dizzie F

old english (anglo-saxon)
(DYSIG) (DēSīDĕRāTUS)

This name derives from Latin "dēsīdĕrātus", meaning “desired, wished, Wanted child, expected child”. It was used especially where there was a previous disappointment. This name is also linked to the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) adjective "dysig", meaning “giddy, dizzy, woozy, airhead, empty-headed”.

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