[Bonwicke] A Question

Steve and Kay Oyler oyler at crcom.net
Wed Feb 27 19:46:46 PST 2002


Loosely translated it means "single star" I believe.  I don't know the
language (Gailec maybe), but it was selected because of it's similarity to
"Lone Star."

That's all I know.

Marianna
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jane Lusk" <jlusk at crcom.net>
To: "Western Region" <bonwicke at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 7:38 AM
Subject: [Bonwicke] A Question


> Greetings unto all of this fair region!
>
> I had a question asked of me, for which I had no answer, so am passing
> the question on to you good gentles.
>
> In our daily newspaper yesterday was a mention of the upcoming Crown
> Tourney, and my boss asked me what "Ansteorra" means.  I told him it was
> the name of our kingdom, but he wanted more, like where did the name
> come from and what does it mean.
>
> So, can any of you answer these questions, please?  Are our kingdom
> names just "made up"?  Where do these names come from?
>
> Many thanks!
>
> Your friend,
> Ldy Elewys Luscomb
> Crossrode Keep
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