Santiago = San Diego = Saint James
Respect to your levels tshalla and ChipOtley, we'd like to offer to get you a drink next time our local is doing a freebie
We got full marks for the ENGLISH names.
but the real lesson is that Shakespeare's villain "Iago" has such a
And James is for Jaime, not for Diego
Quite surprised at the results
Edit:Did find some evidence for it, but more for joseph indeed.
In Spain, Saint Jacob became Santiago, and from there the names Diego, Iago, Yago, Thiago and Santiago.
On the other hand Jacob in latin was Iacomus, and from there James. and also Jaime in Spanish (and Giacomo in Italian, Seamus in Gaelic etc.)
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