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THE ORIGIN OF THE RINGER NAME:
From the English (of Norman origin): the Old French personal name Reinger,
Rainger, composed of the Germanic elements ragin (advice/counselor)
English Occupational: name for a maker of rings or for a bell ringer,
Middle English ring(en)‘to ring',
Old English ringan.
German: occupational name for a turner,
someone who made objects by rotating them on a lathe or wheel.
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