|Subject:||Darlene / Deorling ?|
|Author:||blodeuyn (Authenticated as blodeuyn)|
|Date:||June 22, 2006 at 8:49:23 PM|
So far doing a search on Deorling brings up different results. It is old English, Deor / deore meaning beloved, ling - suffix meaning littleness. Now Deorling will come up for Darrell, while Darlene comes from OE Dearling - though elsewhere I found that deorling is the orginating source for Darlene/Darleen.
So which one is it, is Deorling m or f ?
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