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Re: Rial Name Definition
Posted by: Sharon Campbell Date: May 16, 2001 at 14:57:21
In Reply to: Re: Rial Name Definition by Albino Rial Cortizo of 283

Thank you for your interesting information. In this case, Rial is a spelling variation of the surname Ryle. Which has been used as a first name also. Other variations are Ryal, Ryall, Riall. This surname is from Cheshire England.

I think there is a piece of money called a rial. I can't remember the country where it's used. It's a good thing to have the opportunity to learn new things. Thank you again.


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