|Subject:||cool! and the Dessloch theory...|
|Author:||Silver (guest, 126.96.36.199)|
|Date:||February 4, 2002 at 10:34:15 AM|
|Reply to:||Re: Welcome Merriment :) by Nanaea|
I found the name Dessloch on my many travels, and at first glance it seems Gaelic
the loch perhaps just simply means 'loch' as a type of body of water.
And I found the Gaelic name Desmond on the site, the 'des' being from 'deas' which appears to mean 'from south'
So Dessloch seems like it could easily be a Gaelic name meaning 'from the south Loch'
Even if this is not what the name means, does this even make sence?
Am I starting to get the hang of this at all? lol
Any clue to what it could mean?
Thankz Nan, and rest.
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