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Subject: Re: Ibis
Author: Cleveland Kent Evans   (Authenticated as clevelandkentevans)
Date: February 20, 2006 at 1:00:11 PM
Reply to: Re: Ibis by Nikida
Is the person you know with this name a Hispanic-American? The pronunciation you describe who be close to the one in Spanish, and Ibis seems to be primarily a Hispanic name in the USA. I think it still comes from the name of the bird, however, whether it's Spanish or English. Alondra, the Spanish word for "lark", has been very popular as a girls' name in Latin America recently, and Iris is also really common in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, so it would be no surprise that Ibis would be taken up as a girls' name by Hispanic parents.

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