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I read an old religious book called the sheep and the wolves (or wolf), maybe wolf and the sheep...anyway, the author said Saxon came from "Isaac's Sons"....thought it was interesting....nice post OP
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17299239

Thanks for your comment and kind words. I have also read that as well. In my research I have found the name Saxon to originate from the Persic word "Sak" which means "dog." Let us not forget the Canaanites and this word is akin to the Latin 'Canis' or Canine for dog.

Ezekiel 16:3 – “And say, Thus said the Lord GOD to Jerusalem; Your birth and your nativity is of the land of Canaan; your father was an Amorite, and your mother an Hittite.”
 Quoting: KnightsTemplar.TV

Are you sure about that ?

" Even though the word Qypchaq is not pronounced the same in all Turkic languages, however it has the same meaning. The word kypchak etymologically belongs to the Turkic language and consists of two vowels ku and chak . The word ku in the first vowel means blond and fair-skin and it sounds as kub or kuba among the northern Turkic nations. The second vowel chak (or sak as in the ancient sources. It should not be confused with the Persian word sak which means dog in English as Persian language belongs to the Indo-European language family) is also a Turkic word which may be equalized with the suffix cha that means fondling word little in English or chik in Russian. "

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