|Subject:||Re: Satu, to continue ...|
|Author:||Satu (guest, 188.8.131.52)|
|Date:||October 23, 2003 at 2:36:56 PM|
|Reply to:||Satu, to continue ... by Anneza|
Probably it happened both ways: Gary and Garrett being forms of both Gerard/Gerhard and Gareth.
The most common way to explain the origin of the names Gary and Garrett is via Frisian forms of Gerhard: East- and West Frisian forms of Gerhard are Gerrit, Gerriet, Garrit, Gerret etc. which easily turn into Gary / Garrett in English.
... hope that helps? ;)
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