Well, the last year has been busier than we wanted (with, sadly, entirely non-DMNES related projects), but despite this busyness, we are delighted to announce the publication of Edition 2017, No. 1, just in time for ICOS 2017.
We have significantly deepened our coverage of Austria, Brittany, Hungary, Italy, and Sweden, and extended our reach to Croatia. The new edition contains 54515 citations (5653 more than the previous edition) distributed over 2322 entries (214 new entries since our previous edition). These new entries are the following:
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Tagged as Aclewalda, Adalhelm, Adalhoh, Adalmar, Agapetus, Agerbert, Agino, Altadonna, Altafons, Angelica, Anima, Aodh, Arthuiu, Asa, Aurelia, Baldo, Bernwald, Bernwin, Blaise, Bonabella, Bran, Cadhoiarn, Cadwobri, Caspera, Conrade, Content, Conwal, Cumdelu, Dadbert, Dobeslav, Donagnesia, Ecco, Eckrich, Eda, Ediva, Emily, Engelfrid, Engelher, Engelschalk, Faber, Feliciana, Gainard, Gandulf, Gangwolf, Gentile, Gentle, Gerbalda, Gerhoh, Gerich, Gersinde, Giolla Íosa, Gratioso, Gundulf, Gwynhoiarn, Hademar, Hesso, Hezelo, Hildeberta, Hildeman, Hildenibia, Hildewalde, Hohold, Jaca, Jason, John-Baptist, John-Louis, John-Mark, John-Thomas, Julius Caesar, Kale, Lucan, Madalgaria, Madalger, Madalhilde, Madaltrude, Maenwobri, Malachi, Malitia, Mariantonia, Mary-Joan, Master, Mathurine, Maximiliana, Meintrude, Michal, Precious, Ratbald, Ratberga, Ratberta, Rathard, Rathelm, Ratimir, Reinberga, Reinhoh, Reinwar, Rhyshoiarn, Richberga, Rosamund, Rustica, Sabin, Sigerich, Susan, Swanhilde, Tasso, Theodram, Theodwald, Thorbiorn, Thorgil, Uno, Valerian, Valeriana, Victorius, Walda, Waldgaud, Waldo, Walthad, Wanegar, Wendelfrid, Wilhilde, Wolfgang, Zenobius
So, who’s up for another round of everything old is new again, aka “names generated by a neural network on twitter that are actual medieval names”?
Aulia is a feminine name found in Rome in 1527.
Sania is a feminine name found in Iberia between ~1119 and 1150.
Arnall is a Catalan form of Arnold found in the 12th century.
Lys is a Dutch diminutive of Elizabeth found in Leuven at the end of the 16th C.
Vinne is a Middle Low German nickname of Winrich found in Estona in 1592.
Ales is a popular 16th C English spelling of Alice.
Danel is a Dutch form of Daniel found in London at the end of the 16th C.
Sabel is a nickname of Sabine found in 16th C England.
Alsen is a 16th C English nickname of Alice, popular in Cornwall.
The Italian feminine name Laria is found in Bergamo between 1265 and 1339.
The Hebrew name Asa was used by French Protestants in the 16th C.
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Tagged as Alice, Arnold, Asa, Aulia, Daniel, Dutch, Elizabeth, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Laria, Latin, Sabine, Sania, spanish, Winrich