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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_family_name_affixes

It is likely that its ancient form, still found in MM, was an [i] in front of the last name, as in 'Déda i Lékajve' (Déd of Lekës). For ease of use, the [i] in front of the last name, and the ending _ve, were dropped. If the last name ends in [a], then removing the [j] would give the name of the patriarch or the ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slavic_name_suffixes

A Slavic name suffix is a common way of forming patronymics, family names, and pet names in the Slavic languages Many, if not most, Slavic last names are formed by adding possessive and other suffixes to given names and other words. Most Slavic surnames have suffixes which are found in varying degrees over the  ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surnames_by_country

In Norway, for instance, there is an abundance of surnames based on coastal geography, with suffixes like -strand, -øy, -holm, -vik, -fjord or -nes. Like the names derived from farms, most of these family names reflected the family's place of residence at the time the family name was "fixed", however. A family name such as ...

www.dutchgenealogy.nl/suffixes-in-surnames

Aug 11, 2005 ... Different regions in the Netherlands have different customs. This applies to Dutch surnames as well as to many other traditions. 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 which province to look for your ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suffix_(name)

The term "junior" is correctly used only if a child's first, middle, and last names are identical to his or her parent's names. When the suffixes are spelled out in full, they are always written with the first letter in lower case. Social name suffixes are far more frequently applied to men than to women (due to the common practice of  ...

www.theapricity.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-26571.html

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 origin. The examples that come to my mind first: Irish; O'- and Mc- Armenian; -ian or -yan Greek; -akis, -idis, -opoulos As far as Portuguese and Spanish names go, ...

support.mackiev.com/635195-Entering-name-suffixes-for-a-person-in-Family-Tree-Maker

Mar 16, 2016 ... Name suffixes (such as Sr., Jr., III, etc.) for individuals in your tree are best entered after the last name for the person. Family Tree Maker will automatically detect the suffix and list the person properly. Example 1 - When entering a new person in the People workspace, simply add your suffix in the Name field.

schmidtgen.com/wordpress/2013/10/20/how-to-use-jr-sr-ii-iii-etc-with-cartoons

Oct 20, 2013 ... Unless the full name of two related individuals is entirely, exactly the same (first name, any and all middle names or lack thereof, and last name), then they cannot correctly use suffixes. Though the New England blueblood Beavis Winston Purple would like to use suffixes with his and his son's name, in order ...

www.jatland.com/home/List_of_family_name_Suffixes

Nov 22, 2015 ... Family name Suffixes are a clue for family name etymology and can sometimes determine the ethnic origin of a person. This is a partial list of Suffixes. Contents: Top · 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ...