|Subject:||Re: Greek translation of Evelyn|
|Author:||Llewella (Authenticated as penguiny7)|
|Date:||September 1, 2008 at 4:54:57 AM|
|Reply to:||Re: Greek translation of Evelyn by Anneza|
Did you look up Evangeline? It's first known usage is in a poem by an English poet in 1847. Evelyn has been in usage longer than that. And its etymology is French/Germanic. The two names aren't related.
I believe the poster is looking for a Greek translation of Evelyn. Since the meaning of Evelyn seems to be speculated, I'm not sure if there could be a very accurate translation.
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