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ALMUCS f Medieval Occitan
This name was borne by Almucs de Castelnòu (c. 1140 – bef. 1184), a trobairitz from a town near Avignon in Provence.
AMOROS m Medieval Occitan
Directly taken from the Old Occitan masculine adjective amoros
"characterized by love; loving, amorous", ultimately from Medieval Latin amorōsus
EBLE m Medieval Occitan
Name used by the viscounts of Ventadour during the 11th century. The meaning may be connected with the history of the name of the Italian city Eboli.
MASCAROSE f Medieval Occitan
Mascarose was borne by two 13th-century female French nobles, Mascarose I of Armagnac, and Mascarose II of Lomagne.