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 Does the Holland surname come from the counts of Holland?

Answer The House of Names website reports the surname Holland does not come from the counts of Holland. Instead, the surname Holland is of Anglo-Saxon origin coming from the old English word "hough."Refer... Read More »
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Why is the language of Holland called Dutch?

English speakers began referring to the language and people of the Netherlands as Dutch beginning in the 1600s, as the Netherlands (also commonly called Holland) emerged as an independent nation. T... Read More »
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What are people from Switzerland called?

They are called "Swiss".BTW: POME is an abbreviation of "Prisoner of Mother England". It was used for convicts that were brought to Australia, they had to carry those four letters on the back of th... Read More »
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What's it called where people give massages to people suffering from pain, like muscle damage and stuff?

It's called Massage Therapy. It can be done in clinical, therapeutic or spa environments.
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