOwEr1 said:
I read in Wikipedia that at the Gallifrey school, there are different types of Time Lords, and one of them is the 'Renegades' which the Doctor and Master were a part of. Every renegade change their name upon leaving the school. So, though I may not know his name, I know why he changed it.
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rayrayray11 said:
Doctor Who series 4 episode 13 Davros says to the doctor 'I name you forever, you are the destroyer of worlds.'
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Leah_says_relax said:
Brian
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nelzor1 said:
I think Doctor Name is Gendalf.Bicouse The Master or "Sexon" say to Doctor say hallo Gendalf.!!!!!

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Rose42012 said:
We'll find out at the end of DW, unfortunately this won't be ALL that far away because The Doctor said he can only have 13 incarnations and he's already on his 11th so, you know?
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wait I thought timelords only get to regenerate 12 time before they die good?
bellastar244 posted over a year ago
DraidenGunGiest said:
isn't it obvious ? ... George Lucas O.o
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how does George lucas mack sence
bellastar244 posted over a year ago
TARDISgirl3 said:
His name has never been spoken on the series, and it has been heavily hinted in the most recent season, that the oldest question in the universe, which if answered will affect everything, is Who is the Doctor or What is the Doctor's name? In the original series, they did everything short of coming right out and saying it, that he was one of the creators of the Time Lords. When it was just Gallifreyans, 3 men, Rassilon, Omega, and another man known simply as The Other (because no one knows his name) created the Eye of Harmony and the Time Lords as we know them. The Other sacrificed himself, but his being was put in the Eye of Harmony and basically put into the energy. Several thousand years later, the Doctor is born, a reincarnation of The Other. In fact, his first companion was the granddaughter of The Other, and she recognized The Doctor as her grandfather, though he looked different. She was his first traveling companion. So the mystery of his name has puzzled and eluded all of the universe since as far back as time can go, and it has yet to be revealed, if ever it will.
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nancynancynancy said:
d3Σx2 which means:Chrístõdavõreendiamondhærtmall­õupdracœfiredelúnmiancuimhne de Lœngbærrow WHICH MEANS:LONELY CHILD!
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Wow!!!😮♡♡
Geekyballerina posted over a year ago
Riraso said:
Emmett Brown!!

Two timetraveling doctors! coincidence? I think not!

Besides... has anyone thought why the Doctor has a sonic SCREWDRIVER of all things?? Wouldn´t it be hilarius, if he was some sort of janitor at Galifrey , who wanted to become something more, and then stole a TARDIS and started calling himself the Doctor???


