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The name '''Peter''' is derived from the words "Peat" and "Eater". It is an ancient [[Gaelic]] name resulting from the time when the [[Roman]]s were overunning Gaeland (pronounced gay-land) During this time, the Gaes were forced to eat the only available source of nourishment: [[peat]]. As this terrible food was considered inedible, its corrosive effect on the throat developed into [[Things Invented By Scots|the now famous Scottish accent]]. Babies that instinctively reached for peat were called "Peatter" (pee-teer).
 
The name '''Peter''' is derived from the words "Peat" and "Eater". It is an ancient [[Gaelic]] name resulting from the time when the [[Roman]]s were overunning Gaeland (pronounced gay-land) During this time, the Gaes were forced to eat the only available source of nourishment: [[peat]]. As this terrible food was considered inedible, its corrosive effect on the throat developed into [[Things Invented By Scots|the now famous Scottish accent]]. Babies that instinctively reached for peat were called "Peatter" (pee-teer).
   
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*[[Peter Gabriel]]
 
*[[Peter Gabriel]]
 
*[[Peter Griffin]]
 
*[[Peter Griffin]]
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*[[Peter Hitchens]]
 
*[[Peter Jackson]]
 
*[[Peter Jackson]]
 
*[[Peter Norton]]
 
*[[Peter Norton]]

Latest revision as of 17:26, January 25, 2010

The name Peter is derived from the words "Peat" and "Eater". It is an ancient Gaelic name resulting from the time when the Romans were overunning Gaeland (pronounced gay-land) During this time, the Gaes were forced to eat the only available source of nourishment: peat. As this terrible food was considered inedible, its corrosive effect on the throat developed into the now famous Scottish accent. Babies that instinctively reached for peat were called "Peatter" (pee-teer).

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