And I began to study the names with Slavic names.Slavic names and is not rare in the Russian language, I will present a few of them: Perun, Perun, Yarilin, Makosh, Svarogova, Triglav, Horse, Ladin and many others.The largest number of Slavic-Russian surnames derived from the nicknames given by a person, another part occurred after the Baptism of Russia in the end of the X century, and finally, the third part of the names took place after the abolition of serfdom in the 1861m year.
Let us examine each case individually.1. In Russia, there were no names were just names of their own, which were given at birth.But if you think logically, because there could be 10 and 20 Perunov Ivanov. ... And in this case, people were given names like nicknames ... Nickname is assigned to different aspects, whether the type of work a person, a person's character or appearance.Here is an example: Last Name Serov, was given to man for unsociable, anger in the nature, secrecy, the similarity of the nature of the gray wolf.I
hope everything is clear ... 2. Next, take the case of a second: The Baptism of Russia.This principle should not be difficult to understand.The principle was the same as before the X century, only the surname (nickname) was given to a person in baptism, as well as your middle name.3. But with the abolition of serfdom, the fun begins. ... All the peasants were attached to his master and to the inheritance (province, etc.) But when they were liberated from serfdom and who then went to work at the factory and farm. ...There is a problem: how do you keep track of everything ???It is necessary as they rewrite ???Convert. ... What could call himself a farmer ???Petya Ivanov, son, you've already understood the point ???Farmers were given the names of their fathers, or they simply called the name of his master. ... So there were noble families and the common people ... But in the end I left the most interesting, this idea excites and my mind ....The names were the privilege of the rich, but they are, when what is there?I'll tell you where: they gave ....You misunderstood, gave, gave a gift of a rich merchant, the boyars, nobles ....There are sources that indicate to whom and for what they were given.And they were given for services to the king and the government, such as the names of peacekeepers.Well thanks for the time spent on reading the article "History of the names' time.In the next article I will talk about the Scandinavian surnames, such as Ramberg.With you and the site was Vladimir www.onska.ru We get to the truth.
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