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October 8, 2007

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Dick & Bob

  • October 8, 2007, 8:54pm

Margaret to Daisy: the flower named daisy is called in many latin languages Margarida, from which Margaret was derived.

José to Pepe: In the new testament, Joseph (Jose) was the "supposed father" of Jesus, in latin "Pater Putativus", or in short, P.P, pronounced as Pepe
...or...
maybe it's just the repetition of the last syllable of Giuseppe, which is the Italian version of Joseph.

Francisco to Paco: St. Francis' name was written Phrancisco, and was abbreviated to P.co, hence Paco.