Talk:Guye von Überwald
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Guye (Ruston) and Angua (Delphine) are both called by both names at times. When the Baron first enters the house as a wolf in The Fifth Elephant, the Baroness calls him Guye, but as soon as he changes she refers to him as Ruston. Her family often calls Angua "Delphine", but no one uses that for the Watch sergeant. Are the double names actually one for human and one for wolf?
Elsewhere we hear that they have more wolfish-sounding names for the wolf form, Yellowfang and the like. --Old Dickens 17:20, 20 December 2008 (UTC)