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Patronymic, first attested in English in 1612, has a more complex history.Both Greek words had entered Latin, and, from Latin, French.Patronymic naming is very common in parts of Mozambique.Although the practice is not universal, patronymic naming has been documented in the Zambezia province.The English form patronymic was borrowed through the mutual influence of French and Latin on English.

Examples of such transformations include common English surnames such as Johnson (son of John).In Western societies that include people of various cultural and ethnic backgrounds, online dating reflects in-group preferences.Dating sites for Latinos, Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Blacks, Indians, Jews, Arabs etc.Kalenjin use 'arap' meaning 'son of'; Kikuyu used 'wa' meaning 'of'.Because of polygamy, matronyms were also used and 'wa' used to identify which wife the child was born of; Maasai use 'ole' meaning 'son of'; Meru use 'mto' abbreviated M' thus son of Mkindia would be M'Mkindia, pronounced Mto Mkindia.

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