Matronymic
A matronymic is a personal name based on the name of one's mother, grandmother, or any female ancestor. It is the female equivalent of a patronymic. In patriarchal societies, matronymic surnames are f...
Malkowitz
Malkowitz may refer to:
Malkin
Malkin as a surname may refer to:
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Rifkind
Rifkind may refer to:
Gnesin
Gnesin, or Gnessin is a Jewish Russian surname:
Zeitlin
Zeitlin (Yiddish: צייטלין) is a matronymic Jewish surname. It is derived from the female name Zeitl according to the rules of Slavic languages, with the possessive suffix '-in' and literally means...
Feig
Feig:
Zeldin
Zeldin is an eastern Ashkenazic matronymic surname derived from the combination of the Yiddish female personal name Zelde (from the Middle High German word sælde meaning either ‘fortunate’, ‘blessed’,...
Dworkin
Dworkin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Galkin
Galkin (Russian: Галкин), or Galkina feminine; Галкина, is a Russian surname. It derived from Galka (Russian: галка, jackdaw) and may refer to the following people:
Rifkin
Rifkin (or Rivkin) is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:RifkinRivkin
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Feigin
Feigin (Feygin, Feigins) is a Jewish surname. It origins from a Yiddish female name Feig, Feige, Feiga (verbatim translation of the Hebrew name Leah). It may refer to:
Dvorkin
Dvorkin (Russian: Дворкин) is a Russian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Malkovich
Malkovich (Ukrainian: Малкович) is a family name of Slavic origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Malkovich - Wikipedia
List of people who adopted matronymic surnames
This is a list of notable people who have changed, adopted or adjusted their surnames based on a mother's or grandmother's maiden name. Included are people who changed their legal names and people who...
Rokhlin
Rokhlin may refer to
Sorkin
Sorkin (Russian: Соркин) may refer to: