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Subject: Re: Feminine Equivalent of 'Fitz'
Author: Anthroponomastics   (Authenticated as Anthroponomastics)
Date: August 4, 2010 at 10:38:50 AM
Reply to: Feminine Equivalent of 'Fitz' by Xuxu
It's actually unisex (especially if the name in question is Fitzroy)...not as a first name, but as a surname, of course. For example, Fitzroy was the surname given to most illegitimate children of kings in medieval England (the Beauforts were an exception to this).

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