||Silver (guest, 22.214.171.124)
||December 5, 2005 at 6:24:34 PM
||meaning?? by the historic
Also possibly can be an alteration of the english word Sonata
"a composition for one or two instruments, typically in three or four movements in contrasted forms and keys."
It is pronounced very similarily.
Many names that ending in the latin 'tus' were made femine by adding 'ata'. Some languages seem to use 'ada' instead of 'ata'.
Search "immacul" just to see what I mean.
If you advanced search 'sen*' without the quotation marks, you can find possible stems for the sen part of the name.
From searching the online etymology dictionary, 'sen' in words is often from the roman 'senex' meaning "old".
Found in words like senate, senile, senior.
Best of luck
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- meaning?? - the historic Dec 4 2005, 11:50:36 AM
- Re: meaning?? - Silver Dec 5 2005, 6:24:34 PM
- Re: meaning?? - Caprice Dec 4 2005, 1:10:15 PM