Definition of Patronymic. Meaning of Patronymic. Synonyms of Patronymic

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Definition of Patronymic

Patronymic
Patronymic Pa`tro*nym"ic, a. [L. patronymicus, Gr. ?; ? father + ? name: cf. F. patronymique.] Derived from ancestors; as, a patronymic denomination.

Meaning of Patronymic from wikipedia

- A patronymic, or patronym, is a component of a personal name based on the given name of one's father, grandfather (avonymic), or an earlier male ancestor...
- A patronymic or patronym is a component of a personal name based on the given name of a male ancestor. Patronymic may also refer to: Patronymic suffix...
- A patronymic surname is a surname originated from the given name of the father or a patrilineal ancestor. Different cultures have different ways of producing...
- customs are the traditional way of identifying a person's given name and patronymic name in countries formerly part of the Russian Empire or the Soviet Union...
- different from most other naming systems in the modern Western world by being patronymic or occasionally matronymic: they indicate the father (or mother) of the...
- surname as a patronymic, normally a Spanish patronymic (i.e. from the Castilian language) or more unusually a Basque language patronymic, followed by...
- the patronymic suffixes include: -son, -sen, -fen, -søn, -ler, -zen, -zon/zoon, and -ssøn . The most common Danish family name surnames are patronymic and...
- Basque Country. They can be divided into two main types, patronymic and non-patronymic. The patronymics such as Aluariz (probably Alvariz, child of Alvar, as...
- onwards. Until then, the Welsh had a patronymic naming system. In 1292, 48 per cent of Welsh names were patronymics, and in some parishes over 70 per cent...
- Nineteen of the twenty most common Danish surnames as of 1 January 2016 are patronymic ending in Norse -sen ("son of"), the only exception being Møller (Miller)...
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