Translation of patronymic in Spanish:

patronymic

patronímico, n.

Pronunciation /ˌpætrəˈnɪmɪk//patrəˈnɪmɪk/

noun

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    patronímico masculine
    • As the daughter's patronymic appears immediately after her name, so the same patronymic should also appear in column III immediately after her mother's name, here as husband.
    • Her patronymic should follow in the next two lines, consisting of her father's gentilicium and Greek cognomen.
    • Thus, everyone has a patronymic, or father's name.
    • The memory trick of naming individuals by patronymics, or ‘sloinneadh’ in Gaelic, is the centuries-old system of placing an individual within an extended family system.
    • Adult acquaintances and casual friends usually talk to each other using the first name combined with the patronymic.
    • Addressing someone formally also entails using the person's full name and patronymic.
    • Although a government decree in 1856 ended patronymics, some 60 percent of all present day Danish names end in ‘sen’ with Jensen and Nielsen being the most common.
    • However, she later explains that Adriaen did not use the patronymic.
    • In the novel we do not learn Luzhin's patronymic until the last sentences.
    • They were always smart and neatly dressed, and always called each other - in public - by their first name and patronymic.
    • I'm now 99% sure I have at least one of the patronymics wrong, so again, I solicit advice on them.
    • It is interesting that their usual surnames are all patronymics or matronymics, rather than the locatives that would be more likely were any of the four from immigrant families.
    • Iceland also upholds another Norse tradition - using patronymics rather than surnames.
    • A Russian system of patronymics is still widely used.
    • Probably more significant is the fact that Brown was one of the many neutral names adopted by clansmen who wanted to be rid of their politically incorrect Gaelic patronymics.
    • Documents dating between 1521 and 1524 attest that he had assumed the cognomen Lieto, the Italian version of Laetus, substituting this for his actual patronymic, Allegri.
    • Explaining patronymics to a four year old is always a difficult thing.
    • She replied addressing him Russian style using his patronymic.
    • Xhosa speakers are patrilineal and have patronymic clans, but neither clans nor lineages have any ‘on the ground’ existence.