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with the auction going on, and increased silver demand, here is a way to gain some extra silver for the auction:

35silver CUPON reward for whoever finds a historic record of the name Marducci before 1900
40silver CUPON for whoever finds what the name Duralia means and its origin.
25silver CUPON for whoever finds the meaning and origin of the name Maha

bonus 20 if you find an important historic figure with the name duralia or maha before 1900
note: marducci is spelled right, its not martucci. maha might be macha but its 90% maha.

please keep answers short and with reference links where you found the info.

reward will go to the first people that bring the most useful information.

the purpose of this research is personal.

CUPON MEANS YOU WILL GET THAT AMOUNT OF SILVER CREDITED FOR YOUR AUCTION BID. cupon is tradeable . I will exchange remaining cupons to silver, if you wish so, after auction is over.

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MAHA [b]

Gender:[/b] Feminine
[b]Usage:[/b] [url="http://www.behindthename.com/nmc/ara.php"]Arabic[/url]
[b]Other Scripts:[/b] [url="http://www.behindthename.com/support/transcribe.php?type=AR&target=Ma%21h%5E%5Ea-h"]مهة[/url] [b](Arabic)[/b]
Means "wild cow" in Arabic, the wild cow representing beauty.
[url="http://www.behindthename.com/name/maha"]http://www.behindthename.com/name/maha[/url]

[b]Meaning:[/b] Gazelle
[b]Origin/Culture:[/b] Hindu
[b]Gender:[/b] Male
[url="http://www.babynology.com/meaning-maha-m66.html"]http://www.babynology.com/meaning-maha-m30.html[/url]

[b]Boy or Girl ?:[/b] girl
[b]Origin of name:[/b] Muslim
[b]Meaning:[/b] Resembling the moon.
[url="http://www.babyhold.com/list/Muslim_Baby_Names/Maha/details/"]http://www.babyhold....s/Maha/details/[/url]

[b]The meaning of the name Maha is [/b] Shining[b]
The origin of the name Maha is [/b]Arabic
[url="http://www.babynames.com/name/MAHA"]http://www.babynames.com/name/MAHA[/url]

[ [i]syll.[/i] [url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/start/f/ma"]ma[/url]-[url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/end/f/ha"]ha[/url], [url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/start/f/mah"]mah[/url]-a ] The girl name Maha is pronounced as M[i][b]AA[/b][/i]HH[b]AA[/b] †. Maha is used chiefly in the [url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/search/f/arabic"]Arabic[/url] and [url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/search/f/indian"]Indian[/url] languages. It is derived from Arabic origins. The name means [i][url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/search/f/beautiful"]beautiful[/url] [url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/search/f/eyes"]eyes[/url][/i]. [or splendid]
Maha is a form of the name [url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Maja"][b]Maja[/b][/url] (Polish, Scandinavian, Slavic, and German).
[url="http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Maha"]http://www.babynames...om/meaning/Maha[/url]

This very unusual Irish name is believed to originate from Galloway in Scotland where it was originally spelt as Mac Giolla Chairge - 'the son of the servant of Carraigh' - a personal name [b]meaning 'the rock'.[/b] (...). The name also appears in The Famine Record for 1845-46 as Mahagin (son of the son of 'Harg') and Michael Maha, as well Joan Maharg of Liverpool, described as a lady who eimgrated to America in 1846. (...).
[url="http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Maha"]http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Maha[/url]

The name Maaha is there in three languages i.e. Arabic, persian, and Hindi ... In Arabic, it means "beautiful eyes" where actually it refers to the eyes of a deer ... in Persian, it means "moon like" or "resembling moon" and in Hindi, it is used as an adjective not as a name and it means "great". This name is used for girls and used in Muslim countries.
[url="http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_name_maha_mean"]http://wiki.answers...._name_maha_mean[/url]

It mean's moon-like in urdu.
There is a misconception of the word " maha" in Arabic , thinking it means large eyes, well in Arabic "maha " means the type of deer that lives in the desert [b]that has large eyes.
[/b]Check related links for a picture of Almaha animals.
[url="http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_meaning_of_maha_in_arabic_and_urdu"]http://wiki.answers....arabic_and_urdu[/url]

through history (There's a number, easier to just follow the link);
[url="http://www.google.com/search?q=the+name+maha+in+history&hl=en&tbs=tl:1&tbo=u&ei=kGlfTOj0NJDw0wSN3KTRBw&sa=X&oi=timeline_result&ct=title&resnum=11&ved=0CFIQ5wIwCg"]http://www.google.co...ved=0CFIQ5wIwCg[/url]

All first page born before 1900;
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?gl=USFEDCEN&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=0&msT=1&gss=ms_r_f-80&gsln=maha&uidh=000




Duralia

DURALIA - ALOJZ - 21 May - 1892 - 30 - Jan - 1930
(before 1900 birth)
[url="http://freepages.gen...jos9101112.html"]http://freepages.gen...jos9101112.html[/url]
LE: oh wait....important people?

