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Subject: I started to answer this . . .
Author: Chrisell   (Authenticated as Chrisell)
Date: August 24, 2006 at 12:01:21 AM
Reply to: Nevermind by may1787
. . . but I didn't get to the end of 'B' before I got to annoyed to continue.

First off - these names are words, and their meanings can be found at www.dictionary.com, www.answers.com, or www.etymonline.com:

Aster
Chappel (Chapel)
Cedar
Caillou
Friday
Nouvel
Pirate
Poem
Parish
Petal
Rogue
Rebel
Rumer (Rumour)
Ransom
Sainte (Saint)
Sonnet
Tryst
Torrent
Tripp (Tryp) (Trip)
Trout
Thorne (Thorn)
Tuesday
Thistle
Thursday
Vesper
Whisper
Whysp (Wysp) (Wisp)

These names are places, and you can probably find out about them at www.answers.com:

Albany
Astoria
Aragon
Boston
Calgary
Dorset

These names are so similar to existing names that they shouldn't have been an issue:

Dierdra = Deirdre
Dillen = Dylan
Dru = Drew
Euen = Euan
Eadoin = Eadaoin
Eadye (Eadie, Eydie) = Edie
Finnean = Finnian
Grette = Greta
Ilias = Ilyas
Kayne = Kane
Kaie = Kay
Keene (Koine) = Keane
Lucias = Lucius
Launcelot = Lancelot
Larke = Lark
Owyn = Owen
Selia = Celia
Taite = Tate
Teag (Teig) = Teague

Would someone else like to handle the ones that are actually obscure names or surnames?



Chrisell

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us. - J.R.R. Tolkien.



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