Now, about 'Harrys', I didnt claim in any of my previous posts that the English 'Harry' came from Greek 'Harrys'. All I said is that 'Harry' is indeed closer to Greek 'Harrys' than to Norman 'Henry'...and isn't that a fact???
No, what Cleveland
is saying is that the pronunciation of Harry
is the same
as the Norman
pronunciation of Henry
- they were the same name
times. There is no logical or linguistic connection with Harrys.
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