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Have you ever heard or read of name days?

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Red Gold, Jul 30, 2021.

Have you ever heard or read of name days?

  1. This is the first time that I have read about name days

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  2. I have heard of name days before

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  3. I have read about name days before

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  4. I know my own name day, but usually I do not celebrate it

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    33.3%
  5. I know people, who celebrate their name day

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    33.3%
  6. I know my own name day and I also celebrate it

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  1. Red Gold

    Red Gold Well-Known Member

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    Have you ever heard or read of name days?
     
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  2. Red Gold

    Red Gold Well-Known Member

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  3. Llleopard

    Llleopard Active Member

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    As a child 50 years ago I had a book called 'Shining Hours ' which had a story about a Norwegian girl who made a carved dragon chair for her name day. The story explained about the name day, which I found really different and interesting.
     
  4. Red Gold

    Red Gold Well-Known Member

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    2 say: I have read about name days before
     
  5. Red Gold

    Red Gold Well-Known Member

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    Interesting!
    Norwegians are not noted for their interest in name days! :)
     
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