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day name

n
W African a name indicating a person's day of birth

day′ name`


n.
a name given at birth indicating the child's sex and the day of the week on which he or she was born.
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The company has gone to the extreme of hiring an outside firm to monitor illegal use of the Pro Day name.
He said Takreer operates today at 490,000 barrels per day name plate capacity at its two sites in Abu Dhabi and Ruwais.
The ancient Egyptians called the area She resi - the Southern Lake but it is believed that it is the Coptic name Payom, The Lake, that is the origin of the present day name Fayyoum.
FROM a cattle sanitarium to a sweet factory from which its modern day name derives, the Toffee Factory in the Ouseburn Valley has a colourful history.
If Kwame Kwei-Armah's example is too radical for us and we are not ready to change our names, we can consider acquiring an African name or a day name from a country like Ghana, where there is a name for each day of the week.
Thus Monday Bruner a Black Seminole in Mexico in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, had the basket name of Kudjo which is the African (Akan) day name given to boys born on Monday.
Back then, who would have thought that Lancome would one day name her Makeup Creative Director?
Takreer currently operates 490,000 barrels per day name plate refining capacity at its two sites in Abu Dhabi and Ruwais.
He was still travelling sweetly when falling four out the day Name Of Our Father trotted up at Ascot.
What is the modern day name of the Middle Easterncountry ruled by the Queen of Sheba?
The group, which includes the H Samuel and Ernest Jones high street chains, eventually relaunched under its present day name Signet.
The reason that Mohammed figures so prominently is that it is an honorary name given to most male babies, followed by a day to day name.