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native american (muskogean, choctaw)
TUIL / TUILE FLAITH > TUILELAITH

This name has two different origins: 1) From the Native American (Muskogean, Choctaw), meaning “leaping waters”, from a river and a waterfall in Georgia, and may actually mean "town" in the Muskogean-Creek language. 2) From the Irish Gaelic "Tuilelaith" composed of "tuil > tuile (flood, deluge) plus "flaith" (powerful family, high nobility, princess), translated with the folk meaning "princess of abundance". The name and all its variants are not attributable to a precise etymology and so could have a double origin.

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