I decided to do some research behind this “Craig” character before I agreed to give him my sister’s hand in marriage. I think everyone will be interested to see what my research has exposed:
The name Craig is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is “rock, rocky“. Comes from the word “crag“. Also originally a Scottish surname. The name is now popular in the English-speaking world.
All I know is that when we played backyard football, the last word(s) I would use to describe Craig is Rock or Rocky…more like Jello or Jello-ee or soft or softy. Not rock or rocky.
Kyle = Rock. Craig = Pudding.
Unfortunately, there is more:
The name Schluterman derived from the Middle Low German term “Schlutter” meaning “doorkeeper” It is supposed that the name was originally occupational for the keeper of supplies of a large household (or a single-wide mobile home).
Just one further point: Hasn’t he (Craig) always told us that he is studying to be a vet? Kerrin, how many years is the Carnegie-Mellon Masters program in Doorkeeping? is that a 6 or 8 year program?
I think we have all learned some valuable lessons here.
You can thank me later Lauren. Phew, that was a close one.