- n.姓 v.用姓称呼
- It's not a good habit to surname for others.
- And called and asked whether simon which was surnamed peter were lodged there.
- For instance: her surname "yao" also to the peach blossom related?
- You only have to glance at the credits on a hollywood movie to see the polysyllabic ethnic diversity of surnames in the great melting pot of the united states.
- The end result is the perdition of the surname gongsun and the isolation of gaogouli.
- Jones is a common surname.
- And when he had considered the thing he came to the house of mary the mother of john whose surname was mark; where many were gathered together praying.
- Used as a courtesy title in a german-speaking area prefixed to the surname or professional title of a man.
- The xuanzhen ancient hole depends on sierra "eight piece of mountains" the local villagers introduced at that time in the mountain village had eight to be surnamed everybody coexisted harmoniously names "eight pieces".
- Alexander was surnamed the great.
- "We find suitable surrogate mothers for clients serving as broker between them and introduce up-to-standard hospitals to carry out the artificial insemination if needed" said a division director surnamed xie with the self proclaimed pioneer online surrogacy agency www.aa69.com.
- Because you were married to a korean man surnamed kim
- I was mistakenly assumed to be a welshman because of my surname.
- In addition to the basic appellation shared by every people such as given name and surname the kazakhs also use the penname nickname pet name and the name of abbreciated form in the particular group and situation;
- The man surnamed huang is47years old and looks no different from the healthy people.