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Subject: Etymology of Warrick?
Author: Bri   (Authenticated as TCMB)
Date: June 30, 2006 at 4:54:29 PM
I've recently started to really like Warrick as a first name (please stifle all comments about CSI...), but I can't seem to find information on its etymology. At first, I thought it might have come from Warwick, but all the research I was turning up was saying that it meant either "strong leader/ruler" or "fortress". Now, I know the -rick part is probably where the "ruler" meaning comes from, but I'd really love to know the actual meaning and etymology of the whole name. Google results aren't telling me a thing, so any knowledge you guys have about this name's history would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Favourite names of the moment:
Boys: Cavanaugh, Lysander, Damien, Holden, Eberly, Warrick
Girls: Miela, Azucena, Kingsley, Parker, Thessaly, Jane
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