Category Archives: Man

Capitalization

When a man’s given name\s are ‘capitalized’ upon, first letter capitalized only, it denotes an indentured serf, while all caps denotes a ‘thing’ or fiction.  All lowercase denotes fully free living man. Note, technically the “legal last” was originally created … Continue reading

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What is in a “name” – alfred ADASK

alfred ADASK, partial ‘post’ – … According to Strong’s Concordance, the Greek word for “name” used in in every one of the previous six verses is coded and defined as: G3686 ὄνομα onoma on’-om-ah From a presumed derivative of the base of … Continue reading

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“legal last” is self incriminating

If the definition of your “legal last” is a ‘profession’ or ‘trade’ seriously consider – pro means ‘for’ and ‘fess’ means – merriam-webster dictionary online reference dictionary online the free dictionary online

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Sur name research

A resource to research you sur name\s Behind the Name

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Loose the NAME

http://losethename.com I fully support this entire focus and though the site is ‘new’ i.e. July of this year, there is some EXCELLENT information and insights specific to the STATE created NAME, and some great resources. My only concern is that … Continue reading

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Capitus as Venue

20120215-Kevin Hines – Venue Cynthia – I do not necessarily fully agree with this entirely, but rather provide it as a means to further reflection in general.

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More on capitus

http://exfacie.com/?q=written_form_for_personal_names Further direction is provided for derivatives of personal names, particles in family names (i.e., da, de, della, von), medial capitals (i.e., MacDonald), and nicknames and epithets (i.e., the Iron Lady). The Oxford English Grammar (ISBN 0-19-861250-8, published in 1996) … Continue reading

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