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  • Chinese compound surname — A Chinese compound surname is a Chinese surname using more than one character. Many of these surnames derive from noble and official titles, professions, place names and other areas, to serve for a purpose. Some are originally non Han, while… …   Wikipedia

  • Chinese surname — Chinese family names have been historically used by Han Chinese and Sinicized Chinese ethnic groups in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and among overseas Chinese communities. In ancient times two types of surnames, family names (Chinese: 姓;… …   Wikipedia

  • Tan (surname) — This article is about the Chinese surname 譚 , which is pronunced as Tán in Mandarin Chinese.Is Taam in Cantonese Phonetic, 譚 in English is Tam in Canton and Hong Kong. For another Chinese surname 陳 that is pronunced as Tân in Min Nan Chinese, see …   Wikipedia

  • Dongfang (surname) — Dongfang (Chinese: 东方; pinyin: Dōngfāng; literally the east ) is a Chinese compound surname. Dongfang has two points of origin. One branch is said to be descended from the Fuxi clan, which originated in the east; the other is said to be descended …   Wikipedia

  • Fowler (surname) — Fowler is an English and/or Irish surname with a linguistic origin in the Old English fugelere , indicative of a person occupied as a bird catcher.cite book last=Seary | first=E. R. | coauthors=Sheila M. P. Lynch | title=Family Names of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Grover (surname) — Grover is a surname found with people in India as well as with English language speaking people. The two names however are distinct in formation and share no common origins. In India Grover, ( hi. ग्रोवर), is a name in common use by the… …   Wikipedia

  • Pant (surname) — Pant or Panta is part of a compound of North Indian or Nepalese surnames of people with a Hindu Brahmin background. The Pant surname is taken from pandit and was coined in Maharashtra in a very early time.People with Pant in their surname belong… …   Wikipedia

  • Coker (surname) — For other uses, see Coker. Coker is a surname shared by several notable people, including: Major James Lide Coker (1837–1913; b. and d. South Carolina, United States), founder of Sonoco Products Company and Coker College William Chambers Coker… …   Wikipedia

  • Janssen (surname) — Janssen may refer to:* Zacharias Janssen (1580–1638), a Dutch spectacle maker; invented a compound microscope. * Johannes Janssen (1829–1891), German historian. * Pierre Jules César Janssen (1824–1907), French astronomer. * Saint Arnold Janssen… …   Wikipedia

  • Aas (surname) — Aas or Ås may refer to:*Berit Ås (born 1928), Norwegian politician *Einar Jan Aas (born 1955), Norwegian footballer *Karl Aas (1899–1943), Norwegian gymnast *Nils Aas (1933–2004), Norwegian sculptor *Per Almar Aas (born 1929), Norwegian… …   Wikipedia

  • Chinese name — Personal names in Chinese culture follow a number of conventions different from those of personal names in Western cultures. Most noticeably, a Chinese name is written with the family name first and the given name next, therefore John Paul Smith… …   Wikipedia


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