2017年5月30日火曜日

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Roy is an English, Scottish Gaelic and French name of Norman origin. This family name originated from the Normans, the descendants of Norse Vikings from Denmark, Norway and Iceland.[1][2] The derivation is from the word rey or roi, meaning "king". The Normans brought this surname to England, which in medieval times was used as a nickname either for one who behaved in a regal fashion, or who had earned the title in some contest of skill.[3] It also appears in Scottish Gaelic, from the word ruadh, meaning "red".




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