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2012-08-15T07:43:16.229-07:00

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Another Lamia from Lebanon in the house :)

2010-12-30T14:20:10.601-08:00

Another Lamia from Lebanon in the house :)



Well,My name is Lamia and I'm from Lebanon. Ju...

2009-10-25T13:53:12.588-07:00

Well,My name is Lamia and I'm from Lebanon. Just thought I'll share that with you all :)



sorry the english version is here :Melusine

2007-08-18T12:21:00.000-07:00

sorry the english version is here :

Melusine



the legend of the basque Lamiain celtish legends w...

2007-08-18T12:18:00.000-07:00

the legend of the basque Lamia

in celtish legends we have "Melusine"; and her place is not far from where I live "Lusignan"

Melusine (english version)

Melusine"(french version)

Ophelia is a virginity symbol, then, no possible to connect her with the "lamiak spirits"



to add my partition, could the "Ophelia legend" b...

2007-08-17T03:09:00.000-07:00

to add my partition, could the "Ophelia legend" be connected with the basque mythology ?

I think in celt legends there are some alike sorts of "Lamia"

"Adolph" was a nickname we gave to the dogs from WWII times

"Mao" had its fashionned times too :lol:

actually, I think some people may give "Putin", "Dubbleiu", to their pitbulls, and "Blair" to their poodles :lol:

if I had a rooster, I would have called him "Chirac", dunno for Sarko, "Mickey Mouse" ? :lol:



"though we do have Christophers "Christopher actua...

2007-08-14T07:58:00.000-07:00

"though we do have Christophers "
Christopher actually isn't directly referring/derived from Christ.

From the Greek 'christos' (the annointed one, Christ) and 'phero' (I carry). Christopher is the patron saint of travellers and, according to the legend, Christopher carried the young Jesus across a river.



Hera is such a bi**h!in Basque mythology, a Lamia ...

2007-08-12T19:49:00.000-07:00

Hera is such a bi**h!

in Basque mythology, a Lamia is a sort of water spirit, with human female body and aquatic bird's palmed legs.



p.p.s. This link applies better to the previous Ne...

2007-08-09T06:30:00.000-07:00

p.p.s. This link applies better to the previous Neanderthal post but I think that's a dead thread by now: http://health.msn.com/general/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100167557>1=10316

This discussion of the co-existence of H. erectus and H. habilus is relevant, especially the parts about interbreeding and the principle that new species arise more from partitioning an environment than direct competition and elimination.



I think I will disagree. We can guess there was no...

2007-08-09T06:25:00.000-07:00

I think I will disagree. We can guess there was no interaction between Romans and Aztecs but we know there was a lot of interaction between Greek and Middle East cultures. I would actually be surprised if such similar names as Lamia and Lamiaa' were not related.

This made me think of the topic of verboten names. Lamiaa' does seem to be a common arabic name by my searches. But I think the Greeks don't have many Lamia girls (but there is a Greek city named that). In English, Lilith could be a semi-acceptable name but not Vampirella or something like that.

Similarly, Jesus is a common name in Spanish, unacceptable in English, though we do have Christophers and Christians. And while Mohammed is the most common first name in the world I think there are not many Gautamas or Siddharthas or Buddhas. Plenty of Krishnas and Vishnus in India though. I think Adolph has virtually disappeared as an English and German name but Adolfo is okay in Spanish.

Are there any forbidden names in Arabic?


p.s. I noted something I hadn't known before in one of the articles: Lilith and Pazuzu have a connection.