Aiello Olimpia Luisa Antonietta Maria

Artist and Poet Artist writing translator in Dublin Port, Ireland

Aiello Olimpia Luisa Antonietta Maria

Artist and Poet Artist writing translator in Dublin Port, Ireland

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KAXXI Marìa Luisa Antoniètta Ólimpia Aièllo was born in Bológna Bononiensis ΜΠΟΛΟΝΙΑΣ Μπολόνιας ΜΠΟΛΟΝΙΑ Μπολόνια with my blog KARATOFENE Αθηνά ΑίθΙΙο AíthIIo Frankískou Μαρία Λουίζα Antonieta Ολυμπία Ólympia AíthIIo Δρ Μαρί Λουίσε Αντονιέττα Ολυμπια ΑίθΙΙο, Κένσινγτον επισυνάψουν Kensington ΑίθΙΙο Mary Louise Ad Agellum Ofen Backofen Ovens Dalmata Alma

Last name: Kahen

This name has two distinct possible origins, the first being a Jewish name from the Hewbrew “Kohen”, a priest. Variations of this are, Kohn, Kahen, Kahn, Kahan and Kahane. However not all Jews bearing this name belong to the priestly caste, descended from Aaron,

Last name: Koomar

Recorded in a number of spellings including Coomer, Coomar and the rare Flemish-Dutch Koomar, this interesting name is generally of medieval English origins. It is a genitive form of the locational or topographical name Combe, Coomb, Coome, Coumbe, and Coombes, and describes a person who was resident or perhaps worked at, any of the numerous places named from Old English pre 7th century word “cumb”. This originally described a short, straight valley.

Last name: Koch

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Recorded in many forms including Coch, Coche, Cocher, Koch, Koche, Kochs and Kocher, with diminutives and patronymics Kochel, Kochl, and Kochlin, this is an early German surname. It is occupational for one in charge of a kitchen. Whilst the translation is literally ‘cook’, in the early days even before the medieval period, this was a position of status, and would have described one who was in charge of the cooking at a noble or royal house, or in many cases a large religious establishment such as a monastery.

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