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chasejones0032 said:
In the episode "The Pandorica Opens", the oldest message in recorded history, "hello sweetie" left by River Song also had Greek letters underneath that begin with Theta Sigma. We know the Doctor said he preferred to be called the Doctor when his colleague called him Theta Sigma in his early days. Also, we know River Song knows his real name according to David Tennant in the episode "The Forrest of the Dead" when he tells River that she whispered his name in his ear.
"The Pandorica Opens" episode shows the Doctor telling Amy that he followed th coordinates on the cliff face, which were left by River who knows his name, and he says next "earth, Brittain" and the year they arrived in. As I said, underneath "hello sweetie" was Theta Sigma, which I take to mean what you would write to a friend when giving directions in a message....First you would give ur message a clever title, like "hello sweetie", and next you'd all ur friend by name, like " Theta Sigma", and then you'd give them the message, like coordinates (earth, Brittain).
Of course I could be wrong, but I think his name is more complicated than the words Theta Sigma. In some translations, Theta means people or the people. Sigma means the sum of. If the question that must never be answered is really doctor Who?, as foreshadowed in the next season, then it could be that the doctors true name somehow means sum of the people, or people's summation. This would definitely make a great scenario for "the question" and why it could never be answered. Did the Doctor somehow create the human race? Like I said, I could be way off base, but I've researched the names and Greek symbols and this is one idea I've come up with.
Also, in the letter from the council of the defense when the Doctor is on trial, his name is hard to translate, but the symbol "chi" with a two is translated in one way as "air, breath" or the internal necessity for life.
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In the episode "The Pandorica Opens", the oldest message in recorded history, "hello sweetie" left by River Song also had Greek letters underneath that begin with Theta Sigma. We know the Doctor said he preferred to be called the Doctor when his colleague called him Theta Sigma in his early days. Also, we know River Song knows his real name according to David Tennant in the episode "The Forrest of the Dead" when he tells River that she whispered his name in his ear. 
"The Pandorica Opens" episode shows the Doctor telling Amy that he followed th coordinates on the cliff face, which were left by River who knows his name, and he says next "earth, Brittain" and the year they arrived in. As I said, underneath "hello sweetie" was Theta Sigma, which I take to mean what you would write to a friend when giving directions in a message....First you would give ur message a clever title, like "hello sweetie", and next you'd all ur friend by name, like " Theta Sigma", and then you'd give them the message, like coordinates (earth, Brittain). 
Of course I could be wrong, but I think his name is more complicated than the words Theta Sigma. In some translations, Theta means people or the people. Sigma means the sum of. If the question that must never be answered is really doctor Who?, as foreshadowed in the next season, then it could be that the doctors true name somehow means sum of the people, or people's summation. This would definitely make a great scenario for "the question" and why it could never be answered. Did the Doctor somehow create the human race? Like I said, I could be way off base, but I've researched the names and Greek symbols and this is one idea I've come up with.
Also, in the letter from the council of the defense when the Doctor is on trial, his name is hard to translate, but the symbol "chi" with a two is translated in one way as "air, breath" or the internal necessity for life.
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shilo102 said:
This question that everyone is so curious about is simple: there will NEVER be an answer. If they ever gave his true Galafrain name, it wouldn't be Doctor "Who"...... But I enjoy everyone's thinkings !
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This question that everyone is so curious about is simple: there will NEVER be an answer. If they ever gave his true Galafrain name, it wouldn't be Doctor "Who"...... But I enjoy everyone's thinkings !
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kerochan85 said:
well i should ask River
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Hono_neko said:
In one of the books, they said that the Doctor's name was a string of Greek letters and mathematical symbols. In other words, I dunno. I do know the TARDIS's name, though. It's Sexy.
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MillyMurderous said:
This may seem a bit illogical but I believe that The Doctor's name is hidden throughout the Comic and Television series. Through context, actions, thoughts, quotes, memories etc. He has a name, He's told us before. I just think the writers are brilliant enough to have hidden it. Who is brilliant enough to figure it out?
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fassmackey said:
Theta Sigma. According to the fourth doctor.
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Theta Sigma is just a nickname DON'T YOU EVER LISTEN???
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
docterwho said:
Nearly everyone has a name for the doctor but we don 't know if any of them is his real name or not.This is because the writers of doctor who have not made him one
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TheLostGirl13 said:
That's not true now. If you went on Torchwoods spy page them it would say what his real name is. The amazing and brilliant Doctor's real name is actually Davros
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whovian110 said:
Listen The Doctor's name is a mystery reveal the mystery the show would effin' suck!
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ByronFunkhouser said:
Peter Sigma
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how does Peter sigma mack sense
bellastar244 posted over a year ago
ac01003029 said:
Remember when river told the doctor his name and he repeated it to her on the wedding of river song and it was really look into my eye. Then maybe all she said was look into my eye and if you look closely he stares at her eye so she never really died like he never so we have thousands of more episodes with her. My theory is because of rule number 1- the doctor lies
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MrsFinnick said:
We don't know for sure now, but i have a feeling we will find out soon with the whole silence will fall thing and his name. For now, we can just call him John Smith :)
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John smith to me most likely is the most logically next to doctor because that what people call him so i think you might that we should just call his either the doctor of john smith
bellastar244 posted over a year ago
no1drwhofan said:
According to my knowledge, no one is aware of the Doctor's genuine name, apart from Melody Pond/River Song.
However, he has many aliases-the main one being 'John Smith'. :) His nickname in the Prydon Academy, South Gallifrey, was Theta Sigma. :D
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According to my knowledge, no one is aware of the Doctor's genuine name, apart from Melody Pond/River Song. 
However, he has many aliases-the main one being 'John Smith'. :) His nickname in the Prydon Academy, South Gallifrey, was Theta Sigma. :D
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Ahthen said:
It's a mathematical equation translated to ∂³∑x² how you would pronounce that in Gallifren is anyone guess.

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Now if the writers decide to fuck up CONTINUITY then it may change.
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I think that is correct because there is many ties with the Gallifreyan alphabet and the Greek one. There is a time lord inventor named Omege, the last letter in the Greek alphabet. Once in an episode of the new doctor who, maybe the one where the byzantium crashes and there are the weeping angels, I thought I saw a few Greek letters on the home box (definitely and Omega, and maybe some others) and the Doctor's nickname in the time lord academy was Theta Sigma, which are both letters of the Greek alphabet, and the Master's nickname was Omicorn Sigma, which are both also letters of the greek alphabet. And the thing up there, I think would be pronounced in English like delta-cubed-sigma-x-squared. I think this has something to do with the Theta Sigma because both have Sigma in them. (and I know for certain Theta Sigma was his nickname)
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Sorry, about the inventor, I meant OmegA (with and a), not Omege.
uneed2know posted over a year ago
mbsfan said:
Theta Sigma
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Theta Sigma is just a nickname you dumbass
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
ImTheDoctor said:
The Doctors name is THETA SIGMA Theta is the Greek word meaning a divine life force and sigma is the Greek symbol for the end or the sum meaning he is the answer to divine life or possibly he is the divine one (A.K.A GOD)
now I don't believe he is god but he is important.
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Theta Sigma is just a nickname
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
KateKicksAss said:
I dunno....maybe Bob?

