April 21, 2004


Sarah has linked to me. Sarah says:

I really like how he came up with the name for it.

I like it too! But I came up with an even better name than that: Psychopundit. That's a name that would really catch people's eyes! But it just wasn't me. So, as of this posting, the name's still available.

To any reader who grabs it, all I ask for in return is a hat tip.

By the way, Sarah, do you know that your name in Hebrew means Princess? It's also used for top government officers. Joseph was a sar to Pharoh (sarah is the feminine form of sar). Nowadays, it's used where in English we would use minister, as in Foreign Minister - Sarat Hahus in Hebrew (if the foreign minister is a woman). Final -h becomes -t in this context, when the word stands alone it's sarah.

Update: Sorry Sarah, I didn't mean to associate you with Pychopundit.

Posted by David Boxenhorn at April 21, 2004 10:05 AM
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I did know that; I had a little wall hanging when I was a kid with my name and its origin. I also remember getting teased when kids found out my name meant princess and Ryan's meant king -- we were constantly teased as boyfriend/girlfriend after that.

Posted by: Sarah at April 21, 2004 01:19 PM Permalink

I like the link between Sarah and Joseph.
I rather think of Joseph as being Jo Sep Tah or Ra Jo Sep Tah to the Ma Re.
Sarah being the Mother would also liken her to the role of Mary to Joseph.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 1, 2004 05:25 PM Permalink

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