As someone whose job definition includes "research", I find it offensive that people would presume to make so-called information websites without bothering to go beyond the first available explanation for anything. If you are correct - and I don't believe you are - then the fact that they are guilty of plagiarisation is no better than being guilty of fabrication.
Besides, the name we were talking about originally was not in fact Charlotte
. The OP's original reference said nothing about Searlait
being a variation of Charlotte
, just that it was French meant "tiny and womanly". Last time I checked, 'lait' is not a suffix meaning "tiny", so the original description of it being thrown in for no good reason is entirely accurate.
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