Everyone is probably just over thinking it... it's probably just something simple and possibly boring....maybe he's too embarrassed to tell people that his real name is really just Bob? XD
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dorian982 said:
Actually remember end of last season, he didn't tell river his name. He told her "look in my eyes". It's the whole set up of how he survived his "death". My feeling is the spaceship thing he was in is going to turn out River riding in it, and that's how she survives the shadows that killed her in first episode she shows up in.
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SharnaBanana said:
John Smith
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That is his alias. :D Xx
no1drwhofan posted over a year ago
7bella3 said:
i always thought it was John Smith,cos of the doctor's name at the 10th doctor when he turned humman o-o
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John Smith is his incognito
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
MikaylaRH said:
The Doctor has no real name. The show only has him as "The Doctor"

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Crystal3362 said:
He tells river but they never say the actual name.
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Kyprian said:
According to RTD, it's Kevin. According to the novels, it's a mathematical symbol. My guess? It's Myrddin. If you know Welsh/Gaelic, and have a knowledge of the show's history, you know where I'm going with this....
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His real name is not Kevin. His real name can't be an earthly one. It must be a Gallifreyan as Rassilon is.
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
john60 said:
The name of the show is Dr Who? The clue is in the name. The name is unknown. Its not Forman. Thats the name of the yard in which the Tardis resides in the first episode. Susan Forman (an assumed name) calls him grandfather. Of course he has a name, but it will never be revealed.
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it may be revealed in the end of the show
Giorgis141 posted over a year ago
Scarfy said:
Let's get the Internet on this case.....
... probably shouldn't have gotten Tumblr to do this.
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Let's get the Internet on this case.....
... probably shouldn't have gotten Tumblr to do this.
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brightsong said:
Well I don't think it's his real name but he used to be called Theta, back in the days when he was all besties with the master who was called Kosechei. Might have just been a nickname though......
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it was a nickname
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His nickname in the Time Lord academy was Theta Sigma (I believe that if I'm correct about his real name, which I think in English would be pronounced like delta-cubed-sigma-x-squared, then it would explain the SIGMA part of Theta Sigma)
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firefall1 said:
The doctor really never told river his name but what he did tell her is to look into his eye, he was one of those robots that take on shape and he is inside it. So all I can say is that he doesnt really tell any one his name.
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scifi1701 said:
In "The Armageddon Factor", the final serial of the 16th season, the Doctor (Tom Baker) is looking for the sixth segment of the key to time. On the Planet of Evil, the Doctor runs into Drax, a Time Lord friend of his from Gallefrey. Drax refers to the Doctor by His nickname "Thete", short for Theta Sigma.
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ThaliaGrace15 said:
The Doctor (And celebirty terms the only one I know is Matt Smith)
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GallifreyGirl13 said:
The reason why nobody knows his name (except River Song) is because if it were said to anyone except his wife it would tear the universe apart. So yes his name is one of those powerful Gallifrian word he told Amy about.
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Helena_Justina said:
I'd like something greek, the greek names are so beautiful, or Antxon Urrutia, as all the males in the Vaya Semanita gags.
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emilyra6491 said:
He reveals his name to River Song in the episode "The Wedding of River Song". A youtube member who posted a video with the trailer for this was at a Dr. Who's writers convention when he heard one of the writers slip and say the Doctor's name. He gives a hint that it starts with an O and ends with an S. He has yet to reveal what it is. He says that it is really common and that he has said it many times over the years without alluding to the fact that it is in fact his true name.
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ryley54321 said:
his name is:
Academy Nickname : Theta Sigma
Writing :
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FutureCompanion said:
His actual name cannot be spoken by a human. When River Song says it in the library I think she can only say it because of being part Time Lord. The closest we have is : ∂³∑x² pronounced as "Theta Sigma" which (if I'm correct) is his old nickname. But I do have to say i much prefer the mysterious awesomeness of "The Doctor".

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In English, I'm pretty sure that his name would be pronounced like Delta-Cubed-Sigma-x-Squared and Theta Sigma WAS a nickname from the Time Lord academy.
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cjpearch said:
all i know is that his last name is song. Because Rory's last name is Williams and Amy's last name is Pond. And they had river. But the 11th doctor is married to River and her last name is Song.
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the reason Melody/ River's last name is songs is the only water in the forest is the river so instead of Melody pond its song river, which when you flip it becomes river song
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In some cultures the man takes the womans name after wedlock. He'd be Mr. River Song .But I think whatever his real name is that he hides it's because it is a really big deal to say it. For one thing, in Magic and such and fantasy fiction, knowing the TRUE NAME of a demon or devil lets you bind or control it.
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bellastar244 said:
Though the doctor's real name has not been revealed I believe that in season 7 when the doctor make it to the Fields of Trenzalord at the fall of the Eleventh, when no creature can speak falsely or fail to answer, a question will be asked - a question that must never be answered. So I guess that the answer to the question will be his name because if you recall the episode ''the wedding of River song'' it ends with Dorium (the blue guy that got beheaded) continuously saying '' Doctor who, Doctor who, Doctor who. Also in the episode '' when a good man goes to war'' the doctor put Melody Pond into his old crib, so I think that wouldn't it be possible that the written on the side could be his name. Also maybe the writers haven't created a name for the doctor so right now he doesn't have a name. And finally is it possible that when the doctor choose the name doctor, his real name disappeared.
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spoiler , keep watching. by now you may have seen a certain episode. very cool. especially the last few episodes .so much cool stuff revealed! Can't say exactly what.
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jljjjb said:
His name is "The Doctor"... he chose his name as a child. It's Gallifreyan tradition to choose your name after looking into the untempered schism... He chose "The Doctor" because he wanted to be someone to help people...
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samiue21223 said:
Hitler
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tinkerbell66799 said:
I heard somewhere that it was ∂³∑x²
I think that's what it is. But to be honest, I don't think anyone knows for sure.
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NEXTstep said:
Ex Theta-Sigma. Reasons for this:
1. The doctor gives River a short name, which was Ex.
2. The name given in the trial had Theta, Sigma, and Ex.
3. One of his friends called him Theta Sigma once, and he told him not to call him that, and that it was what they called him in class.
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The trial of the timelord episode gave the legal document with the name Delta 3 Sigma Chi 2 . though the greek letter Chi looks like an english X
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taytay6451 said:
guessss whhhattttttt....... I KNOW HIS NAME :D


