My friends knowHow to Know the Presence of the Holy Spirit?. Read more ... » that my surname is AREVALOTuloy Po Kayo! (Welcome!). Read more ... ». I am just curious where it came from or should I say what’s the legend of Arevalo.
I have been researching about my surname since I believeHeaven or UFO?: The Liberating Words of Jesus. Read more ... » every nameHeaven or UFO?: The Liberating Words of Jesus. Read more ... » has meaning like the names in the BibleThe King Who Authorized KJV Bible Was a Freemason. Read more ... ». Wikepedia gives me an idea about Arevalo. The online encyclopedia says that “Arévalo is a municipality in Spain, it is situated in the province of Ávila and is part of the autonomous community of Castilla and León. The name came from Celtic word arevalon, meaning ‘placeThe Judge-King Favors the Least: The Undocumented Aliens, etc.. Read more ... » near the wall.'”
What a nice meaning, “a place near the wall.” The House of Names mentions that Arevalo has different spelling variations: Arevale, Arevala, Arebbalo, etc.
The HouseHeaven or UFO?: The Liberating Words of Jesus. Read more ... » of Names says that Arevalo was a powerful ChristianHow to Ascertain God's Will?. Read more ... » kingdom“It is Finished!”. Read more ... » of medieval Spain. Evidence shows that Arevalo was used as surname of people from Avila, Soria, and Northern Spain. Records mentioned that in 750 AD Arevalo was conquest by a knight named Fernan Martinez de Montalvo who thereafter took the surname Arevalo.
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City and castle of Arévalo as seen from the Madrid-Norte railroad.It is one of the cities of Castilla with a high amount of monuments of the Romanic-MudéjarWhat is Life?. Read more ... » style (Wikipedia)