Henry englannista suomeksi
(given name), popular in England since Middle Ages; the name of eight kings.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-): Act III, Scene I:
- And now I fear the fatal prophecy, / Which in the time of Henry, nam'd the Fifth, / Was in the mouth of every mocking babe; / That Henry born at Monmouth should win all; / And Henry born at Windsor should lose all.
1830 Russell Mitford|Mary Russell Mitford, ''Our Village: Fourth Series: Cottage Names:''
- Henry now, what a soft swain your Henry is! the proper theme of gentle poesy; a name to fall in love withal; devoted at the font to song and sonnet, and the tender passion; a baptized inamorato; a christened hero. Call him Harry, and see how you ameliorate his condition.
(ellipsis of) (ng)
(surname), an anglicization of (m).
(surname), an alternate anglicization of (m), (m), (m) (McHenry)
(given name) borrowed from (der)
(given name), a less common spelling of Henri