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Subject: Re: No it's not (m)
Author: Murasaki   (Authenticated as lady murasaki)
Date: August 5, 2009 at 11:30:06 PM
Reply to: Re: No it's not (m) by Anneza
Romola is probably used, but is very uncommon. Romolo is slightly more common but mainly amongst older people. Romolo is obviously related to Roma because according to the legend he founded the city and gave it its name, though probably it's the other way around and the name of Rome has a different etymology.

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