Saturday, March 29, 2014

Staying on Track

I don't want to fall behind again, so here are 7 names for today!

Maytenus boaria, silkbark


Mayton - from the Araucan word 'mantun', a name for a plant species called silkbark which has medicinal properties.

Nesa - Hittite

Ottilie- from the name Ottilia, which comes from the German name Otto, which means "riches".

Nathan Hale, American Patriot


Leovigild- Visigothic and meaning "beloved valor".

Philo- Greek meaning "loving"

Rowley - English, from 'ruh' meaning 'overgrown' and 'lea' meaning 'meadow'.

Sherlock- English, meaning "bright hair".

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