I don't trouble myself, you see, to invest fictitious family names
I like the fact we chose a family name
but when we shorten it she becomes Beth.
Is it compulsory for my family name
to be on the name badge?
Before World War I, the family name
of the English royal family was "Saxe Coburg Gotha" indicating their Germanic origin.
The Israelis did not recognize this undisputed truth and insisted that the family name
of the mother did not match up with the prisoner's name," said Amani Srahna, an official at the Palestinian Prisoner Club told Gulf News.
I read that this word in Hebrew means 'God's Gift', which is also the meaning of the Arab family name
'Atallah, found in many Arab countries.
When you were born, you inherited an heirloom - your family name
, first given to an ancestor up to 1,000 years ago.
IT SEEMS G Bryant shares the Sutton Cold-field Conservatives' infantile amusement in mocking my family name
('What a lot of Poppycock', Letters, May 20).
Islam allows a family to give an orphan everything from financial support and care, all but the family name
," said Sheikh Saber Taalab, former member of the Islamic Research Center.
It can get complicated if the original business name includes the family surname, and the departing relatives also intend to use the family name
A family name
that earns him pounds 249,000-a-year Parliamentary Annuity, a 30bedroom mansion in Windsor Great Park, and an estimated private wealth of pounds 13million, enabling him to fork out pounds 200,000 last month on a Bentley that does 10 miles to the gallon, bearing the personalised number plate DOY.
His family name
was Scotto, and was not Italian, but of Scottish origin, Villalonga added.