All analysis paragraphs on Super Baby Names are based on the English alphabet. If your given name is based on a non-English alphabet, you can still figure out what your "combination" is, then just click that combination below.

All names can be reduced to one of 81 combinations. The basic principle is that position is what matters. If "A" is in the first position, then we assign it a value of "1" (and we group vowels separately from consonants).

### An example: "John"

We will calculate the combination for "John" and then you can replace the English alphabet used with your own alphabet to obtain your own combination. To facilitate this, we use a table:
``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R
S T U V W X Y Z
```
So, looking up "J" above, we see it has a value of "1" (for the consonants). Repeating with "O", we see a value of "6" (for the vowels). The "H" has a value of "8", and we add this to the current consonant total of "1" to get "9". The "N" adds "5" more to the "9", giving "14".

Vowels are listed first, and all values over 9 are reduced to the range of 1 to 9. To explain this a bit further, the method is based on 9 qualities, so that the number "10" is simply "1" in a new column, or "1" + "0" = "1".

So "14" is the same as "1" + "4" = "5" and we would say that "John" is a "6-5-2" combination. To read about it, just look for 6-5-2 below.