Actress Brenda Vaccaro; comic strip heroine Brenda Starr.Associated with: norse, sword (warrior), 20th century (modern), scotland, heroine., Brandye, Branndea, Branndi, Breanda, Breonda and Brianda.
First time going to Brea comedy club...manager knew it was our first time there and gave us the treatment.
Sat us front 3rd row center of stage and we were super shocked...way, way too nice of him.
Describes pain from broken ankle, surgery at a leading NYC hospital, postop complications & bad pain management, difficult pain control at home with long recovery.
It is of Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Brenda is "sword".
Related to the English word "brand", meaning "to mark by burning".
Until the 20th century, the name was used mainly in Scotland and Ireland.
Its popularity in Gaelic-speaking countries has been influenced by its similarity to Brendan.
I assume the best of everyone I first meet, and agree with Hemingway when he said "The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them."PLEASE ASK OTHERS TO REVIEW YOU - it is important.
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