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**F otherwise only appears doubled inside such nouns ([[ZENIFF]], [[ZIFF]]).
 
**F otherwise only appears doubled inside such nouns ([[ZENIFF]], [[ZIFF]]).
 
**V only appears inside such nouns which are familiar from the KJV ([[EVE]], [[LEVI]]).
 
**V only appears inside such nouns which are familiar from the KJV ([[EVE]], [[LEVI]]).
**W only appears inside one such noun which is familiar from the KJV ([[JEW]], [[JEWS]]).
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**W only appears inside one such noun which is familiar from the KJV ([[JEW(S)|JEW]], [[JEW(S)|JEWS]]).
 
**Y only appears inside such nouns which are familiar from the KJV ([[MARY]], [[SYRIA]], [[TIMOTHY]]).
 
**Y only appears inside such nouns which are familiar from the KJV ([[MARY]], [[SYRIA]], [[TIMOTHY]]).

Revision as of 12:16, 14 February 2011

Fun Facts About Our Onomasticon

  • The Book of Mormon contains 387 names.
  • Book of Mormon nouns of foreign origin do not begin with the letters F, Q, V, W, X, or Y, and no such nouns contain those letters, except in the following cases:
    • F only appears singly in one such noun which is familiar from the KJV (LUCIFER).
    • F otherwise only appears doubled inside such nouns (ZENIFF, ZIFF).
    • V only appears inside such nouns which are familiar from the KJV (EVE, LEVI).
    • W only appears inside one such noun which is familiar from the KJV (JEW, JEWS).
    • Y only appears inside such nouns which are familiar from the KJV (MARY, SYRIA, TIMOTHY).