|Subject:||Re: Hey Nan and Daividh|
|Author:||Phyllis (guest, 22.214.171.124)|
|Date:||February 22, 2001 at 7:05:51 PM|
|Reply to:||Hey Nan and Daividh by Robyn Alisa|
Although I'm not the resident Celt, I am kinda "majoring" in Irish studies on campus, and one thing I learned in the "Irish political history" class is that up until recently (if not still), Liam was used mainly by Protestants in honor of William of Orange, the English king who defeated either Charles II or James II (I don't quite remember which). Maybe Daividh could be more specific.
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