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his name is Theta Sigma
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just a school nick name. But Dax the time lord called him Thete or Theta Sigma. This was a public name. the true name of the Doctor is a Secret name.
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dudefromsparta said:
Yeah, I agree with that previous answer. The "Fields Of Trenzalor, At The Fall Of The Eleventh (Eleventh Doctor) " is going to be the LAST episode, so why not? The writers may as well reveal the Doctors real name, as he is going to die, for real this time.
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not the last. but the first visit there...well you'll see
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Cochename said:
Well, the Doctor's name isn't exactly known, but i have a few theories of what it could be.
1) Something really lame like jeff or mark or something, he would want something more exciting.

2) something really embarrasing like bubblefluff or wigglepoof or something, that's just embarrasing

3) his name could actually be The Doctor for all we know. Gallifreyans have different names.

4) My most favorite and mysterious: he doesn't have a name.

I'm not sure what his name is, but i'm fine with The Doctor. You know what? we don't know the Master's name, either. but i'm betting it's not The Master.
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Asa_Doctor said:
Doctor Stover ^_^
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The10thDoctorDT said:
This is he's name!!! :D
A shame we don't speak Gallifreyan!
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This is he's name!!! :D
A shame we don't speak Gallifreyan!
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darksilverjesse said:
His name is a name that cannot be spoken, his name is what creates and can destroy. He goes by many names while hiding his own. Known only as Doctor, his title is his definition. a doctor can bring life or end it. create or destroy. to know his name is to control it's outcome. so the question that should never be asked is respected as knowing the answer could destroy the whole of creation.
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Just a guess , but maybe the knowing of his true name would allow something catastrophic to be made to occur. I know the Dr told at least one person, and later that person whispered it back to him. Later is a relative term in time travel stories.
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SamOwen said:
Maybe the doctor's name is 'W______ H_____ O________'? But I am sure it wouldn't sound human as he adopted "doctor" because he likes to make things better
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Hiyas said:
The doctor DOES have a name. But it's impossible to pronounce in ANY language.
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Reminds me of Mr. Spock's comment to his girlfriend Jill Ireland in the original Star Trek Series episode "This Side of Paradise" . She asked him his name other than Mr Spock and he says, you couldn't pronounce it.
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ihavenolife said:
in series 6, the main mystery is "silence will fall when the question is asked..." its not said exactly what the question is, but its "the question that must never be answered" and you can assume the question is "doctor who?" so, i think that the Doctor's name won't be revealed until the last episode, when silence will fall, the end.
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Season 7 gives some answers and the 50th anniversary ep will probably give more is my guess
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TheWarden said:
The Doctor's name. His real name, the one on his Gallifreyan birth (or loom, if you're one of the people who follow that tangent) certificate. The greatest secret in the world.

Well, not really. You see, in Marvel Comics Presents #57, a US reprint of Doctor Who strips in 1980, the backmatter page by Mary Jo Duffy claims that his real name is ∂³∑x² – this in turn taken from the "Making of Doctor Who", by Malcolm Hulke and Terrance Dicks from the mid seventies, taken in turn from a 'document' from his trial shown in the pages
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I read that issue of MC Presents, and your'e right. Same way with the book Making of Dr Who. though I no longer have a copy of either one. It's also on the legal document for the court in the Trial of the Time Lord, and in either the 3 Doctors or the 5 Doctors episode on a stone obelisk.
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Doctor_WhoNum11 said:
You cannot know the identity of the Doctor because it will literally destroy your world.
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andersenro said:
the doctors name is...........................................the picture down below in gallifrayan if you can decode that you will find out what the doctors name is.
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the doctors name is...........................................the picture down below in gallifrayan if you can decode that you will find out what the doctors name is.
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FanGirl12345 said:
Even though I want to know his name, I have to say that maybe not knowing is better then knowing!
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peanutter said:
42

