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November 14th, 2008 10:01 AM #1
What names have we missed?
Encountered any names that are not in nameberry? Names from your own culture we haven't discovered here? Let us know! We'd love to add them to our database.Pam Satran
August 22nd, 2011 04:20 AM #3
Macushla from IrelandProud Aussie
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August 22nd, 2011 05:53 AM #5Member
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There's Agnelo/Agnello, which is the masculine variant of Agnes, and means "lamb". It's a familial name for me, and I know quite a few from back home. I belive it is of Italian descent. Pronounced [əgnɛlo]/[ɛgnɛlo]/[ægnɛlo]/[ɑ:gnɛlo] depending on where you come from.
There's also Savio, whose origins and meaning I am unaware of, but know quite a few of them. Pronounced [sɑvjo]/[sævjo].
August 23rd, 2011 01:47 AM #7
The name of a famous Celtic princess. One of my favorite middle name and character name possibilities.Jane, Vivian, Lydia, Annabeth, Tallulah (Lula), Florence, Virginia, Mabel, Risa, Eve, Eloise, Susannah
John, Alan, Maxwell, Erich, Nathan/Nathaniel, Leo, Connor, Jack, Paul, Rieger, Francis
"Any daughter of mine that wants to be a stripper, pole dancer, or porn star is going to have to overcome the obstacle of her dripping-with-intelligence name and change it herself to something creatively slutty like they did back in the good ol' days."
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August 28th, 2011 01:28 AM #9Senior Member
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I have a friend named Caribay. She says its the name of an Venezuelan Indian princess from a regional myth.
I googled it and found this.
I think the correct pronunciation is something like... kah-ree-by...with a Spanish accent...
But we just say care-ih-by.
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