Dagrún is an Ancient Scandinavian name that would make a pretty daring choice today.
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As today is the vernal equinox, I decided to do a post on spring names. (Some of these mean “spring of water”, but the image I get of those is one of springtime.)
I got an email from WordPress.com giving me a report on my blog. Since I feel guilty for not posting in a pretty long time – Sorry! – I decided to post this.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 860 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 14 trips to carry that many people.
Everyone wants peace. A great way to celebrate or hope for peace is by using a name that means peace. Continue reading Peaceful Names
Here’s the final addition! Continue reading O girl! Part 4: T-Z
And here’s yet another country – Slovenia!
Here’s Part 3! T-Z will be coming soon.
I know everyone is doing Thanksgiving names, and since I know that not all of my viewers are American, I did names with a thankful meaning.
Firuzeh is a Persian name that could translate into English-speaking countries.