|Subject:||Re: Spanish Equivalent|
|Author:||Daividh (guest, 184.108.40.206)|
|Date:||June 8, 2002 at 4:05:57 PM|
|Reply to:||Spanish Equivalent by Alisha|
I'm not aware of any direct equivalents, so it may be necessary to get a bit, umm, creative.
Blake in English derives from the Anglo-Saxon "blaec", which generically means "dark". One sense of "dark" could be "swarthy", so how about "Moreno"? "Oscuro" is a more obvious solution that I don't like as well.
For Mason, if you can't live with the literal "cantero", how about a masculine variation of "stone": "Piedro"? Or cut to the chase with "Pedro"...
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