||Re: Palin; Bayless
||Megan (Authenticated as Megan7)
||November 7, 2007 at 11:41:58 AM
||Palin; Bayless by Elinor
Bayless is English.
This is what I found on Palin:
Welsh: Anglicized form of the Welsh patronymic ap Heilyn ‘son of Heilyn’, which is probably a derivative of a word meaning ‘to serve at table’.
English: habitational name from Palling in Norfolk or Poling in Sussex. These were named in Old English with the personal names Palli and Pâl respectively, meaning ‘followers of’, ‘dependants of’.
Does that help any?
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- Palin; Bayless - Elinor Nov 7 2007, 5:59:57 AM
- Re: Palin; Bayless - Megan Nov 7 2007, 11:41:58 AM