Few people born before 1900;
[url="http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?gl=USFEDCEN&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=0&msT=1&gss=ms_r_f-80&gsln=Duralia&uidh=000"]http://search.ancest...uralia&uidh=000[/url]

These don't have any visible information but they're to do with a book for sale titled "The-Duralia-Name-In-History" i figure it might be helpful
[url="http://www.stylefeeder.com/i/lbrm186c/The-Duralia-Name-In-History-By-Ancestry-Com-Paperback"]http://www.stylefeed...y-Com-Paperback[/url]
[url="http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WRCXE2/ref=asc_df_B000WRCXE21183693?tag=stylefeeder-20&creative=395261&creativeASIN=B000WRCXE2&linkCode=asn"]http://www.amazon.co...E2&linkCode=asn[/url][b][b][b][b]
[/b][/b][/b][/b]LE: because i kept editing i don't know if me or Zleip found this book first[b][b][b][b]
[/b][/b][/b][/b]

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[quote name='Grido' date='09 August 2010 - 02:30 AM' timestamp='1281317456' post='65430']
MAHA [b]

Gender:[/b] Feminine
[b]Usage:[/b] [url="http://www.behindthename.com/nmc/ara.php"]Arabic[/url]
[b]Other Scripts:[/b] [url="http://www.behindthename.com/support/transcribe.php?type=AR&target=Ma%21h%5E%5Ea-h"]مهة[/url] [b](Arabic)[/b]
Means "wild cow" in Arabic, the wild cow representing beauty.
[url="http://www.behindthename.com/name/maha"]http://www.behindthename.com/name/maha[/url]

[b]Meaning:[/b] In Hindu meaning is: Gazelle
[b]Origin/Culture:[/b] Thai
[b]Gender:[/b] Male
[url="http://www.babynology.com/meaning-maha-m66.html"]http://www.babynolog...g-maha-m66.html[/url]

[b]Boy or Girl ?:[/b] girl
[b]Origin of name:[/b] Muslim
[b]Meaning:[/b] Resembling the moon.
[url="http://www.babyhold.com/list/Muslim_Baby_Names/Maha/details/"]http://www.babyhold....s/Maha/details/[/url]

[b]The meaning of the name Maha is [/b] Shining[b]
The origin of the name Maha is [/b]Arabic
http://www.babynames.com/name/MAHA
[/quote]


Well you beat me to it grido xD I only had 2 of those.

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Giulia Marducci
Female Family

Event(s):
Birth:
About 1845 Piana Dei Greci, Palermo, Italy


http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/IGI/individual_record.asp?recid=100300038604&lds=1&region=15&regionfriendly=Southwest+Europe&frompage=99

VINCENZO MARDUCCI
Male
Marriages:
Spouse: ROSA TALIENTO
Marriage:
31 DEC 1842 Foggia, Foggia, Italy

http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/IGI/individual_record.asp?recid=100154631610&lds=1&region=15&regionfriendly=Southwest+Europe&frompage=99


Records of Italian immigrants

http://www.ellisisland.org/search/matchMore.asp?LNM=MARDUCCI&PLNM=MARDUCCI&first_kind=1&kind=exact&offset=0&dwpdone=1


A lot of Marduccis (Apparently you must pay to get the full info, but there's a free trial period)

http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?cj=1&sid=ancestry.cs-20100808&gss=affiliate&rank=1&gl=usfedcen&pcc=2&prox=1&gsln=Marducci&o_xid=0000295820&o_lid=0000295820


Not sure is this is valid, but I had to try, and quickly, eh? :)

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As a first name Maha

Origin: Arabic (also seen often in in Persian and Hindi)
Meaning: Oryx (antelope or gazelle)/ wild cow/ shining beauty resembling the moon

http://www.babynames.com/name/MAHA
http://www.behindthename.com/name/maha
http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/meaning_of_Maha.html
http://www.islamfortoday.com/female_names.htm


As a surname Maha

Origin: Celtic abbreviation over time
meaning: Rock

http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Maha

ed2@3.25amuktime - Maha is also Sanskrit for "great http://www.20000-names.com/male_m_names.htm


Duralia

I have so far only retrieved this book, but obviously I can't read it. Will edit if i find anything more.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WRCXE2/ref=asc_df_B000WRCXE21183693?tag=stylefeeder-20&creative=395261&creativeASIN=B000WRCXE2&linkCode=asn

ed1@3.05amuktime - http://www.archive.org/stream/historycollecti00histgoog/historycollecti00histgoog_djvu.txt appears to be associated with an old item in the british museum also.



