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Re: Can only find European origins of the meaning of LOKE


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Posted by Amber (66.244.4.22) on May 10, 2004 at 16:15:11:

In Reply to: Re: Can only find European origins of the meaning of LOKE posted by anonymous princess on August 02, 2002 at 07:39:40:

: No I don't but I will try. Thanks for your reply.

: I'm just very confused at the moment...how Anglo-Saxon and Asian surnames can be similar. Sorry just clueless!

: Thank you!

: : Do you have the character? It's really hard to tell from the attempts to put it into English. There isn't really any standardization.

: : My guess is that it's "lok" first character for camel. This is the Cantonese pronounciation. The Gov. of Washington (I think he's still gov.) is a "lok". His name is Gary Locke. Most people pronounce it "lock" in English.

: : Am have royalty in my ancestory too. My coat of arms is a lion with a crown and the backroud colors are red and gold.
Look for John Gabriel Mulhenburg and you will seefin your arms and type in yor last name and you can tell if your royal by your coat of arms.
By the way you posted this message on my birthday.



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