|Author:||Rene (Authenticated as Rene)|
|Date:||November 28, 2011 at 1:33:04 AM|
|Reply to:||Re: Schuyler by Orangecowgirl|
I think there is no need to worry about that meaning because several reliable sources give that meaning, including this site - just click Schuyler.
The language may well have changed in the last 300 years. The modern Dutch word now is scholier. Note that the equivalent German word Schüler is still quite near to Schuyler, at least in writing.
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