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"Silver-Plated" Argent
Posted by: Felix Unger Date: December 06, 1999 at 14:19:07
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From the Latin "argentum" (silver) came the French "argent" (are-ZHON without the "n" sound) and "the root of all evil" (well, sometimes). This is a very old surname for a person or family with "beaucoup de bucks". The adjective "argenté" of course means "silver-plated". The word "argent" is also used to describe the silver color on the family crest. I believe most North American people with this surname trace it back to the UK (?)

We'll want to hear more from the 174 USA Argent folks - www/ - and the 74 Canadian ones - -.


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