Marducci before 1900

Scientific paper records between 1800 and 1900. Two 12th century treatises.

http://www.archive.org/stream/cataloguescie01royaiala/cataloguescie01royaiala_djvu.txt

There are also a number of records like passenger lists etc here:

http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?gl=ROOT_CATEGORY&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=0&msT=1&gss=ms_f-2&gsln=Marducci&sbo=1&uidh=000





Z

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http://www.ellisisland.org/shipping/FormatTripPass.asp?sship=Weser&BN=P00357-9&lineshipid=969&shipid=966

Passenger list, arriving at Ellis Island (NY) 1893. Three Marduccis travelling together.



Edit when I realized Aelis beat me to it: Filameno is mentioned in the list found by Aelis, but this link gives two small children traveling with her.

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Hey maybe this helps :P

Duralia A kind of Heron or Bittern,
http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/discover_collections/history_nation/indigenous/vocabularies/documenting/index.html


DURALIA ALOJZ 21 May 1892 30 Jan 1930
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tandnmca/monongahela/stjos9101112.html


DURALIA Frances S. Mother 1874 (cr 4Nov) 1957
http://files.usgwarchives.org/oh/geauga/cemeteries/parkman/d-e.txt

Still need origin??? mmmmm :P:)

and now
brolga grus rubicundus dyuralya dur@alia (W) (b), duralia (A), duralia (moojil) (mudjil
'red') (HSB), durali (M)
http://www.williamdawes.org/docs/troy_sydney_language_publication.pdf

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[color="#FF0000"]Marducci
[/color] seems like the former meaning was more like Marsuzi


http://gw2.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=jlbillet&lang=de;p=jacques;n=marsuzi+de+aguirre

Jacques MARSUZI de AGUIRRE
Personenstand

born 28. June 1819 - Rome,99127,ITALIE
Died 25. March 1900 , age : 80 years
Militaire

Parents

Luigi MARSUZI 1773-1838
Candida STRAMBINI de AGUIRRE
Mariiage and children

Married with Elisa PISTRUCCI
Married with Teresa[color="#FF0000"] MARDUCCI,[/color] with
Clelia MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1848-1905
Icilio MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1854
Laura MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1858


Brothers & sisters

Camille MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1805-1876
Clelia MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1806-1843
Laura MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1809-1830
Valerio MARSUZI 1813-1837
Torquato MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1814-1890
Emmanuele MARSUZI 1816-1852
Claude MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1818-1906
Jacques MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1819-1900
Cornelia MARSUZI de AGUIRRE 1824

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[color="#FF0000"]
Duralia[/color]

http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=search_all1.asp&clear_form=true

Elizabeth DURALIA (AFN: 1XLG-0Q9) Pedigree
Sex: F Family

Event(s)
Birth: Abt. 1738
<Lexow, M-Schw, Germany>
Parents
Marriage(s)
Spouse: Johann Christian AHNSORG (AFN: 1XLF-V54) Family
Marriage: 30 Nov 1759

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MAHA[/color]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vishnu

MAHA = great in hindu

...the Satvata-tantra describes three different forms, or aspects, of Vishnu as Maha Vishnu,...

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[u][b]Duralia[/b][/u]

Not much is given with the term Duralia.

But, the name itself might have originated from the Name Durali( A male version of that name)
(no source for this, just a guess)

But if it were to originate to Durali.

Then it would have a cultural background of German, according to thi site:
[url]http://www.babynology.com/test/meaning-durali-m24.html[/url]

This is all assuming that the name originates for Durali.

A Book: The Duralia Name in History
[url]http://www.amazon.com/Duralia-Name-History-Ancestry-com/dp/B000WRCXE2[/url]

Not sure wants in it. But seems to have some background to US, or north america.

[url]http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?cj=1&sid=ancestry.cs-20100809&gss=affiliate&rank=1&gl=usfedcen&pcc=2&prox=1&gsln=Duralia&o_xid=0000295820&o_lid=0000295820[/url]

A list of surname matching to duralia in the US.

Most of the duralia surname found are either from the US, or moved to the US.

Will edit fi foudn more info.

