View Poll Results: Should our committees be renamed?

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    Default Re: New committee names

    Quote Originally Posted by GavinParson
    BTW, "Ewan" is a Filipino word meaning "I don't know".
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    According to one children's names book, my names mean "Youthful, Warrior, Leader of Men"- I think I prefer that!



    Incidentally, just in case I wear my kilt to the rather posh AGM dinner- Ewan as spelled is scottish and the Black clan are septed under Maclean of Duart- now let's see how long it takes for Chris Barlow to make a comment!!

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    Default Re: New committee names

    team black wrote on Tue, 14 February 2006 18:44

    According to one children's names book, my names mean "Youthful, Warrior, Leader of Men"- I think I prefer that!





    Lol, shouldn't it be Warrior Leader of Youth!!!???

    Apparently my name may descend from the Welsh name Gwalchgwyn, which means White Hawk. Cool (except the Welsh bit!)



    Gavin (White Hawk)

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    Default Re: New committee names

    gwyn/wyn is an interesting suffix, it can also mean blessed or sacred. The feminine is gwen/wen hence Bronwen (white or sacred hill)



    Gwalch can also translate as rogue or rascal
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