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I get that joke. thanks for the fish.
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The_Doctor_Who said:
John Smith. I thought I made that obvious to you humans.
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I thought that was his alias? :)
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If it was his secret true name He never would have used it as his alias so often and openly. But J. Smith, John Smith, Johann Schmidt, Caligari, W, Van Wur, and others were just convenient temporary names he used in a pinch.
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tevion57 said:
As you will find out in 2018 in the final episode ever entitled Tommorow is a Garden,his name is revealed as Terath Sill. A prince of Gallefrey from the house of Sill.Dont believe me wait and see,oh and you will love the episode .The series will continue with the Doctors daughter to be screened in 2020 havnt seen it yet let you know how it goes.
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Darnit, Master you rune everything! I told you not to tell! ....ha ha. just so you know their will never be a last episode of Doctor Who, since its the cash cow of the BBC. Expect more spin offs too in addition to Torchwood and the Sarah Jane show..
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Oh yeah the doctors daughter from season 7. Jenny.
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rsrte said:
i think hes going to be related to river song Amy pond Rory Williams theirs this person who im not going to give there name who said that we find out his name in the last episode in this series as well some of his old companions are going to be in it im not sure if this is true or not
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squirrelgrrl123 said:
Personally, I think the Doctor's name is 'so secret', they won't reveal it. And if they do... There'll be no mystery after that!
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katabb09 said:
If you watch the journey to the centre of the tardis then you will know that clara did know his name when she went into the libary, but he says that to turn back time would mean she would forget it. And clara says well a secret is a secret. He will be revealing it to her in episode 8 of season 7 part 2 called the doctor name anyway.
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saw it. great episode. too bad she can't remember it. The ep that tells who and what Clara is , omg. blew my mind.
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Matty_Who said:
Theta Stigma is a anagram for Geisha Matt


Which in the early episodes of doctor who his friends call him Theta Stigma, meaning Geisha Matt which is pretty hard to pronounce...maybe this is his name?
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Theta SIGMA IS AN anagram of Stigmata He too
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asedunu said:
Pfft silly doctor your real name is Sharaugan
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falquinus said:
Ok, heres my theory. . .
The Doctors name IS 'Clara Oswin Oswald'.
Now hear me out. . . the name isn't his name, but 'SHE' is. . . he doesn't have to have a traditional name after all.
that would explain why she keeps coming back ect and, i don't know, it just seems like something that would fit. So his name is a person. . .
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Mattsy_Smif said:
Well I have old Doctor Who comics and one says his real name but i dont want everyone to know before the episode so.... IDK how I am supposed to tell u well.... Ill just say it but they may change it but in my comic the Doctors name is Theta Sigma according to the comic. DO NOT SAY U KNOW HIS NAME AND SPREAD IT, IF UR GONNA TELL SOMEONE SAY THAT I SAMANTHA TAVARES TOLD U AND IF U DONT I WILL FIND UR SORRY ASS AND GET MY KNIFE IN YOUR NECK!!And if the episode says somthing eles, They changed that ugly name to fit Matt' s sexy face.
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Someone looked a little too long into the crack in time space at the time vortex..
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thedoctorxrose said:
well its definatly not jhon smith but all will be revealed in season seven finale the name of the doctor His Secret Revealed
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In the Prisoner tv series, Number Six was thought to be John Drake from Secret Agent Man. In the Fox series "John Doe" he can't remember his real name. My name is John.too. But the Doctor has used James McCrimmon, John Smith and other fake identities as a whim. It ruined Wolverine to reveal his true name and origin.
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boop273 said:
(oYo)
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SipNGrip11 said:
Before it airs this weekend this is my theory on the Dr.'s REAL name:
F all the dots people are trying to connect and focus on the equation which is SUPPOSED to be a joke and his nickname from the academy.
Theta Sigma:
Theta:A measure of the rate of decline in the value of an option due to the passage of time. Theta can also be referred to as the time decay on the value of an option. If everything is held constant, then the option will lose value as time moves closer to the maturity of the option.
Sigma: (one definition) Chemistry & Physics relating to or denoting an electron or orbital with zero angular momentum around an internuclear axis.
∂³∑x² : Everyone keeps saying its just a joke but I searched lonnnnng and hard (because I'm a dork) and a few math pro's state that the equation if truelly broke down = 0 OR x=0 x=0
I think to "end" the time war he had to create a paradox that's time locked and if his name is spoken (being that everything can basically be broken down into numbers) the whole universe would fold in on itself. With all that said.........they're still not going to tell you his name! :) Dr. WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO?
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EverlongLithiam said:
Theta Sigma
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nic2434523454 said:
time king
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souffle_girl said:
Keith
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Q-Astyles said:
The Doctor's race mastered all of time and space, so I imagine to communicate with beings on various levels of intelligence and what-not they have a different name for each. They have a different name for every creature that was, is, and will ever be created. Something on an impossible to communicate scope...
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rolfrykken said:
Max Headroom
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purplelean said:
Before it airs this weekend this is my theory on the Dr.'s REAL name:
F all the dots people are trying to connect and focus on the equation which is SUPPOSED to be a joke and his nickname from the academy.
Theta Sigma:
Theta:A measure of the rate of decline in the value of an option due to the passage of time. Theta can also be referred to as the time decay on the value of an option. If everything is held constant, then the option will lose value as time moves closer to the maturity of the option.
Sigma: (one definition) Chemistry & Physics relating to or denoting an electron or orbital with zero angular momentum around an internuclear axis.
∂³∑x² : Everyone keeps saying its just a joke but I searched lonnnnng and hard (because I'm a dork) and a few math pro's state that the equation if truelly broke down = 0 OR x=0 x=0
I think to "end" the time war he had to create a paradox that's time locked and if his name is spoken (being that everything can basically be broken down into numbers) the whole universe would fold in on itself. With all that said.........they're still not going to tell you his name! :) Dr. WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO?
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salgarrods said:
His name is Horton. Horton Who.
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jord91334 said:
the doctors name is said to be unpronouncable to a human. anyone can pronounce any word if they tryed, therefore it cant be a word, it has to be a noise. therefore, i think his name, is the noise that the tardis makes. :)

