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old english (anglo-saxon)
WILY LēAH

This name is composed of two elements: from the mid-12 century English “wile, wil”, meaning (wile, artifice, trick, ruse, feint, stratagem, maneuver, dodge) plus from the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) "lēah", meaning (woodland, a clearing “especially one used for farming”, a meadow). Perhaps ultimately related to Old English “wicca”, meaning "wizard".

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