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Double barrel names can be made up of any two names. Very often the separate meanings of the two root names do not make sense when combined together, so we shall look at them separately. Scarlett is a feminine name of English origin. It comes directly from the English word for the colour which is of a red shade. It was bought into popular usage because of the success of Margaret Mitchell’s novel Gone with the Wind, which was adapted to film and starred Clark Gable. In the story Scarlett O’Hara is played by Vivien Leigh. Rose is a favourite feminine name in English speaking countries and come from the English name for the flower. roses are often described as scarlet in colour.
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