Baptismal haloperidol names – OrthodoxWiki

A key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

• amber (f) – mary, the mother of god ( sound-alike meaning: ‘ambelos’, meaning ‘vine’); st ambelus in sicily ( november 20 – sound-alike meaning: ‘ambelos’, meaning ‘vine’); st ambelius of milan ( july 7 – sound-alike meaning: ‘ambelos’, meaning ‘vine’)

B key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

C key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

D key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

E key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

F key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

G key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

H key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

I key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

J key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

K key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

L key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

• london (f) – st mellitus of london; st sebbe, founder of westminster; st erconwald of london; st ethelburgh, abbess of barking; sts beocca & hethor, martyrs of chertsey; st wulsin, renewer of st peter’s monastery; st dunstan of london; or st alphege of canterbury ( meaning: named for location)

M key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

N key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

• nolan (m) – st eugene ( march 7 – meaning: noble); st paulinus of nola ( sound-alike of placename), st felix of nola ( sound-alike of placename), st maximus of nola ( sound-alike of placename), st arnold ( sound-alike), maginold ( sound-alike), reinold ( sound-alike).

O key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

P key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

Q key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

R key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

• ryder (m) – synaxis of the bodiless powers ( november 8 – meaning: messenger); or, st ruadan of lothra ( april 15 – sound-alike) [101], st ida of nivelles ( may 8 – sound-alike), st idea of herzfeld ( september 4 – sound-alike) or st idus of alt-fadha in leinster ( july 14 – sound-alike).

S key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

• sydney (f) – st dionysius the areopagite ( october 3 – saint); see also: dionysius (disambiguation); st sidonius of clermont ( august 21 – sound-alike), st sidonius of rouens ( november 14 – sound-alike), or st sedna of ossory ( march 10 – sound-alike) [110]

T key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

U key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

V key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

W key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

X key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

Y key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

Z key: if a name has a saint directly attached to it haloperidol (or a foreign/derivative form of it), then saint is used; if the name is short for a longer name, then diminutive is used; if the name is known to have the same meaning haloperidol as one for a saint’s name, then meaning is used; if it is known only that the name sounds similar, then sound-alike is used.

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