- On Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at 12:51 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> What is about Tamara? The name is used in slavic world and of hebrewOoo. This may just solve my issues! Anyone have a source? This time
> origin ("a palm").
> I think one more documentable way is to try a derivate from a
> Georgian feminine name Tamara/Tamar. It was well used in a Christian
> country & Georgia indeed was. No idea if it was used outside Georgia
> before Lermontov wrote his verse of Tsaress Tamara (actually, a calc
> of a legend about a night with Cleopatra), but the name belongs to at
> least late period, 1400s-1600s.
around I'm planning to send a copy of every single page that's
relevant. Four submissions is nuts!