[Sca-cooks] OT Judith has an SCA name!
otsisto at socket.net
Sun Nov 29 23:27:29 PST 2009
Congratulations on finding a possible name. Before registering I recommend
trying it out to see if you are comfortable with it.
Do you have a byname/surname? Where did you find the name?
First, you do not have to register your name in SCA but it's kind of a kool
feeling to know it's yours. Second, you need a last name if you plan to
Baby name books are not acceptable for documentation.
D'Vorah/Dvorah = Deborah, is your spelling Arabic or Jewish?
So far I have not found D'Vorah, D'vorah or Dvorah registered yet. This
could mean either 1. I'm not punching the right keys in my search. 2. You
are the first to use it. 3. The spelling has not been documented within SCA
period (yet). 4. People who are using the name haven't felt like
Under the assumption that you have not been shown the site and don't have a
To my knowledge, documentation found here is used in registering names in
SCA but is not the only source for name documentation.
Hee! I'm a little dancey too, but let's not dance in haste. I haven't heard
anyone comment on it at all, so it may or may not be considered acceptable
and registerable. I haven't formally submitted the name, and won't until I
can tell whether it has a good chance of being registered.
D'vorah, mka Judith Epstein
Master Albrecht Waldfurster's Egg
Middle Kingdom, Midlands, Ayreton, Tree-Girt-Sea (Chicago, IL)
judith at ipstenu.org
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