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ORIGIN AND HISTORY
FORM STRESS AND DECLENSION
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adjectival surnames adjectives Arab Armenian baptismal name century Church Slavonic clergy-name compound consonant Czech declension derive from occupational derived from baptismal derived from diminutive derived from names derived from nicknames diminutive form double-barrelled surnames ending ov enko etymology Examples of surnames Fedor Finnic following surnames Foma full form genitive gentry genuine Russian Germ German Greek Ivan Jewish Lithuanian metronymic surnames Michail morphological Moscow nikov number of surnames occupational names occur Old Church Slavonic Old Russian ovj-ev patronymic patronymic suffix penultimate Petr Petr6v syn Petrov phonetic place-name Polish surnames Polonized princely pseudonym rare Russian Empire Russian onomastics Russian spelling Russianized form semantic skij skijj-ckij stress suffix suffixless Surnames derived surnames end surnames formed surnames in ov surnames in ovj-ev syllable Tatar Turkic origin type of surname Ukraine Ukrainian and White Ukrainian surnames unstressed usually Velvet Book vowel White Russian origin White Russian surnames Yiddish