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You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Continue shopping. Item s unavailable for purchase. Please review your cart. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Remove FREE. Unavailable for purchase. The naming of people is a fascinating subject that varies so much around the world and tells us so much about a country or society. Everywhere names mean something, but often the meaning has been lost or obscured by time.

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The study of personal names is known as onomastics. Behind this forbidding word lies an utterly absorbing subject that tells us so much about history, geography, tradition and culture.

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This is not the case for English names or for those in most Western European languages. English names are mostly opaque, that is the 'meaning' is not obvious and is to be found in languages other than modern English, often ancient languages no longer spoken such as Latin or Ancient Greek. Therefore parents choosing an English name for their child rarely do so because of the 'meaning' of the name, but for reasons of polyphony they like the sound of the the name or personality the name reminds them of a relative, close friend or person in the public domain.

In spite of this opacity, virtually all English first names do have definite meanings which reflect their origins. In fact, Sarah has given rise to other names - Sadie and Sally both started as pet forms of Sarah and then became names in their own right.

Another source of 'English' first names is the Celtic tradition. Other 'English' names were brought to the country through invasion. Scandinavian exports include Eric, Arnold and Ronald.