|Subject:||Thats not what I said at all (m)|
|Author:||LMS (Authenticated as LMS)|
|Date:||February 16, 2009 at 9:01:58 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: Leah by ZibiahRashidia|
The name has been typically known to be defined as meaning "weary" in Hebrew and I was wondering if it could also mean "languid" or if the two terms were so similiar that they basically mean the same thing.
There was no need for a harsh non-answer. And yes, generally a name means one thing (there are exceptions when names come from multiple elements). Names are derived from entymology and therefore follow what words and elements they are based off of.
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