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Subject: Re: Saraelye - Meaning/History Requested
Author: Miss Claire   (Authenticated as Miss Claire)
Date: June 3, 2005 at 7:12:11 AM
Reply to: Saraelye - Meaning/History Requested by Cyllya
The only names it reminds me of are Sarah ("princess") and Sarai (sah-rah-ee, sah-rie, meaning "my princess"). Sarel means "G-d's prince", so I think Sarael would be "G-d's princess". So Saraeli (sah-rah-elly) would be "my princess of G-d, my godly princess". And Saraelye could be a creative spelling. Of course, that is only valid if the name is in Hebrew, and I don't think pagan rituals use Hebrew. Maybe you should check in Celtic?


~~ Claire ~~


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My / are Aglaia and July

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