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Thread: Tribal Founders and Their Placenames!

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    I think so, too.

    For the label 'Deutschland' the french words 'Dieu' and even 'Diabolo' might be
    namesakes, too :
    Dieu's Land God's Land
    As it is in 'Heilige Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation'
    as 'Holy Roman Empire of Dieu's Nation' in an attempt to incorporate
    the many conquered tribes into a God's Nation, without
    giving psychological preference to the winning tribe.


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    'Sachs' might be referring to 'Flachs' :
    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linum
    Because 'Sachsband' is commonly used on farms to
    bind straw and hay blocks :
    http://www.pfadfinder-treffpunkt.de/...&threadid=9174
    Before using 'Sisal' , such ropes might have been made from 'Flax' .

    Even the New Testament has Saulus (Taurus, Herodes) being ward of the clothing chamber,
    becomming Paulus (Aries, Pontius Pilatus) by Precession;
    so clothing might be important for creating names of areas, too.


    And then there is the name 'Saß' (Sass, Sasz) meaning inhabitant or even settler .
    Some wild animal's resting places are named 'Sasse' in the hunter language.
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    For 'Danmark' or 'Denmark' :

    'Mark' describes a 'Field' or 'Acker' (Acre) .

    'Tan' sounds similar as 'Dan' and might be related to 'Tanner' :
    Traditionally, tanning used tannin,
    an acidic chemical compound from which the tanning process draws
    its name (tannin is in turn named after an old German word for oak or fir trees, from which the compound was derived).
    From en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanning_(leather)

    'Oak' in German language is 'Eiche' ;
    and in Danish language
    da.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eg

    The German word 'Tanne' is the English christmas tree 'Fir' it seems : en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fir

    And 'Tanne' in Danish language would be :
    da.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ædelgran-slægten

    Therfore it is possible, that it had been a 'Granfield' once,
    because of light 'Geest' soil,
    then renamed 'Danacre' by whatever reason.

    'Grannen' in German language are
    de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Granne the English en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awn_(botany)
    which resemble needles and lances.

    'Ahn' (Ahnen) in German language means 'Ancestors' in English tongue.
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