||some Saxon names... appearently
||Silver (guest, 126.96.36.199)
||October 16, 2002 at 11:03:07 PM
According to the book "The writer's guide to everyday life in the middle ages: the british isles fro 500 -1500" by Sherrilyn Kenyon the names Bretwalda (m) means King, and the name Cwen (f) means Queen in Saxon.
Is there any validation to this?
I can't find anything anywhere else that even has these names?
Ty for your help.
For the record I find the name Bretwalda hiddeious and feminine...
Cwen is cute, but looks like somone forgot the lil stick on their G.
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- some Saxon names... appearently - Silver Oct 16 2002, 11:03:07 PM