7: Juniper Renard -New Alternate Name (NP)
OSCAR finds the name on the Trimaris LoI of February 18, 2023 as submitted.
Beatriz Reynard de Anaya
Submitter desires a gender-neutral name.
Sound (Ah-ny-ah) most important.
"Beatrix" can be found in Aryanwhy verch Catmael's Late Period French Feminine Names s.n. Beatrix (https://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/latefrench.html), dated between 1387 and 1463.
"Renard" can be found in Aryanwhy verch Catmael DRAFT: Byames in Medieval France, s.n. Renard,
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The spelling Renard can be dated to 1601, La Renarde can be dated to 1292 and 1340. We hope it is possible to drop the article and use Renard unmarked.
"de Anaya" is byname (a last name based on a placename) in Juliana de Luna's Spanish Names from the Late 15th Century (https://heraldry.sca.org/names/isabella/WomenFullNames.html).
Under SENA appendix A, we do not need to document double bynames for French or Spanish, particularly if the second byname is a locative byname as we have here.
French Feminine Names
All the elements of a name are within 300 years of one another, Iberian names (Spain is on the Iberian peninsula) and French names are an allowable lingual mix per SENA appendix C. S