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Nika (given name) - Wikipedia

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Nika is a given name of Persian origin meaning "Good". It also means "Victory" in Greek. In Slovenia and Croatia, it is used as a feminine form of Nikola or Nikolaj. In the Russi...

Cool boy names that mean "bear" - Baby names

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Your little boy may not posses bear strength when he is born, but bestowing a ... There is no reason you can't do the same as you fill in the lines on your baby ...

Behind the Name: Names with "bear" in Meaning

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ARMEL m French From the old Welsh name Arthfael, which was composed of the elements arth "bear" and mael "prince". This was the name of a 6th-century ...

Bear Name Meaning & Bear Family History at Ancestry.com

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Bear Name Meaning: English: from the Middle English nickname Bere .... You can find out where the majority of the Bear families were living before they ...

20000-NAMES.COM: Bear Names--meaning, origin, etymology ...

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Names that mean bear, bear-like, strong as a bear, etc. ... The earliest mention of him is in Welsh texts, where he is never called "king," but rather dux bellorum, ...

Chinook Jargon - Basic English Institute

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Chinook Jargon is a common language of trade representing fifty Indian ... An international trade language did not develop for traders along the Silk ... a Basic English equivalent will be just as good as the definition supplied at the website. .... Will see. yes, Nem, Name. yes, Nika, I, me, my or mine. yes, Nesika, We, us, our.

Symbolism Confessing Christ Crucified for Us - All Saints of North ...

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May 4, 2006 ... Q: What do all the styles of Orthodox crosses mean? Where do they come from? Aren't ... A: The "IC-XC NIKA" Cross is most often seen on the prosphora bread used in the ... The bottom of the cross bears the skull of Adam.