20,000 names under review

It was a little under two months ago that we announced the milestone of 10,000 individually citations reviewed and ready for the first edition of the Dictionary.

20,000 citations

You know what this image indicates? We’ve just passed the 20,000 mark! And the magical 20,000th citation is Tevenin, a French diminutive of Stephen found in Paris in 1313.

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