|Subject:||Is SELMA the name of a country or a castle?|
|Author:||Andy (guest, 184.108.40.206)|
|Date:||August 21, 2004 at 2:31:32 AM|
I read that the name SELMA is not only (as this site says) a short form of ANSELMA but also a name of its own right, invented by James MacPherson (1736-96).
I haven't read the poems, but I heard that SELMA there is the name of a country. Another source claimed it was the name of a castle.
Now which is correct?
Thanks for your help!
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