Harriet

[Araminta] == Suggestion == Merge 3RR into the Edit war policy or simply delete it. Way too often we get unblock requests from edit warriors who complain `I didn`t break 3RR!`, etc. That page is almost an exact duplicate of WP:EW, with bits taken from the four `related` pages mentioned above. Since 3RR is more-or-less a guideline on when bl...
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Harriet

[name] Harriet is a female name. The name is an English version of the French Henriette, a female form of Henri. The male name Harry was formed in a similar way from Henry. All these names are derived from Henrik, which is ultimately derived from the Germanic name Heimiric, derived from the word elements heim, or `home` and ric, meaning `po...
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Harriet

Harriet is an English name for girls. The meaning is `ruler of the home land` The name Harriet is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. The chances are 50 times greater that girls are called Harriet there. Use for the other sex: Harry What do they use in other countries? Harrie The name sounds like: Hertha, Herta See also: Etta, Harrietta...
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