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Nevertis
Posted 2006-08-21 19:26 (#39493 - in reply to #39477)
Subject: RE: Scalovian names 2



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Names Arvydė (Arwyde), Dainė (Thoyne), Eitelis (Eytel), Gailinė (Gayline), Gedas (Gedaw), Jomė (Jome), Kantutis (Cantut), Kęsminas (Kassman), Lykė (Lycke), Pobiltė (Pobilte), Poviltė (Powilthe), Regė (Rege), Dangis (Tangis), Tulvirdė (Tulewirde), Vaigedė (Woygede), Visgedė (Wyssegede), Vaišnoras (Wissenar) are in the book "Lietuvių vardų kilmės žodynas".
Names Arvydutė (Arwedethe), Baidikė (Boydike), Baisė (Boyse), Gerkantas (Gerkant), Globūnė (Glabune), Kirsnutė (Kirsnute), Mateika (Matheike), Nauvaldė (Nawalde), Rūstė (Ruste), Sagė (Sage), Vaišylė (Woysile), Visgardas (Vissegar) can be of Lithuanian origin too.
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