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When bynames became regularly hereditary around the 15th century, women's names over time were largely superseded by men's--but not so much by the advent of hereditary naming as by the stricter customs surrounding whose names got passed down and whose names survived marriage.
Zhu Yi, whose byname was Zhongqing, was a native of Shu county, Lujiang commandery.
Soos blyk uit die voorafgaande bespreking, verander die kinderhuis in talle opsigte vanuit Vaseline se perspektief van 'n liminale ruimte ("set apart") met inherent liminale eienskappe, na 'n plek, 'n tuiste (hoe gebrekkig ook al), 'n landskap van behoort te midde van ander met byname en onsekerhede soos sy.
I do not know its personal name, so I impose on it the byname 'Dao'" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Xue Hua is Xue Shenghua [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], byname Xue Yao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (fl.
419, byname Zusi) to be the heir-designate's mentor.
That said, he examines such aspects of medieval personal names in the region as patronyms and metronyms with -son, The North as a mosaic, occupational bynames, topographies, and early-modern comparisons.