What's its name. . . .
This morning I was inspired by another thread and thought that would make a good subject for debate. Anyway, my surname is synonymous with Kent and East Sussex and has two syllables. The first syllable in German means "simpleton or peasant" and the second means "a man-made hill or mound." And does this reflect your personality or influence your lifestyle. The name Carpenter or Baker usually means that your ancestors were cabinet makers and pastie munchers. Or is your name, like mine synoymous with a particular area?