A great story about the true etymology of "nachos." And, the Nietzsche Family Circus, which "pairs a randomized Family Circus cartoon with a randomized Friedrich Nietzsche quote."
(Hat tip to Paul Hsieh, twice: For nachos via GeekPress, and for Nietzsche via NoodleFood.)
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Ignatia and Ignatz stem from Latin ignatus = in 'not' + natus, gnatus 'born.'
However, the literal meaning of the elements must be added to, since the adjective did not mean 'not born' but 'low-born, of humble birth.' And so when Ignatius came to be a male given name in postclassical Latin, its humility made it an apt one for early Christians. There was also a Roman family name, a variant of Ignatius, Egnatius. [I take note that there are other proposed etymologies, ys].