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Subject: Re: TERVAL
Author: Nanaea   (Authenticated as Nanaea)
Date: October 7, 2001 at 5:39:58 AM
Reply to: TERVAL by Trevor Danger
According to my Welsh names reference book, the masculine name of "Terfel" is still in use in Wales today. It is a variation of the name "Derfel" or "Derfael", which was the name of an early saint from the Llandderfel chuch in Merionethshire. The name means either "Oak Prince" (derw + mael) or "Stubborn Prince" (der + mael).

-- Nanaea

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