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List of family name affixes

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Generally the last name removing the “aj” suffix is the name of the originator of the family before last names were used dating 300 years ...

Surname prefixes and suffixes by ethnicity. [Archive] - The ...

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I saw a list going somewhere and I wanted to know what are some other distinctive surname prefixes and suffixes that give away one's ethnic ...

How to Use Jr, Sr, II, III, etc. (with Cartoons) | The German-American ...

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Oct 20, 2013 ... Rule #2: In Order to Use Suffixes, Names Must be EXACTLY the Same ... same ( first name, any and all middle names or lack thereof, and last ...

Jr., Sr., III : If names are listed last name first and first name last, after ...

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Q. If names are listed last name first and first name last, after which name does the suffix (Jr., Sr., III, etc.) follow? How is this formatted? A. Commas, even when ...

German Surnames – Their Meaning & Origin

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It was not a first name, or a last name, it was just a "name". ... There are various suffixes (or root endings) of interest, which earlier were of considerable ...

German Surname Origin & Last Name Meaning - Ancestor Search

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Common German Surnames and their surname origins and last name meanings. Germany ... Suffixes which can indicate a German occupational name are:.

name standards - Departments - Weber State University

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Use the legal spelling and format of the last name. Enter as ... Do NOT use prefixes and suffixes in the last name field. (i.e., Dr, Mr ...

Suffixes in surnames - Dutch Genealogy

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Aug 11, 2005 ... Some areas use suffixes that are typical of that region. Knowing about the suffixes in Dutch family names can help you in trying to find out in ...

Shitler's List - Jewish surnames, last names, and first names

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You might be able to discern from this (even without the obvious "-witz" suffix) that Wolfowitz is a Jewish name. There are only a handful of matches for "Perle" on ...

Changing my surname - suffixes and spellings? | Baby Name Wizard

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I've always loved looking up names - I guess I too have a fixation with them - so it was great to find this site! i go through periods of wanting to ...

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Surnames-endings - PolishRoots

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We also see these suffixes added to names without -ski, so that Jan means "John " and Janów ... These processes are very common in Polish surname formation.

Why do most Russian last names end with 'ev', 'ov', 'sky' - Quora

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Why do most Russian last names end with "ev", "ov", "sky", or "in"? Are there other ... SKY (also SKOY, SKAYA For females) is more of an adjective suffix.

suffixes - Where do you put the suffix when listing the last name first ...

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Jun 17, 2013 ... When listing names with the last name first, where should you put the suffix if there is one present? For example, if given the name John Doe Jr.