When a student came to my office to introduce himself as Roy King, my onomastic perception quotient was immediately activated; I realized that what I had here was a prime example of an onomastic tautology. For the cognoscenti, further explanation of this is probably not necessary, but as I often find myself in the rands of the incognoscenti, let me explain that even though the words have different linguistic origins, they denote the same idea and have the same meaning. (Roy is French or Anglo-American for "King.")
Bernard, Thomas L.
"Who's That Again?,"
Word Ways: Vol. 29
, Article 24.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol29/iss3/24