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oh wow.... i should do this more often . Your info is most interesting. I will reward all that brought new info so far, that means:


Grido 85
Aelis 35
Z 60
Fyrd 20
Manda 40
Mr mystery 40

great job everybody, now i will have a long time continuing the investigation from here :)

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[quote name='Muratus del Mur' date='09 August 2010 - 12:00 PM' timestamp='1281348025' post='65442']
An other 30 silver for the same research of the name Camburu

go go go :)
[/quote]

http://www.namespedia.com/index.php/Camburu

Name: Camburu

Language: Romanian

Origin: Gipsy

Meaning: Romanian version for the Greek name Kamburi


Hard to find anything about this, even Kamburi has alsmost no results at all.

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Name: Camburu

Language: Romanian

Origin: Gipsy

Meaning: Romanian version for the Greek name Kamburi


River Camburu / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camburu_River

Alternative Name: Rio Camburu
Name Type: Native
Area / State: Sao Paulo

Coordinates & Location Type

Area Type: Hydrographic
Location Type: Stream
Latitude: -23.68333
Longitude: -45.46667
Latitude (DMS): 23° 40' 60 S
Longitude (DMS):45° 28' 0 W



Drats! Blackwood beat me to it by 1 minute!

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Name: [b]Camburu[/b]
Language: [url="http://www.namespedia.com/index.php/Category:Romanian"]Romanian[/url]
Origin: [url="http://www.namespedia.com/index.php/Category:Gipsy"]Gipsy[/url]
Meaning: Romanian version for the Greek name [url="http://www.namespedia.com/index.php?title=Kamburi&action=edit"]Kamburi
[/url][url="http://www.namespedia.com/index.php/Camburu"]http://www.namespedi...dex.php/Camburu[/url]

LE: teaches me to not refresh before posting...


LE2: Can i redeem the silver vouchers in Gold at an exchange rate of 15 silver = 1 Gold? It would then be 5Gc 10S (85 Sc).

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same as above, Romanian/gypsy version of Greek "Kamburi". the latter one is funnily enough used in a nigerian/419 email scam - http://www.419scam.org/emails/2008-08/18/00437184.310.htm

also, as dst mentioned, Rio Camburu is a river in Brazil. It is also apparently the name of a village of some sort in Romania (http://www.traveljournals.net/explore/romania/map/m1702397/camburul.html). There's also a type of crayfish called Cambaridae Camburus (http://www.fishlore.com/Profiles-Crayfish.htm)

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http://www.namespedia.com/index.php/Camburu

Heres a "wiki" article, on language, origin.

Also a name of a river in Brazil

http://www.enotes.com/topic/Camburu_River

No Camburu live in USA, but there exsist plenty of Kamburi.

http://www.whitepages.com/search/FindPerson?firstname_begins_with=1&firstname=&name=Kamburi&where=
http://www.whitepages.com/search/FindPerson?firstname_begins_with=1&firstname=&name=Camburu&where=


Common mispelled as :

Common misspellings and typos for this name: cambruu, cmaburu, cabmuru, acmburu, cambur, cambura, csmburu, camburu,
camburu, cambueu, camburu, camburu, camburua, camburue, camburui, camburuo, camburu
http://www.namesdir.com/F_camburu



http://nona.net/features/map/placedetail.915543/Camburu/

A place in romania

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In terms of its adaptation from Kamburi, here is some information:

Kamburi

A place name - possibly an abbreviation of Kamburee. Seems to have something to do with the Japanese army.

http://www.far-eastern-heroes.org.uk/And_To_Think_I_Volunteered/html/infamous_railway.htm

http://www.newcreation.org.au/books/pdf/333_LaughingGunner.pdf


According to Google there is some link between this name and the cult of the dead in eddystone of the solomons - although once you follow the link the name is not retrievable in the single free page

http://www.jstor.org/pss/2843738

(funny thing with this if you read the bit about spirits)



A type of written prose as demonstrated in 1887 by one Tokai Sanshi in his book Kajin no Kigu

http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=21&ved=0CBQQFjAAOBQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fcircle.ubc.ca%2Fbitstream%2Fhandle%2F2429%2F24138%2FUBC_1983_A8%2520C44.pdf%3Fsequence%3D1&rct=j&q=Kamburi%20meaning%20and%20origin&ei=iwlgTIyGNpTNjAelzrzxAw&usg=AFQjCNG2NpRjtHnfqryLVLbEuPzrF_4PDQ&cad=rja


Z

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Buri is the Japanese name for large yellowtail fish. Buri caught in winter are called [b]kamburi[/b], and are fattier and tastier.
http://kikuko.web.infoseek.co.jp/english/B.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_amberjack

This is probably the reason for the link to the Japanese army that Z found.


