Similar words: patron, patronage, patronize, patrol, antonym, anonymous, matrimony, irony. Meaning: ['pætrə'nɪmɪk] n. a family name derived from name of your father or a paternal ancestor (especially with an affix (such as -son in English or O'- in Irish) added to the name of your father or a paternal ancestor). adj. of a patronymic name.
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1, No one calls you by your patronymic ?
2, A person's patronymic consists of his or her father's first name accompanied by a suffix meaning "son of" or daughter of.
3, In addition, the genealogies based on the patronymic linkage naming system have become the cherish material for those who are engaged in national study.
4, As a kind of historical memory, the patronymic linkage naming system is very universal in Tibeto - burmans.
5, Back then we didn't lose our satellites, and look at what's happening now, " said Galina Sergeyevna, 73, who gave only her name and patronymic, referring to space program setbacks."
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