|Subject:||Re: Information about Annemund?|
|Author:||Andy ;—) (guest, 220.127.116.11)|
|Date:||April 28, 2008 at 12:43:25 PM|
|Reply to:||Information about Annemund? by Andrew|
I can't find the name in any of my books. The second part seems clear: Germanic, e.g. Old High German (OHG) "munt" = protection.
For the first part AN I found several possibilities:
- OHG "ahn," ancestor (originally a babble word, "Lallwort")
- Germanic "an", to grant
- OHG "arn", eagle, simplified to "an"
This is taken from: Henning Kaufmann, Ergänzungsband zu Ernst Förstemann, Altdeutsche Personennamen, München 1968, p. 33
Unfortunately I have no idea whether this has to do with the name you mention. Sorry.
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