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  1. #611
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    Zabava is a Slavic girl name meaning "joy, leisure". Pronounced "zuh-buh-vuh", it is a name of Russian folk tale character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happiness_harper1 View Post
    Dartagnan ( pronounced Dar-Tan-Yan) is a French literary name, from the three musketeers. ( Dartagnan was the forth musketeer.
    It's actually d'Artagnan and it's a surname. Although his first name isn't given in the book, it's based off a historical person named Charles Ogier de Batz de Castelmore, Comte d'Artagnan.
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    In Emma's entry it says the Friends baby was born in 2005 - actually it was in 2002 (in fact the last new show of the series was in 2004, so 2005 would've been impossible).

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    I don't think Fiala has an entry. It is a Czech name meaning "violet." It's become one of my favorites.
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    Ladies: Fiala Joan · Alma · Miriam · Claudia · Tabitha · Helena · Linnea · Vivian
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  5. #619
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    There is something wrong in Alexis's entry: you say it's a Russian boys' name but it is not used in Russia at all. Alexei is hugely popular but Alexis is literally unheard of among Russians(and Ukrainians).

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