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Subject: Re: Feminine forms of two Latin names
Author: lac   (Authenticated as lac)
Date: October 12, 2008 at 12:18:06 PM
Reply to: Re: Feminine forms of two Latin names by Kirke
I think I've heard of Nerina being derived from Nero, but that would be more modern Italian. I was wondering what the ancient Romans would have considered to be the feminine form of the name. Anyway, thanks for your help. :)

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