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Re: Romanian naming procedures
Posted by: Cezar Date: December 20, 2001 at 04:35:00
In Reply to: Romanian naming procedures by D. Markham of 4366

The termination is actually "ic" only. The "v" comes from "ov" or "ev". Both sufix mean something like "the son of..". Like "son" in Johnson.
In Romania the most usually one is "escu". Also in Bucovian you can find "iuc", which comes from Ukrainian.


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