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Subject: Agree . . .
Author: Chrisell   (Authenticated as Chrisell)
Date: October 13, 2005 at 6:32:12 AM
Reply to: Re: About Ada by Cass
AY-da may well have been a set of syllables used as a name in Ancient Greece, but that doesn't mean that when parents in late Victorian English-speaking countries developed a passion for a name using those same syllables it necessarily came from the same source. A common Germanic-origin name is a far more likely origin for an English name than is an obscure Ancient Greek name.



Chrisell

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