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Subject: Re: Kintessack
Author: Sean Foglai   (guest)
Date: October 5, 2006 at 8:39:27 PM
Reply to: Kintessack by marina kentie
Not sure, but looks a lot like ...Kinchelow, Kincheloe, Kinslow, Kinsloe, Kinchlow ...

Ultimately, if it has Celtic roots (which I believe it does), it comes from the base of a word meaning "kin" or "closeness" has evolved into several other meanings, such as in the case of kin which means "family", but the root is still the same ...

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  • Kintessack - marina kentie  Jul 5 2006, 10:46:20 AM
    • Re: Kintessack - Sean Foglai  Oct 5 2006, 8:39:27 PM