|Subject:||Origins and history|
|Author:||Eirena (Authenticated as Eirena)|
|Date:||June 28, 2005 at 12:02:41 PM|
Nhamo- female African name, Mozambique area. Name of the main character in the book A Girl Named Disaster, by Nancy Farmer. According to the book (fiction), Nhamo means disaster. Can anyone verify that?
Arsinoë- female name, ancient Egypt: name of several women in the family of Queen Cleopatra. Does anyone have any information on the etymology, origins, or other uses of this name?
"If you are robbing a bank and you're pants fall down, I think it's okay to laugh, and to let the hostages laugh, too, because come on, life is funny." - somebody's Xanga
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