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alexbooker1 said:
I thin th doctor's name is alonzie alonzo
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befy7 said:
His name is inside the word "torchwood"
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torchwood is an anagrom of Doctor Who
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Blitzershy said:
Doctor Foreman
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Grandfather of the young girl called Susan Foreman at the Coal Hill School in London, The name Foreman was a pseudonym taken from the sign on the junkyard where the Tardis is parked in episode 1.
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Jonnyboy7 said:
John Hurt

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alex199045 said:
dave?
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simpleplan said:
Please
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Doctorwhokitty said:
I Think we will find out on the 50th anniversary episode of that series because
at the end of the episode 'The Name of The Doctor' John Hurt (the ACTUAL 9th doctor) is the only reincarnation of the Doctor who broke his promise (the promise is to say that he is the Doctor and to call himself the Doctor) thefore we will find out on the 50th anniversary or the series that will continue from there! Hope I helped! 💟🐱! Doctorwhokitty out!
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interesting. but we don't know which incarnation John Hurt plays. A timelord such as the Master may have more than the customary regeneration set, as long as the there is enough powere. withan eye of harmony in the tardis the Doctor can get more regenerations . He may have even forgotten some of the past ones. and 11 doesn't know what 12 or more will do yet.
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Danimal123456 said:
I doubt this is right, but I have a theory. Whenever River Song is trying to find the Doctor, or is meeting up with him, she always say "hello sweetie". Sweetie, maybe, probably not, just a guess
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Aman2901 said:
The Doctor must have an alien name, since he isn't human. The only person who knows his name so far is Professor River Song. If we are to know his name, it may be in the final episode of the final season with the final Doctor (lets just hope he's ginger!). So his name wouldn't be Alfonso, or Bob, or Timmy, etc. Only the Doctor and River Song know the Doctors name. Since there are only eleven, we won't know until number thirteen. Enjoy the wait! Doctor Who continues on November 23rd, with a new companion, and a new Tardis interior!
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doctorwho88 said:
I just watched the doctors name and it's Megs

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Pretender5552 said:
I am not sure if this is his name or a short hand for it or just a pet name, but the eighth doctor leaves his brother Braxiatel a pair of socks in A life in Pieces book. On the card is signed Thete
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Psybertrack said:
I]ve heard over 114 guesses so far. In fiction on the web one site lists this and gives the below explanation more or less as to where he got it from. I found out how it's written in Gallifreyan the lanquage of the Time Lords.(Old Gallifreyan, not unicode. It appears on several episodes, like Rivers message on the cliff, and some other places). It's written as: ∂³∑x² , which is 3 greek letters and 2 numbers, and possibly mathematical in meaning. Literallly its Delta Cubed Sigma Chi Squared, or Delta to the power of 3 Sigma Chi to the power of two. Some have said its meant to mean Dexs or Deexs or the like. Though delta is like D, sigma is like S, and Chi is like K or CH.
    "Chrístõ-davõreen-diamondhært-mallõup-dracœ-fire-delún-miancuimhne de Lœngbærrow,"
    Christopher (Italian-from Christopher Eccleston), David (Irish surname-from David Tennant), diamond heart (Dr’s cold, hard, and brilliant character), Bad Wolf (sort of French or the name Mal Loup/Trinity Wells character in “World War 3”), dragon fire (an episode name with the 7th Doctor), of the Moon or Moon day (sort of French or Irish), Ambition/Desire (Irish), Remembrance (Irish, found on gravestones and memorials), of Long barrow, If anyone wants the list of the over 100 guesses email me at johnjohndamanda@yahoo.com.
below is a picture of the Doctors calling card from "remembrance of the Daleks" and has a stylized question mark and greek letters and mathematical symbols.

