Kaip XVII a. viduryje vadino Gardino pavieto vyrus bajorus

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Kaip XVII a. viduryje vadino Gardino pavieto vyrus bajorus
Alternative Title:
Names of noblemen in Grodno district in the middle of the 17th century
In the Journal:
Terra Jatwezenorum [Jotvingių kraštas: jotvingių krašto istorijos paveldo metraštis.]. 2015, 7, p. 39-53, 537-538, 562-563
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Antroponimas; Asmenų įvardijimas XVII a. LDK; Bajoras; Gardino pavieto asmenų vardynas; Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė; Lietuvos Didžiosios Kunigaištystės asmenvardžiai; Patronimas; Pavardė; Vardas
Anthroponym; Grand Duchy of Lithuania; Name; Noblemen; Patronym; Surname; The names of the noblemans of the province of Grodno; The names of the persons of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania; The naming of persons in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Summary / Abstract:

ENThe article analyses the names of noblemen from Grodno district, called up for military service in the army of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1567. There is one proved case that a man had a surname. It is possible that there were more surnames (inherited anthroponyms) at that time, but now there is no evidence of this. It is assumed that every male anthroponym, which is not a name, is a potential surname. Personal naming system was not yet systematized. There were 1-3 potential surnames in the list of male personal names. There were three types of male naming: names without the use of potential surnames, names with only potential surnames, mixed names. The description of the names of noblemen in Grodno district shows that surnames were created using patronyms (father's name or the name of one's father's father), derivatives of suffix -ov (usually created from personal names without suffixes, father's name or patronyms), anthroponyms with -sk-, or anthroponyms without suffixes. Common names, explaining the meaning of anthroponyms, rarely occurred in the system of male surnames. It was possible to determine the origin of a person, his position held, nationality, family affinities and age on the basis of anthroponyms. The number of anthroponyms in the male naming ranged from 1 to 4. When the same person was registered the second or third time the shorter version of his surname was used and the village where the person had an estate was mentioned. The article presents quotes of the document dated 1567. [From the publication]

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