|Subject:||Re: Origin of the name SHARALEE|
|Author:||Nanaea (Authenticated as Nanaea)|
|Date:||February 22, 2001 at 2:49:01 AM|
|Reply to:||Origin of the name SHARALEE by Ana|
Tell the Nombres Policia over there in Spain that the name you've chosen is of American origin. It's most likely an invented name, combining the names "Shari", "Cher", or "Sharon" with "Lee".
"Sharon" is of Hebrew origin, and means "a plain".
"Lee" is of English origin, and means "a meadow".
Go for the combined meaning of "beloved meadow" for your child's name of "Sharalee", because "plain-meadow" is redundant.
Oh yeah, and if the Nombres Policia don't like that, you can always tell them you want to name your child after the well-known pie-making company called "Saralee". Because (as their motto goes): "Nobody doesn't like Saralee".
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