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However, this etymology seems to originate in the dialectical tradition of the first, mainly Low German, Flemish and Dutch settlers, in whose homelands there are hilly regions called " Zevenbergen " ( in southern Holland ) and " Sevenbergen " ( east of the town of Hameln on the river Weser, Germany ).
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However and etymology
However, even though the etymology is plain to see, the derived words take on quite a special meaning.
However, this Irish etymology was suggested by Daniel Cassidy, whose work has been widely criticised by reputable linguists and scholars.
However, in spite of these recorded Manx forms, no satisfactory etymology has been proposed for Hop-tu-Naa within Goidelic.
" However, few sources give " love of wisdom " as a possible meaning of the term, and others say the etymology is " not much help ".
" However, the Oxford English Dictionary mentions an etymology relating to a cult that modelled themselves on the Cynics and lived off of lupins that they gathered ( tiraient ).
However, this Proto-Algonquian term most likely was ultimately derived from a form *- a · towe ·, meaning simply " to speak a foreign language ", which would make it similar to the etymology of the Greek " Barbarian ".
" However, as both his predecessor, Cerdic, and successor, Ceawlin, might have Celtic names, an alternative etymology has been postulated from " Cunorix " which would mean " hound-king " in Old British ( rendered as Cinir in Old Welsh, Kynyr in Middle Welsh ).
However, it is also possible that Asser's inclusion of Welsh placenames simply reflects an interest in etymology or the existence of a Welsh audience in his own household rather than in Wales.
) However, the term " fancy " for an intense liking of something, while being of a different etymology, coincidentally carries a less intense but somewhat similar connotation to " fanatic ".
However, an alternative, more obscure etymology exists which suggests the name means " promontory into marsh ", which would make sense considering that Frodsham had a promontory castle very close to marshland.
However, Bailey was never explicit about the etymology of the word, and it has been suggested that it is a contraction of the words cultigen and variety, which seems more appropriate.
However, the etymology is disputed, another possibility is Uchmal which means what is to come, the future.
However, many of the meanings popularly assigned to various praenomina appear to have been no more than " folk etymology ".
However the etymology is more often attributed to the gaelic words Monadh ( meaning moor ) and Rois or Ros ( meaning peninsula or promontory ).
However, because the etymology of the word is not apparent from the point of view of the modern Persian language, there have been attempts to make the parts of the word interpretable in terms of contemporary words and with reference to Sufic mystical concepts.
However, work on the etymology of toponyms has found that many place names are descriptive, honorific or commemorative but frequently they have no meaning or the meaning is obscure or lost.
However, this view neglects the little-known etymology and the historical maritime usage described above.
However, without any substantiated use of the phrase prior to the 1970s, this may well be a folk etymology.
However, it is not just Papil's etymology that suggests the site of an early church, confirmation has been found in the form of the " Monk's Stone ", which was dug up in Papil and which is now in the Shetland Museum.
However the Brown-Driver-Briggs lexicon notes this as a " dubious etymology " and " all very precarious ".
However, others maintain that the term is derived from the Latin quatuor tempora, meaning " four times " ( a year ), while folk etymology even cites the phrase " may ye remember ( the inevitability of death )" as the source.
However and seems
However, an initial perusal and comparison of some of the famous passages with the same parts of other versions seems to speak well of the efforts of the British Biblical scholars.
However, it seems axiomatic that the government has an obligation `` to exercise its mandate reasonably, equitably and with full regard for the disruptions which it inevitably causes ''.
However, it cannot be presumed, informal though the structure of the population seems, that there are not well-defined roles within the system.
However, he seems to suggest that historians are as fallible at interpreting the facts as the rest of humanity.
However, if there was such a palace, it seems to have been supplanted by later building activity on the Acropolis.
However, since Paul was from Cilicia and refers to himself using this name ( see Acts 21: 39, 22: 3 ), it seems very natural that the name Cilicia would have continued to be in colloquial use among its residents despite its hiatus in official Roman nomenclature.
However, it seems that the Duke ’ s favoured scheme was to return to the Moselle valley ( where Marshal Marsin had recently taken command of French forces ) and once more attempt an advance into the heart of France.
However, the difference is not as great as it seems, because it really hinges on the definition of " faith " used.
However, it seems that many of the methods for solving linear and quadratic equations used by Diophantus go back to Babylonian mathematics.
" However, the legend of Galois pouring his mathematical thoughts onto paper the night before he died seems to have been exaggerated.
However, clear evidence of an Epicurean hero cult, as well as the cult itself, seems buried by the weight of posthumous philosophical interpretation.
" However, as de Vries points out, the only basis for associating Forseti with justice seems to have been his name ; there is no corroborating evidence in Norse mythology.
However, the previous year Cossiga had stated that he rejects theoretical conspiracies and that it " seems unlikely that the rather impossible September 11 was the result of an American plot.
However, the form gēr ( from PGmc * gaizaz ) seems far too advanced phonetically for the 1st century, has a long vowel where a short one is expected, and the Latin form has a simplex-n -, not a geminate.
However, without Grimthorpe's money, it seems reasonable to assume that the Abbey Church would now almost certainly be a ruin, like many other former monastic churches, despite the work performed under Sir George Gilbert Scott in the years 1860 to 1877.
However, " kluge " seems to have the sense of overly complicated, while " kludge " has only the sense of poorly done.
However, in a few unusual and specific domains, such as immune systems, it seems that humans prefer others who are unlike themselves ( e. g., with an orthogonal immune system ), since this will lead to a baby that has the best of both worlds.
However, materialists have historically held that everything is made of matter, but physics has shown that gravity, for example, is not made of matter in the traditional sense of "' an inert, senseless substance, in which extension, figure, and motion do actually subsist '… So it is tempting to use ' physicalism ' to distance oneself from what seems a historically important but no longer scientifically relevant thesis of materialism, and related to this, to emphasize a connection to physics and the physical sciences.
" However, accurate dating of this graffiti seems to be unavailable, and what designs have been found by modern scholars generally resemble games common to the Roman world, rather than anything like Mancala.
However, by Period VIII, the quality and intricacy of designs seems to have suffered due to mass production, and due to a growing interest in bronze and copper vessels.
However, if ethical statements do not represent cognitions, it seems odd to use them as premises in an argument, and even odder to assume they follow the same rules of syllogism as true propositions.