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I]ve heard over 114 guesses so far. In fiction on the web one site lists this and gives the below explanation more or less as to where he got it from. I found out how it's written in Gallifreyan the lanquage of the Time Lords.(Old Gallifreyan, not unicode. It appears on several episodes, like Rivers message on the cliff, and some other places). It's written as: ∂³∑x² , which is 3 greek letters and 2 numbers, and possibly mathematical in meaning. Literallly its Delta Cubed Sigma Chi Squared, or Delta to the power of 3 Sigma Chi to the power of two. Some have said its meant to mean Dexs or Deexs or the like. Though delta is like D, sigma is like S, and Chi is like K or CH.
	"Chrístõ-davõreen-diamondhært-mallõup-dracœ-fire-delún-miancuimhne de Lœngbærrow," 
	Christopher (Italian-from Christopher Eccleston), David (Irish surname-from David Tennant),  diamond heart (Dr’s cold, hard, and brilliant character), Bad Wolf (sort of French or the name Mal Loup/Trinity Wells character in “World War 3”), dragon fire (an episode name with the 7th  Doctor), of the Moon or Moon day (sort of French or Irish), Ambition/Desire (Irish), Remembrance (Irish, found on gravestones and memorials), of Long barrow, If anyone wants the list of the over 100 guesses email me at johnjohndamanda@yahoo.com.
below is a picture of the Doctors calling card from "remembrance of the Daleks" and has a stylized question mark and greek letters and mathematical symbols.
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TARDIS-Granger said:
I am sure no knows beside the doctor himself. If the name is anouced the show is pretty much over,with no mystery.So I hope they never do that. That would be a horribal ending. like the ending of Harry Potter. I hate the end of that book.
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Yean, I agree with you, though I have fun guessing. I thinkit is an integral part of making the Doctor Who series so great tha we dont know his real mysterious name. To tell his true name would be like taking away batman's cowl or superman's cape or green arrows' bow, etc...
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The12thDoctor said:
d3ΣΧ2
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alicemacarthur said:
What if the Doctor's real name is the opening song and we've known it all along?
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doctorwhotardis said:
I think The Doctors name is Bartholomew Crouch Jr. Have you ever noticed that the actor of The Doctor in season two also plays Barty Crouch Jr. In Harry potter.
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jonjonat said:
Birdromon
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Why did you suggest a digimon's name as the doctors? D:<
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valuedgurly said:
No one knows The Doctor's name, but some people(including the Daleks) Call him "the oncoming storm."
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007doctorcheese said:
they probably haven't made it yet or are still decidng. But i bet his last name is Who. also if we new his name they would have to rename the show
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GwenFanxxxx said:
Jugenmujugenmugokonosurikekaij­arisugemosugematsuunraimatsufu­raimatsukurunetokoronisuremoto­koroyaburakoujinoburakoujipaip­opaipopaiponoshuringashuringan­ogurindaigurindaigurindainopon­pokupiponpokunanochoukyuumeino­chousuke
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jaybe14 said:
I think i heard in an episode that his name is victorious.
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Dariin_1D said:
"Silence will fall when the question is asked. The question that must never be answered. Doctor Who?"
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spilledpaint said:
Technicly your to supposed to know, but ask River Song because in a parallel time The Docter married her.
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doctorwho18 said:
Jim tale
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pudgey14 said:
The doctors name is the other im sure for these reasons;
The other is said to have a strong bond with the hand of omega, which is a mobile interstellar manipulator which i believe was used to fashion parts of the universe as it is essentially a huge terraforming device sure as the 10th doctor found a smaller one which is why the stars go out when the doctor dies.
The other was said to be re-loomed (which is how time lords/gallifreyans were said to be born before the sisterhood that originally owned gallifrey) as the first doctor.
And a gallifreyan festival known as otherstide was a festival to celebrate the other as a founder of the time lord society which just happens to be on the same day as the doctors naming day...

He is not called theta sigma in fact that was only his alias for two reasons as 1. it was his nickname in gallifreyan academy or school... 2. in an alternate timeline in which rassilon failed to finish the eye of harmony (the black hole in the middle of the tardis) the doctor never left gllifrey, instead he was a commentator where his name was commentator theta sigma.
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Mistyflower said:
I think his name is "Sorry." I know it sounds silly, but he's always saying "I'm sorry," and maybe that's him secretly telling people his name? In Forest of the Dead, before River whispers his name, she keeps saying "sorry." Also, he says it's unpronounceable. That might be a metaphor for how hard it can be to say you're sorry.
I know it's a long shot and I'm probably wrong, but I just like coming up with conspiracies like that. ;)
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thegirlwhowait said:
Ask Riversong, SHE KNOWS!
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AdLungbarrow said:
@whovian_4 no, actually; it isn't Theta Sigma. that was his nickname at the academy (source: classic episode. I can't remember the name of it, but I'm sure if you search the key words "Drax, Tom Baker & Theta Sigma" you'll find the clip).

to answer the original question,
ive read/seen from lots of sources that the doctor's name is Christo Chuimhne de Lungbarrow (shortened).
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oxZeebsrichxo said:
I think his name is BOB
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samantha_green said:
His name was revealed in the last few minutes of episode 14 of season 7, his name is John Hurt.
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Dude, that was the name of the actor, they can't tell us the name or "Doctor Who" would have to be canceled, they can't tell us the real name, it is a word that can bring galexys to its knees, an only the doctor and river knows it
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Megadreamer said:
when Amy and Rory were leaving, he said his middle name in Bad Penny.
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Time_lord101 said:
Theta sigma,take that silence
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darange said:
no one knows except for the Doctor, River, and Clara (but then she forgot)
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no one knows except for the Doctor, River, and Clara (but then she forgot)
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nushika said:
JOHN SMITH
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sasiejarvis09 said:
The doctors name is theta sigma it's the translation of the symbols. River songs name is Melody Pond so she is Rory and Amy's daughter and is also a time lord.
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_The_Doctor_ said:
At the moment the doctor's real name is Matt Smith ;)
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J-the-hedgehog said:
No one knows the real name, but we might learn it soon, now if you have seen "journey to the center of the TARDIS" the you would know that Clara found out his name, but she forgot it when the doctor reset time when the TARDIS was being magna clamped, but River made the doctor tell her somehow, so we should just find her and ask her, or become the doctor's traveling assistant and go to the library and read the book about the great time war
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Saratheo said:
Colin Morgan
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The_Doctor_J said:
The name of the Doctor is John Hurt.
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DR_XANTHUS said:
If one searches THE DOCTOR WHO resources that can be found. You will find the DOCTOR is actually his name since he came out of the looms after fleeing Rasilon's rage and dictatorship. He is actually from the DARK TIMES OF GALLIFREY. where he has another name. He, Omega and Rassilon were the founders of what became the TIME LORDS. In one episode the Doctor returned to Gallifrey and ran into a Lady who recognized him(she is said to have been his wife, also she is said to be OVER 2 MILLION years old) the name from the DARK TIMES IS..... THE OTHER.
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doctor47379 said:
I was lisening carfuly and put lyrics on the bottem and it told me his name! and it is Mace
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blueboxsonic said:
knowone knows his real name i think it is the doctor maybe that is his only name

