"Where did the "Miss" come from?" asked Charles Cowdrick in the "+Solis
Maestro Conical Burr Mill" thread.
Miss Téa comes from Italy. She is pretty and she is good friend of many
Sweet Maria's coffees.
Tea is one of the seven most common Italian female names starting with "T":
Tea, Teodora, Teresa, Teresina, Tiziana, Tommasina, Tullia (see, for
example,http://www.eponym.org/italian.html)The name Tea is not pronounced as the "tea" you drink, but phonetically (the
Italian way) and sounds like "TAY-uh".
One of the American Teas you might know is Elizabeth Téa Pantaleoni who
played Nora Wilde in TV Series The Naked Truth (1995) under her artistic
name Téa Leoni. That Téa has several Web pages, too, for examplehttp://leonionline.com/news.htmCheers, Lubos
Why are most ships and boats called "she"?
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