|Subject:||Re: My name?|
|Author:||Devonelisa (Authenticated as Devonelisa)|
|Date:||March 13, 2004 at 8:35:24 AM|
|Reply to:||My name? by Ranner|
Ranner is an English surname, variant of Raynor, along with Rainer, Reiner, Rayner, Reyner, and Renner - all derived from the Germanic elements ragin 'counsel' and hari 'army' so means 'counsel army' or 'mighty army'. There was a Regenhere, son of a king of East Anglia (now Norfolk & Suffolk) in the 600's, the Rainer version appears in the Doomsday book showing a French influence on the spelling of the time and it's a well-established surname in all it's varieties here.
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