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  • Pia Walker

    Pia Walker Feb. 4, 2006, 2:35 p.m. (Message 44129)

    RE: Eccles Rant - No Answers?

    So Julio Eglesias (whatever) is a name with a ecclestiaclial meaning!!?
    
    Pia
    
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    Subject: Re: Eccles Rant - No Answers?
    
    
    Not necessarily, from Gaelic "eccles" is a common locative which also shows
    up in the place, "Glen Eagles" (valley of the churches). This word is
    related to the Greek "eccleiastes", and the words eglesia, ysglecia, and
    esglesia in Spain. A part of the problem is the indifferent use of
    apostrophies in some place names. Not saying that it could not be a surname,
    but it is a common place name, or part of one, in the UK.
    
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