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Another Semitic etymology compares Assyrian barīrītu, the name of a female demon found in Middle Babylonian and Late Babylonian texts.
Another non-Greek etymology suggested by M. Hammarström, looks to Etruscan, comparing ( e ) pruni " lord ", an Etruscan honorific loaned into Greek as πρύτανις.
Another reason for doubting the literal nature of these early genealogies is that the etymology of the names of several early members of the dynasty do not appear to be Germanic, which is the origin of these peoples.
Another possible related etymology can be " bull-slayer ".
Another theory occasionally encountered is a derivation from the phrase thog mi an èigh / eugh () " I raised the cry ", which in pronunciation bears a certain resemblance to Hogmanay, as part of the rhymes traditionally recited at New Year but it is unclear if this is simply a case of folk etymology.
Another etymology that has been proposed is English pigeon, a bird sometimes used for carrying brief written messages, especially in times prior to modern telecommunications.
" Another plausible etymology finds origins in the French Vau de Vire, a valley in Normandy noted for its style of satirical songs with topical themes.
Another classic etymology derives the name ' Haemos ' from the myth about the fight of Zeus and the dragon Typhon:
Another, much more believable etymology for the name is insisted on by speakers of Wichita, the language of the tribe which used to live in the area but now lives mostly around Anadarko, Oklahoma.
Another etymology proposed by Nigidius Figulus is related by Macrobius: Ianus would be both Apollo and Diana Iana, by the addition of a D for the sake of euphony.
Another etymology of the word " guru " found in the Guru Gita, includes gu as " beyond the qualities " and ru as " devoid of form ", stating that " He who bestows that nature which transcend the qualities is said to be guru ".
Another suggested etymology is from the later Latin word, " to break open " or " to commit burglary ", from, meaning " fortress " or " castle ", with the word then passing through French and Middle English, with influence from the Latin, " thief ".
Another folk etymology says the name came from a former lamaist monastery on the island.
Another classic etymology derives the name ' Haemos ' from the myth about the fight of Zeus and the dragon Typhon:
Another name used for some Judaeo-Persian dialects is Latorayi, sometimes interpreted by folk etymology as " not language of the Torah ".
) Another etymology, found in many English language dictionaries, is modern English pagoda from Portuguese ( via Dravidian ), from Sanskrit bhagavati, feminine of bhagavatt " blessed " < bhaga " good fortune.
Another etymology is that the name is onomatopoeic, based on the bird's grunting call note.
Another explanation for the etymology of the word Skræling is proposed by Kirsten Seaver in her work "' Pygmies ' of the Far North.
Another etymology is that the name originates from the Turkish zongalık which means swamp or zongura or it may have arisen from the name of the nearby ancient settlement of Sandraka or Sandrake.
Another explanation, tied to etymology, states that many very first firearms barrels were in fact realized, during the 12th and 13th centuries, using small storage barrels with their usual metal rings reinforced by leather, hence the barrel name.
Another proposed etymology is that the term derives from the name of a 19th century American railroad superintendent, George R. Brown who, in 1886, devised what was then an innovative system of merits and demerits for railroad employees on the Fall Brook Railway in New York state.
Another theory behind the etymology of the name Raisio is that it comes from the word raiskio, meaning a forest that's been damaged by poor foresting, because the Raisio landscape was changed due to sloughs and post-glacial rebound after the Ice Age.
Another source of the name is given by folk etymology to be Hungarian, as the rendering of " wood " ( fa ) and " money " ( garas ), with legends stating that money made of wood had been used to pay the peasants who built the fortress around 1310.
Another village, Ickford, shares the same etymology.

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Another tack of criticism is to notice the disquieting links between democracy and a number of less than appealing features of Athenian life.
Another river that links two river basins is the Echimamish River in Canada.
Another tribe with a similar name but with no known links were the Fir Domnann in the province of Connacht.
Another tribe with a similar name but with no known links was the Fir Domnann in the province of Connacht.
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Another late source, Aelian, also links Leto with wolves and Hyperboreans:
Another case where they are used is when it is not desirable to make rigorous links to parties, particularly when coalitions and alliances are formed between political parties and other organizations, for example: Red Tory, " Purple " ( Red-Blue ) alliances, Red-green alliances, Blue-green alliances, Traffic light coalitions, Pan-green coalitions, and Pan-blue coalitions.
* Another scholarly maintained web directory on palaeography ( 200 links with critical comments, in French ).
Another argument supporting safe trade rules is that there are links between primate extinction and deforestation in the regions where primates are abundant, i. e. the Amazon rainforest, African rainforest, and Sumatran rainforest.
Another Treveran inscription links Mars and Smertrius.
Another bar, the Schaabe, links Jasmund to the peninsula of Wittow in the north of Rügen.
Another small New Town, Thamesmead, was developed adjacent to the Thames in the early 1960s but suffered from poor transport links.
* Another source of links to critiques on The Israel Lobby and U. S. Foreign Policy
Another meaning of criticism is the study, evaluation, and interpretation of literature, artwork, film, and social trends ( see the article links below ).
Another interesting and more recent example of a disabled gene, which links the deactivation of the caspase 12 gene ( through a nonsense mutation ) to positive selection in humans.
Another main road in the borough is La Higuera, which links Plaza Hidalgo which the La Conchita Plaza.
Another main road in the borough is La Higuera, which links Plaza Hidalgo which the La Conchita Plaza in the La Concepción neighborhood.
* Another Allingham bibliography, with more alternative titles and links to summaries
Another theory links the first dry martini to the name of a bartender who concocted the drink at the Knickerbocker Hotel in New York City in 1911 or 1912.
Another example explored by Giddens is the emergence of romantic love, which Giddens ( The Transformation of Intimacy ) links with the rise of the ' narrative of the self ' type of self-identity: " Romantic love introduced the idea of a narrative into an individual's life.
Another British and Irish food is black pudding, consisting of congealed pig's blood with oatmeal made into sausage-like links with pig intestine as a casing, then boiled and is usually fried on preparation.
Another road, the A393, bisects the town in a North-South direction, and links the A30 with the port of Falmouth.
Another form of permalinking is linking to a permalink that then redirects to the actual content, ensuring that even though the real content may be moved etc., links pointing to the resources stay intact.
Another argument is that, given the links between this style of castle and the Normans, who were of Viking descent, they were in fact originally a Viking design, transported to Normandy and Angers.

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