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On My Mind: 7-16-17

Gus, Theo, and Ruby - At work I recently heard of a sibset consisting of eldest brother Gus, and then Theo, and a little sister named Ruby. It's so unusual (especially in my small southern town) to hear such stylish names that I was pretty floored when I heard it.

Augustine - Another name sighting from work - a little boy was calling for his friend all across the arcade - his name was Augustine.

Libuše - I've really been into Czech names here lately, and this one is one of my favorites. It comes from the Czech lib - which means "love". In legend, Libuše, also sometimes calledLubuše, Libussa, or Lubossa, was the name of a Princess and the founder of Prague.

The Children of Ludovika of Bavaria

Ludovika of Bavaria
Princess Ludovika of Bavaria was born Marie Ludovika Wilhelmine to Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and Karoline of Baden. She married Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria, or "Max".
Their children were:

Ludwig Wilhelm, "Ludwig Wilhelm, Duke in Bavaria", or "Louis"

Wilhelm Karl, "Wilhelm Karl, Duke in Bavaria"

Helene Caroline Therese, "Helene, Duchess in Bavaria", "Helene, Hereditary Princess of Thurn and Taxis", or "Néné"

Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, "Elisabeth, Duchess in Bavaria", or "Sisi", later "Empress Elisabeth of Austria"

Karl-Theodor, "Karl-Theodor, Duke in Bavaria", or "Gackl"

Marie Sophie Amalie, "Marie Sophie, Duchess in Bavaria", later "Marie Sophie, Queen of the Two Sicilies"

Mathilde Ludovika, "Mathilde Ludovika, Duchess in Bavaria", later "Mathilde Ludovika, Countess of Trani"

Maximilian, "Maximilian, Duke in Bavaria" (Stillborn)

Sophie Charlotte Augustine, "Sophie Charlotte, Duchess in Bavaria", later "Sophie Charlotte, Duchess of Alençon"

Maximilian Emmanuel, "Maximilian Emmanuel, Duke in Bavaria", or "Mapperl"

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