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Mystery Monday: Ucept

Mystery Monday: Ucept | Name News | Scoop.it
Today’s name is from mid-14th century Italy. It’s one of those Latin names that looks like it should be identical with some ordinary word, but no root word appears to be forthcoming.
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Mongolian Names – Bilguun, Nergui, Sazug

Around the time I spotted the names Wicahpi and Wakinyan on the SSA’s list, I also noticed a few Mongolian names: Bilguun (debuted as a boy name in 2006) Sodbileg (boy name; 2012) Temuujin (b…
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Mongolian Baby Names- Know The Meaning To Make The Hunt Ever More Interesting!

Mongolian Baby Names- Know The Meaning To Make The Hunt Ever More Interesting! | Name News | Scoop.it
Searching for Mongol baby names online is quite an easy task as the parents’ just need to enter in the alphabet with which they want to go. Get more details.
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I don't understand what this post is saying, but there's a list of names in there.

 

More posts on Mongolian names (by the reliable Nancy and Duana): http://www.scoop.it/t/name-news/?tag=mongolian 

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Duana Names: A Present for Me!|Lainey Gossip Lifestyle

Duana Names: A Present for Me!|Lainey Gossip Lifestyle | Name News | Scoop.it
As a big thank you for entertaining me through a month expat year in Mongolia, I would like to give you a gift. It is a Mongolian name and it is beautiful and perfect for repurposement in the West and current name trends right now. "Enerel". For a girl.
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Both Enerel and the fact abput Michelle, and also Duana's redaxction, are excellent. I'd love to know more about Mongolian names because I bet there's a lot of good stuff to learn.


In fact, this is the first post I've scooped about them in the 2.5 years I've been doing this. I've got just a few posts on names in the wider Turkic language family.

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