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A name in The Caribbean Region

The name "Chedi" is an Indian Surname. Many years ago, People with that name moved into the Caribbean Region. But by Time, The name evolved as the people were ruledby Several European Govts. Currently, the name is spelt as Cheddie.

Other Indo-Carribean Names are Merilia, Roopan, Roopmin, Merahi, Lehallal, or Sanguenou.

This Fact was mailed in by Richard B. Shiva-Ram Cheddie. His e-mail address is Yuddh1@ix.netcom.com

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