|Author:||Silver (guest, 220.127.116.11)|
|Date:||January 26, 2002 at 4:58:42 PM|
Today i met a little boy named Rhod. Pronounced like 'road'. Appeartly this is from the gaelic rhod, meaning red, not from the greek rhodan.
Can we add this?
(it was funny, he had two brothers, one named Reese, and the other was Rufus. All R's, and one old gaelic name, meaning red, rufus means red, an older name you dont hear to much, and a modern name (Reese is old, but is reimerging much more popular)
Thank you :)
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