||Meaning of 'Rymell' - response to previously archived post
||Rymell (guest, 220.127.116.11)
||March 17, 2005 at 1:43:39 PM
Rymell comes from the Anglo Saxon 'Rimhilde' meaning 'border battle'. It was originally a female forename and was also a name given to a two-handed broadsword. Maybe, when referring to women, it had a similar meaning to 'battle axe'??
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- Meaning of 'Rymell' - response to previously archived post - Rymell Mar 17 2005, 1:43:39 PM