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Subject: Re: "Ger" (Celtic) and "Lundr" (Old Scananavian) read on..
Author: Caprice   (Authenticated as Caprice)
Date: March 2, 2005 at 12:08:06 PM
Reply to: "Ger" (Celtic) and "Lundr" (Old Scananavian) read on.. by "Bagpus"
Ger is not a name, but, as Andy says, used as a part of several names, like Gerhard, Germund, Gertrud.
Lund means "grove". It's the name of a town in southern Sweden and it's also a surname, but it's never used as a first name.

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