Profile for benjaminboyofthis898

Member since January 11, 2021

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8/17/2021
Wittenburg     South African, German, English (American)
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8/17/2021
Fennoy     American
Fennoy is a name whose history is connected to the ancient Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain. The name is derived from when the Fennoy family once lived near a marsh or swamp. Another name for wetlands is fen, in the Old English fenn, from which this name is derived.
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8/17/2021
Khary   m   American
4 people from New York, U.S. agree the name Khary is of African origin and means "Kingly". A submission from Texas, U.S. says the name Khary means "Kingly and thoughtful" and is of African origin.
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8/17/2021
Mcgonagle     American
Irish (Donegal) and Scottish (Glasgow): Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Conghail, a patronymic from the personal name Conghal, composed of Celtic elements meaning 'hound' + 'valor'.
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8/17/2021
Eiding     American
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7/25/2021
Kozakura     Japanese
The name Kozakura is primarily a female name of Japanese origin that means Little Cherry Tree.
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7/25/2021
Hutchison     English (American), Scottish
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7/25/2021
Bosch     American
The surname Bosch originates from the Old Norse word "buski," meaning "bush," or "woods” thus it is classed at a toponymic surname and was most likely used by a man who lived near a prominent bush... [more]
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3/21/2021
O’toole     British
O'Toole, along with Toole, comes from the Irish O Tuathail. This derives from the personal name Tuathal, meaning "ruler of the people", used by many Irish kings and heroes and accordingly incorporated into a surname in a number of distinct areas, among them south Ulster, Mayo and Kildare.
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3/19/2021
Braff     American
Jewish (from Poland): probably an ornamental name from German brav 'good', 'upright'. Swedish: an old spelling of Brav, possibly a soldier's name.