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Angel Thomas, better known on Nameberry as Dantea, is a stay-at-home mom with a passion for onomastics who writes fantasy novels in her spare time. Her knowledge of Greek names stems from her ancestry and her religion.
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Native American Names, Round 2 — Choctaw traditions

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A while back, Angel Thomas–aka Dantea–wrote about one side of her Native American heritage–the Cherokee. Now she’s back with the other half–the Choctaw.

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Winter Solstice Names: Odin, Demeter and Ivy

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It’s the WInter Solstice, and Dantea–aka Angel Thomas–takes the occasion to introduce us to some relevant choices from the plant and pagan deity worlds.

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Native American Names Round 1 — Cherokee

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Drawing from her own background, Angel Thomas, aka Dantea, looks at the naming practices, and the names themselves, of the Cherokee culture.

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Animal Baby Names: Rare specimens

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Brocken, Zebrule, Cabrilla–these and more unusual names of unusual animals and birds suggested by Dantea for inclusion into the menagerie of baby names.

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Unusual Nature Names: Ever hear of Addax? Ambretta? Fen?

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Angel Thomas, known to us as Dantea, has come up with some interesting nature names we can pretty much guarantee you’ve never heard before–but might be interestingl enough to consider if you’re looking for the truly unusual.

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