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Detective one employed or engaged in detecting lawbreakers or in getting information that is not readily or publicly accessible.

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Dupin See Monsieur C. Auguste Dupin. Did you mean "duping"?
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Hector This boy's name is used in English and Spanish. Its source is Hektor, a Greek name meaning "A support or stay."

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Jacques This boy's name is used in Dutch and French. It corresponds to the English name Jacob. Its source is Yaakov, a Hebrew name meaning "One who trips up another and takes his place."

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Lesko See Matthew Lesko.
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Lucinda This girl's name is used in English and Spanish. It is an alternate form of Lucia and Lucille. Their sources are Lux, a male Latin name meaning "Light;" and Lucilla, a Latin name meaning "Light," respectively.

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Morrow the next day; the time immediately after a specified event.

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Snicket I guess itís some kind of game, like pool. Or a back alley.

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Verhoogen Belgian. See also Jean Verhoogen, geologist.
 


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