Rose Linda Thomas (b. 1984) was the eldest daughter and child of Clarence and Olivia Thomas, the younger half-sister of Dean Thomas, the older sister of Lily, Jasmine, and Oliver Thomas, and the half-aunt of Maranna and Maretta, and Allyson Thomas.
Rose had dark hair and skin, lighter than those of her mother and half-brother. Her honey brown eyes are inherited from her mother.
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Rose was raised by her mother to be extremely unprejudiced. She is mixed race, and she has an easy-going attitude. She is very welcoming and kind.
Jasmine Thomas Editar
- Rose is a popular given name, it originally was a Norman form of a German name Hrodheid, composed of the words Hrod (Bright/Flame) and Heid (Kind). It was originally spelt (by the Normans) Roese or Rohese. It fell out of use during the Middle Ages but was revived during the 19th Century although regarded as being a flower name. Because of the shift in meaning it is now regarded as a girl's name. The name Ruskin (Rose + Kin) is derived from Rose.
- Linda is a female given name. The name might be derived from the same root as the linden tree, from Germanic lind meaning "soft, tender" ultimately from a Celtic root. The image of the tree is used to indicate a gentle personality. It may also come from the neo Latin language (Italian, Spanish or Portuguese) word linda, which is the feminine form of lindo, meaning "beautiful, pretty, cute" or "cleaned" (Spanish). In some languages, such as German, the name is frequently used in combination with another name, using the suffix "-linde", for example in Sieglinde or Heidelinde. Lynda is a common variant spelling of the name in English. Among other names in use in English speaking countries that include the -linda suffix are Melinda, Belinda, Celinda, Rosalinda and Mirlinda.
- Thomas is a common surname used in English, French, German, Dutch, Danish, and southern India (Nasrani). It derives from the medieval personal name, of Biblical origin, from Aramaic t’om’a, a byname meaning ‘twin’. It was borne by one of the disciples of Christ, best known for his scepticism about Christ's resurrection (John 20:24–29). The th- spelling is organic, the initial letter of the name in the Greek New Testament being a theta. The English pronunciation as t rather than th- is the result of French influence from an early date. In Britain the surname is widely distributed throughout the country, but especially common in Wales and Cornwall. Thomas is the ninth most common surname in the United Kingdom.