In the Caribbean area, [b]Camburu[/b] is the common name of some moray eels, [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_moray"][i]Gymnothorax funebris[/i][/url] and [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spotted_moray"][i]Gymnothorax moringa[/i][/url]. There is also a fish, [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_tarpon"][i]Megalops atlanticus[/i][/url], which is called locally camburupu.
http://www.panamjas.org/pdf_revistas/PANAMJAS_4%282%29.pdf

This may be related to the river Camburu in Brazil.

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I don't think this have to be with Romania or Greece but this is what I found about [b][u]Camburi[/u][/b]:

Free translation:

Camburi or Cambury cames from Kamury a type of fish. The 'mu' can be transformed in 'mbu',(...). The fish is known in Manaus/AM, Brazil, as Kamurin. Could be as well kamury 'y wich means river of the camurins.

Source:

[url="http://camburicamburizinho.com.br/etimologia-de-camburi/"][size="3"][font="Times New Roman"]Se realmente for de origem tupi, e provavelmente é, Camburi (na certa também há a variação de cambury) provavelmente deriva de kamury que é uma espécie de peixe. O mu pode se transformar em mbu, por exemplo, muru (certo tipo de planta canácea/possui também outros significados) pode ser dito também na forma mburu. Da mesma forma como o mo pode ser escrito como mbo (pó também pode ser mbó /ambos significam mão) então camuri pode se transformar em camburi. A espécie é conhecida como robalo, mas na minha região (Manaus-Amazônia) é camurim mesmo! Poderia ser kamuri+’y (peixe camurim + rio = rio dos camurins ou rio dos robalos), pois água é ‘y (que é uma vogal média, é uma vogal entre o ‘i’ e o ‘u’/lábios em forma de ‘i’ mas pronunciando ‘u’).Eu acredito que seja por ai.[/font][/size][/url]

[url="http://xembae.blogspot.com/"]Blog of Mbo’esara Esãîa Tremembé[/url], the one who gave the explanation above.

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oh gee, Mur, i thought we were to send you answers by pm. sorry...:P sent you one yesterday at 1pm about the Maha.

in case you havent check your mail, here's what i sent you:

Here’s what I could come up so far:

The word “Maha” in Urdu, means “moon-like” or “resembling a moon.”

In Arabic, it refers to a kind of deer with “large eyes” (which may also mean “beautiful eyes”)

In Hindi, it is used as an adjective, which means “great.” Like Mahatma – “great soul,” Maharishi – “great sages,” or Maharaja – “great king”

It seems to me that the compounded meaning directs to something that is round like the moon or the eyes, and large or of great size or magnanimity.

Mystically, it could come to mean something that is of great importance like the circle or cycle of life – the orouborus. A sphere of arcane knowledge perhaps? Hehe..I’m pushing it too far, am i?

Also in a more recent history, it directs to a Native American Omaha Tribe that lived along the “River of the Mahas” in 17[sup]th[/sup] century Iowa. A French cartographer mapped the tribe as “The Maha, a wandering nation” in 1718.

[url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maha"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maha[/url]

[url="http://www.blurtit.com/q983265.html"]http://www.blurtit.com/q983265.html[/url]

[url="http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/357776/Maha-Maya"]http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/357776/Maha-Maya[/url]

[url="http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_meaning_of_maha_in_arabic_and_urdu"]http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_meaning_of_maha_in_arabic_and_urdu[/url]

[url="http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_name_maha_mean"]http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_name_maha_mean[/url]

[url="http://www.answers.com/topic/omaha-tribe"]http://www.answers.com/topic/omaha-tribe[/url]

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it seems to me that the word "Camburu" refers to the word Camburus/Cambarus which is a genus of crustaceans.

for example:

[b]Scientific Name :[/b] Cambaridae [color="#8b0000"]Camburus[/color] [b]Common Names :[/b] Crawdad, Crayfish, Crawfish

[b]Origin / Habitat :[/b] Different species all over the world

[b]Temperament / Behavior :[/b] May fight with other invertebrates and go after smaller fish.

sources:


http://www.fishlore.com/Profiles-Crayfish.htm

also sourced in the pdf file attached. go to page11 and look up the first crustacean mentioned under the Taxa column

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Camburu

a town in Romania
http://nona.net/features/map/placedetail.915543/Camburu/

also a river of São Paulo state in southeastern Brazil
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camburu_River

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