Names, Was: Hexwood's Goon
s369161 at student.uq.edu.au
Wed Mar 13 16:59:56 EST 2002
At 11:11 AM 3/13/02 +1100, Sally Odgers wrote:
>> > It's "Young' here because it's been out of favour for a couple of
>> > generations. Like Emily, Amelie and Sarah and Matilda.
>By "young" I mean younger than me. The Sarah/Emma/Kate brigade are in their
>30s. As for Aoife, that looks like a form of Eve, but most Ozzies would have
>trouble pronouncing it.
I have two sisters named Kate and Bridget...but I'm the eldest at 21. Maybe
this set of names jumped a decade?
And we do know a lot of Sarahs!
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