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=== Naming Customs ===
 
=== Naming Customs ===
  
*surname (or a family name) is used first, followed by the first or given name
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Surname (or a family name) is used first, followed by the given name
  
 
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This rule is also followed in Hungarian parish registers.
 
  
 
*there is usually just one given name
 
*there is usually just one given name
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*patronymics were usually not used
 
*patronymics were usually not used
  
*surnames were usually derived from common sources such as trades, qualities, ethnic origins, place names etc.
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This rule is also followed in Hungarian parish registers.
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Surnames were usually derived from common sources such as trades, qualities, ethnic origins, place names etc.
  
 
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*titles of nobility are put before the surnames
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Titles of nobility are put before the surnames
  
gróf NAGY János           Count John Nagy<br>
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| gróf NAGY János  
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| Count John Nagy  
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*the equivalent of Mrs. is the particle né (wife) which is added to a husband=s name.
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The equivalent of Mrs. is the particle né (wife) which is added to a husband's name.
  
NAGY Jánosné Mrs. John Nagy<br>
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*Names of Hungarian married women take on special forms.
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| NAGY Jánosné
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| Mrs. John Nagy  
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*names of Hungarian married women take on special forms.
 
*Klausenberger Ignáczné Bival Rosália means that Rosália Bival married a man named Ignácz Klausenberger.
 
*Klausenberger Ignáczné Bival Rosália means that Rosália Bival married a man named Ignácz Klausenberger.
 
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*the -né means wife of.
*The -né means wife of.
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Revision as of 20:11, 29 July 2008

Naming Customs

Surname (or a family name) is used first, followed by the given name

NAGY János John Nagy
KOVÁCS Mária Mary Smith
  • there is usually just one given name
  • surnames are generally a single names
  • patronymics were usually not used

This rule is also followed in Hungarian parish registers.

Surnames were usually derived from common sources such as trades, qualities, ethnic origins, place names etc.

SZABÓ Ferenc Frank Taylor
MOLNÁR Lajos Louis Miller
KIS Mihály Michael Little
FEHÉR Erzsébet Elizabeth White
TÖRÖK Katalin Catherine Turk

Titles of nobility are put before the surnames

gróf NAGY János Count John Nagy

The equivalent of Mrs. is the particle né (wife) which is added to a husband's name.

NAGY Jánosné Mrs. John Nagy
  • names of Hungarian married women take on special forms.
  • Klausenberger Ignáczné Bival Rosália means that Rosália Bival married a man named Ignácz Klausenberger.
  • the -né means wife of.