Xavier englannista suomeksi
1976 DeLillo|Don DeLillo, ''Ratner's Star'', Knopf, (ISBN), page 337:
- "Full name please." "Maurice Xavier Wu." "Where did you get the Xavier?" "My father was a missionary," he said.
2007 Kendrick|Sharon Kendrick, ''The Sheikh's English Bride'', Harlequin, (ISBN), page 60:
- 'I keep telling you to call me Xavier,' he interjected silkily, aware that her reluctance to do so intrigued him. 'Xavier,' Laura agreed, and then hesitated. How could his name be so...so...''enticing''? Because it was foreign to her lips―lingering there like the juice of a fruit she had never tasted before? Or because it was impossible to say without first softening your voice?
(surname) found chiefly among people of Spanish and Portuguese descent.
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