|Subject:||Re: Help with meaning and origins of some male names|
|Author:||Murraymint Demonheart (guest, 220.127.116.11)|
|Date:||October 29, 2003 at 1:27:49 AM|
|Reply to:||Help with meaning and origins of some male names by Winter Roisin|
The following are self-explanatory (check in a good dictionary): Ballad, Birch, Falcon, Foxx, Obsidian, Reef(e), Ridge, Seven, Sun, Thatcher, Trapper.
Branigan - Irish, 'little crow' Bran + ic/ach + an (double diminutive ending).
Easton - 'east town'
Hann - form of John (Johannes) or Henry (often Hanry in the middle ages).
For the rest, check a good surname dictionary. Except for Dresden, which is a German place name.
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