Pancras
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Will probably remind most people of 'pancreas'.
-- Anonymous User  2/7/2005
Ding-ding-ding, you are correct! ;]
-- Jasmine  3/1/2007
Yea it sure reminds me of pancreas!
-- dreamgirl54  11/10/2007
I don't mean to complain or anything, but how the heck does a "name" like this, which is so obviously archaic (and we're talking a few thousand years here, not your grandma's generation) and universally distasteful to anglophone sensibilities, make it into the main database when perfectly acceptable and lovely names such as "Mannis" languish unrated, uncommented upon and hard to get to on the user submitted lists? Ugh! What a horrific entry! Latrina is on the main database too. Holy cow!
-- leananshae  12/8/2007
Because this is an ETYMOLOGICAL site with names and meanings from all over the world. It's not a site made for American parents-to-be.
-- Caprice  8/31/2012
St Pancras is a railway station in London, and Pancras is the name of the parish it's in. So I guess if you'd conceived a son during a particularly long ticket queue, this might be suitable? :)
-- Anonymous User  11/2/2008
Um, sounds like pancreas, doesn't it? Weird to name your child an organ.
-- IronClocks  7/26/2015

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