Kokiais asmenvardžiais XVI a. viduryje vadino Gardino pavieto vyrus bajorus

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Kokiais asmenvardžiais XVI a. viduryje vadino Gardino pavieto vyrus bajorus
Alternative Title:
Anthroponyms used to name noblemen living in Grodno district in the middle of the 16th century
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Terra Jatwezenorum [Jotvingių kraštas: jotvingių krašto istorijos paveldo metraštis.]. 2016, 8, 1, p. 52-59, 276, 291-292
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Antroponimai; Asmenvardis; Bajorai; Gardino pavietas; Kilmė; Moterų vardai; Oikonimai; Patronimas; Pavardė; Vyrų vardai; Šaltiniai
Anthroponyms; Female personal names; Grodno District; Male personal names; Noblemen; Oikonyms; Origin; Patronym; Personal name; Sources; Surname
Summary / Abstract:

ENIn the middle of the 16th century, the old system of naming the male "name + patronym" went out of use and the process of forming the first surnames began. The clear case is Олехновиъ. The surname appears in the records of both the father and the son. On the basis of the circumstantial evidence, the following names can also be considered surnames: Ейсимонтовичъ (not in all cases), Ейсимонтъ, Билминовичъ, Кгинюшовичъ, Евнюлевичъ (Явнюлевичъ), CrapnewKO. In the case of eight female personal names the author found anthroponyms similar to the female surnames, formed from the second or third anthroponym of the spouse. Currently used naming system "name + surname" was not yet formed at that time. In the register of the boyars of Grodno district, there are eight oikonyms of the Baltic origin, including oikonym of the Yotvingian origin Ятвезка. Other oikonyms are presumably of the Lithuanian origin. There are 69 people registered under 15 different Baltic anthroponyms of the Lithuanian and Christian origins. [From the publication]

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