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  1. #81
    "Buckeyes" are a tree grown in Ohio, USA ; the nuts are a dark, shiny brown. My dad called me that when I was tiny 'cause my eyes are so dark. My real name is Victoria, which simply means "victory" or "victorious"--and I was named after the English queen of that name!

  2. #82
    I named my town Mayfield after the town where the Cleavers lived in Leave It To Beaver TV show from the late 1950s/ early 1960s.

    I thought about Springfield (Father Knows Best) but there are several real towns with that name.

    I have since friended a Mayberry in this game.

    I'm still looking for a Warfield (Ozzie and Harriet).
    Last edited by Mayfield; 10-25-2019 at 11:39 PM.
    Played on and off since October 2017
    Play on iOS iPad

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeyes View Post
    "Buckeyes" are a tree grown in Ohio, USA ; the nuts are a dark, shiny brown. My dad called me that when I was tiny 'cause my eyes are so dark. ...
    hi Victoria, and welcome to the forum + thanks for the explanation! I had just seen your other post from today, and had been wondering what it could mean


    Quote Originally Posted by Mayfield View Post
    I named my town Mayfield after the town where the Cleavers lived in Leave It To Beaver TV show from the late 1950s/ early 1960s.
    I thought about Springfield (Father Knows Best) but there are several real towns with that name.
    I have since friended a Mayberry in this game.
    I'm still looking for a Warfield (Ozzie and Harriet).
    LOL, Mayfield - a definite thanks for your explanation also! I don't know ANY of this, but at least got the general background now

  4. #84
    "Harman" means: solider, army, beloved

  5. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by Harmman420 View Post
    "Harman" means: solider, army, beloved
    Thanks, but in which language, pls, or coming from which language?
    and do you mean to use it with one or two M?

  6. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by _DD_ View Post
    Thanks, but in which language, pls, or coming from which language?
    and do you mean to use it with one or two M?
    It's in hindu language, I mean to use double M, just felt like that ✅

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