> At 9:45:29 AM on Thursday, October 21, 2004, tgpedersenI see. And the proterotheme is?
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Brian M. Scott" <BMScott@...>
> > wrote:
> >> At 11:11:36 PM on Wednesday, October 20, 2004,
> >> he_who_must_not_be_named wrote:
> >>> 1. regarding the etymology of the germanic masculine
> >>> name: *aldric/aldrick; eng. *aldrich. i think the name
> >>> means "old-ruler" right?! what is the latinised form of
> >>> the germanic "aldric?" i'm guessing it's *aldrico or
> >>> *aldricus.
> >> <Aldricus> is well-attested, along with some variant
> >> Latinizations (e.g., <Aldericus>).
> > The -k- suffix seems to point in the direction of a
> > Nordwestblock name.
> There is no <-k-> suffix here. The deuterotheme is
> Gmc *<ri:ks> 'king', borrowed from Celtic <ri:g->.