No More Lane for Elaine
Are you familiar with Elaine in King Arthur? Yeah! You read it right. Elaine was a name that was widely known in the past. It appeared in the Arthurian legend. Elaine was the daughter of Pelleas, the lover of Lancelot, and the mother of Galahad.
Elaine Hendrix at the Fox Winter TCA All-Star Party
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Originally, Elaine is a homophone for French Helen, but it was imported to Scotland and became Helen. In Greek, it means “Bright, Shining Light.” In 1947, about 7,069 people in the United States were given the name Elaine. However, its popularity declined after four decades.
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