# What is my name...

Question: I am two five letter names 500 is at the start, 10 is in my heart. In the middle of that is 1, Near the end is none. At the end is 14, Yet that is not all that has been seen. It's a word that rhymes with liver, Yes, to the left of that is river.

Riddle Discussion

By: borealis123 on 27/5/15

I think this would be a great riddle if you were a bit more clear. For example, you say there are two five letter names, but then we do not know which of the two the clues are referring too, or even if they are referring to the same one. Also, the "Near the end is none" is kind of a stretch. Otherwise, i think it's great!

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