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Re: MLADIC, SALMIC surnames
Posted by: Robert Jerin (ID *****8097) Date: May 20, 2002 at 12:51:35
In Reply to: MLADIC, SALMIC surnames by Becky Morales of 704

Hello Becky,

Are sayiing that your family is from Croatia or Bosnia? Do you have some specific person that you are researching in those places? Are you saying that the listing for Bozo (derived from Bog meaning God) is related even though he listed himself as a Hercegovinian and came from Foca, Bosnia?

What do you mean by orgins? Do you mean where did the first ones with these names originate? Or do you mean what is the meaning of the names? Don't know the answer to the first question. The name MLADIC is most likely derived from either mlad meaning young or the male given name Mladen. The IC ending in Slavic names is a diminutive form and means the son of.

Robert Jerin
Croatian Heritage Museum
Cleveland, Ohio
http://www.croatia-in-english.com/rj/index.html



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