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Image: Shutterstock A picturesque European nation, Finland boasts of some interesting and unique surnames. Some of the Finnish surnames are ethnic, while others may have a toponymic, patronymic, or occupational origin. Many Finnish surnames also serve as ornamental or adopted surnames. List Of Common Finnish Surnames Or Last Names 1. Aalto The surname Aalto has
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Image: Shutterstock Bengali surnames often have interesting legends behind their origin. For instance, some popular surnames are considered a title given by a king, while some others indicate a lineage to an ancient clan. There are surnames that suggest an occupation or are indicative of a location, thus toponymic.   List Of Common Bengali Surnames
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE The Kumbh Rashi is the eleventh zodiac sign in Vedic astrology. It is represented by the symbol of a water-bearer, and corresponds to the Aquarius zodiac sign of western astrology. As per Vedic astrology, babies under Kumbh Rashi ideally have their names starting with the sounds “G,” “S,” or “Sh.”
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Image: Shutterstock The culturally rich Western Indian state of Gujarat has given the world some lip-smacking delicacies, dance moves, and popular surnames.  Gujarati surnames and last names come with varying backgrounds— occupational, toponymic, and ethnic. If Gujarati surnames fascinate you, then read on as MomJunction brings you a list of 50 most common and popular
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Image: Shutterstock The Swiss surnames or last names mostly have an occupational origin, representing the profession of an individual. But some surnames are toponymic, referring to one’s geographical origin while some denote a person’s social status. It is also common to see surnames, which are shorter forms of personal names. Swiss surnames thus have an
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100 Common Scottish Surnames Or Last Names With Meanings Image: Shutterstock 100 Common Scottish Surnames Or Last Names With Meanings Studies suggest the occasional use of the Scottish surnames or last names started somewhere between the 10th and 12th centuries when the Normans introduced them in 1066. However, the more frequent use of Scottish surnames started
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100 Portuguese Surnames Or Last Names With Meanings Image: Shutter stock The Portuguese language is not just spoken in Portugal but is the official language of some countries located across South America and Africa. The Portuguese family names are thus not only famous among the inhabitants of Portugal, but also in Portuguese-speaking nations of Brazil,
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Image: Shutterstock Norway has a unique naming pattern. In ancient times, it consisted of three parts – given name, patronym, and address. But as society evolved, so did the Norwegian naming scheme to feature fixed surnames. Some of the most common surnames ended with ‘-sen,’ or ‘-son,’ ‘-datter’ or ‘-dotter,’ meaning ‘son of’ or ‘daughter
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