Originally Posted by Sfumato
Megan Rose of Klaveren
the von is German for "of" and denotes nobility or a connection to something meaningful . For instance if I were named Jennifer Von Baltimore I would be Jen of Baltimore
Although this is not a set in stone rule it is the common historical notation.
Klaveren in Dutch (very close to German in some dialects) means "Clubs"
Klaver means Club and the "en" makes it plural.
So you would be translated to Megan Rose of Clubs....
Actually I like it a lot, it has a very nice powerful and enigmatic ring to it.
What do you think? Instead of queen of Clubs you are the Rose of Clubs, the secret card found only in a deck of 53.
Haha thanks! Yes, it's a Dutch name. Not "von" but "van". And yes van means of in Dutch. I think klaveren actually means clovers, as my mother has told me (she was born in Holland). But clubs, clovers, same thing.