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This is a growing collection of poems called locuses put to English female names. I understand there are many thousand English female names, counting all spellings and variations, so it will take some time to cover them all with blessings.

If you miss a namefame, please write it yourself! The idea is that all names will be covered by contributions.

Locus is what I call the tetrametric quatrain, either iambic or trochaic, which expresses a moral statement. When a name is served by the locus, I call the poem namefame.

To see what a name means, I suggest you open a new tab in the browser, and in it go to a site on which it is shown what the meaning of names are. Then you can toggle between the two sites. My own source has been

This is a private site. It is made by
Anders Woje Ellingsen,
which is me. I am Norwegian. I call myself Vaccinius. I consider my self to be a priest for Jesus Christ, and I have put up a city on internet, called Trixnix, which this site is a part of. It is the New Jerusalem.

Be judicious when you share a namefame.

To comment on a Google Site, which this is, you must be in Google mode.

I want this site to be known. Please share independent of Trixnix.

Thank You, Lord!