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National names

Updated on December 27, 2019
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Premina Parker, is a parenting advisor. She is the author, most recently, parenting blog called Genbabycarrier. Her work has helped Time

Every nation or individual ethnos has names that have become a tradition. Not only the names themselves can differ but also the systems of their assignment or noun formulas. Although there are only two main language models: eastern and western, the Western form implies the traditional notation of the name, where the personal name comes first, and the last name comes second. In this case, by name, and sometimes by name, you can distinguish the gender of its owner.

In some countries, you can use two last names, and it is customary to indicate a middle name or one or more middle names. In the times of the Roman Empire, names could include not only a personal name but also many elements that indicated the degree of nobility or the level of tribal relations.

The eastern form is distinguished by the fact that the surname is put first in front of the name. If the full name includes the middle name, then it follows immediately after the last name, the personal name locates at the end.

In modern countries, such as Japan, the eastern form of naming is often replaced by the western. In Russian, the eastern form of naming is used as a bureaucratic address. However, it is commonly used in official and everyday life.

Sometimes the western and east types are used together, for example, in Russia and Russian-speaking countries (Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, etc.). Very often, the name or surname of a person may not coincide with his nationality or linguistic affiliation. So, for example, it may turn out that on behalf of Ivan with a Hebrew origin, numerous surnames formed (Ivakin, Ivashkin, Vankin, etc.), which in turn are used by other nationalities. From this example, it is clear that it is essential not what language the name came from, but in which language it is used.

Thanks to close communication and interaction between different nations, it is sometimes impossible to trace the origin and significance of a name. This name is because the word from which the name came may have a different translation in different languages. Therefore, some names may have several interpretations depending on the style from which it could have occurred.

Searches for the origin of names and surnames are often involved by the numerous mistakes that happened during registration. Often the cause of such errors was poor diction of people who dictate their names or hearing mistakes in those who record.

Nowadays, such errors are also frequently encountered when, due to an incorrectly spelled letter in a name, a person becomes an entirely different person from the law. Many states have several nationalities in their composition. The presence of shared ideology and culture achieve their national unity. Different nationalities have equal rights and duties in a natural state. They are united by a familiar territory, economy, and state policy.

In any country, some foreign citizens live and work here. And the multinational people live here, so the names encountered are very diverse.


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