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The article states "There is also some confusion regarding which nut tree she became, as hazelnuts were long called nux Phyllidos, and are still sometimes called "filberts" today." The implication that filbert somehow derives from Phyllis is wrong from all etymologies I can find. In fact it's named after St. Philibert whose feast (Aug 20th) is the date when filberts are ripe. Here's Merriam Webster's etymology which concurs with the others I've found: "Middle English, from Anglo-French philber, from St. Philibert 684 Frankish abbot whose feast day falls in the nutting season. First Known Use: 14th century" 1typesetter (talk) 21:56, 22 October 2014 (UTC)