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blackpawwolf said:
John Smith or Theta Sigma, Davros
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sem12347 said:
BBC company accidentally posted a video on youtube and said what's doctor who real name and if its true then his name is sathrafnugan.
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drrexmorgan said:
Sorry, all, but the answer is so oblivious that we all missed it. Who would know the Doctor's name? His wife of course. She greets the Doctor with it every time she sees him..right? So, the pronunciation of the Doctor's name is "Hello Sweetie"..
Dr Rex
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RWZMJL said:
Something the writers have built up to for 50 years and will be a total let down in the end.
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Vitandus said:
I know it, River Song called me it during a night of passion on the ruins of Skaro, but she swore me to secrecy :D
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Insane_Dragon24 said:
I did not read all the other answers, so this might be here already, but here is my theory: You all know how places get named after famous people for things they did there or other reasons? Well maybe the place Trenzalore because the doctor's body is there. The only flaw I can think of is when they did say the name of the planet in front of the door to his tomb it did not open, so maybe that is not it or rather not his whole name. Just a theory I had.
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igf said:
His name is Christodavoreendiamondhaertmalloupdracoefirede-lunmiancuimhne de Loengbaerrow
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RoseTyler12 said:
I remember that river calls The 11th doctor Benjamen in season 6 let's kill hitler
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whovianauthor said:
in the Time of the Doctor, Clara says to the timelords that his name is The Doctor...
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Carte027 said:
In "The Making of Doctor Who" published in 1972 it says the doctor's name is δ³Σx²

Over the years a lot of gallifreyan text has been translated. I'm sure if someoneactually dug up a lot of the translations they would be able to decode this.
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KaylaBaraonda said:
Uh, apparently his true name is locked within Gallifrey, and if he said it, it would ultimately come the apocalypse and destroy everything, so nobody knows it, only River and the TARDIS do.


But actually, in the first episode, his name was simply supposed to be "Doctor Who". He was not even suppose to be an alien- he and Susan were originally mysterious humans from some distant place in the future or the past. Susan did say she was on an orange planet with silver-leaved trees, but that may easily be a really-distant-future Earth, or they may simply have colonized another planet.

Just in the Jon Pertwee era, they were starting to turn him into an alien.

Yes, he looked human, but that was because they did not have very much budget until the late Fourth Doctor era.

And, also, in the Fifth Doctor era, there were aliens that basically were just humans but indipendently evolved on other planets. (Adric, Nyssa, and Vislor Turlough - the latter usually just called Turlough for short, they did not have last names for some reason.)
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EventHorizon said:
The doctor's real name mathematically translates to the word "Deny".
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JHawx said:
This is the doctors name written in old language.
the language being circular Gallifreyan, which was the first time lords language. There are 9 versions of the Gallifreyan to the date.
Note, Dr. name is unknown in english, possibly because it cannot be articulated in human dialect with humans voice cords.
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This is the doctors name written in old language.
the language being circular Gallifreyan, which was the first time lords language. There are 9 versions of the Gallifreyan to the date.
Note, Dr. name is unknown in english, possibly because it cannot be articulated in human dialect with humans voice cords.
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lily98tn said:
No one can know the doctor name because he can only say it to his wife. That is why in the library, the Doctor said to River that there was only one time he could say his name. Also when he whispered into his ear to "Look in my eyes" and she thought it was going to be his name. :)
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linkfire111 said:
Here is a good answer. In the academy on Gallifrey, he was nicknamed Theta Sigma. His fake name on Earth was John Smith. Some enemys refrenced him as Ka Faraq Gatri. But his real name is ∂³∑x². For real. But his spelled out name is...
Chrístõdavõreendiamondhærtmallõupdracœfiredelúnmiancuimhne de Lœngbærrow
Chrístõ to his friends
Another of his names his chritaéroõdesmaérãtoru

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cloe-joe84 said:
Theta-sigma Mandori-calavarimonturis. Just a guess,cos it sounds timelordy.
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Theta-sigma Mandori-calavarimonturis. Just a guess,cos it sounds timelordy.
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StarahAlece said:
no one knows his name because the first and original writer didn't give him one so he could be very mestirious
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FOOOKWAN said:
If you look at the episode where david meets shakesphere it say his name roags or wroags .


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