Name of the day (Part 2)

[name_f]Twyla[/name_f] :wilted_flower:

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Antonín :sunny:

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[name_f]Lunaria[/name_f] :crescent_moon::cherry_blossom:

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normally i wouldn’t crush on these but [name_f]Dorothy[/name_f] & [name_f]Rose[/name_f] on little girls seems so sweet and fresh lately! :rose::sparkles:

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[name_u]Sol[/name_u] :sunny: (u)

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[name_f]Etta[/name_f] :sunny:

I teach one and she is just the sweetest

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remus :briefcase:

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Not usually my style, but [name_u]Raleigh[/name_u]!

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[name_u]Scout[/name_u] :ferris_wheel::tulip:

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[name_f]Chantel[/name_f] :rose::city_sunrise:

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[name_u]Leo[/name_u] :lion:

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wilbur “wil” :evergreen_tree: :teddy_bear: :cloud_with_rain:

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[name_m]Hilmir[/name_m] :crown: :crossed_swords: :european_castle:

Icelandic name meaning “ruler, king”

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[name_f]Stefania[/name_f] :blue_heart: :yellow_heart:

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[name_u]Love[/name_u] it :ukraine:

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Roess :crossed_swords: :rose:

Summary

I found this listed as a masculine name in a compilation of [name_m]Dutch[/name_m] names from the 1400’s. I can’t find out how it’s PN, but I like how it’s said in all the ways I can think of! Please let me know if anyone has any insight on that.

Is it related to [name_m]Ross[/name_m] or [name_f]Rose[/name_f]?
As a last name, Roess migrated to the UK with the Normans in 1066 according to houseofnames.com, and “It was name for a person who had the given name [name_m]Andrew[/name_m], which is derived from Anrias. The name may also be a nickname derived from the Old [name_f]English[/name_f] word rouse, which means red or red-haired.”

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cece :heartpulse:

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hollay & cleodie :leaves::school_satchel::bike:

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[name_m]Gennaro[/name_m] (male for January)

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[name_f]Dymphna[/name_f] :deer:

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