I don't know if you are still working on your paper. If so, this might be of interest
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OK, Edwin, here is my two-cents worth: "Eistein" was a common Norse name, and I do not believe it translates to Hugh/Uisdean, despite the similarity of pronunciation of the latter. "Eistean", which is a fairly recent spelling, is, I believe a Gaelic corruption/back-spelling. With regard to pronuncia...