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Re: Tet. Louisianas x others

Bill Shear wrote:
Does the word Calliet mean anything?

Assuming the word come from French (Cajun) then the larger Robert
dictionary does not have a French word "calliet".  It does have the word
"calli" meaning element from the greek word "kallos" for beauty. 
Without being a linguist, I might suggest that it could be an old
expression that meant "little beauty".



PS  I am sorry that I have not been putting a signature line on my
correspondence.  I switched software and did not appreciate that my
signature had not switch at the same time!

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