1 edition of The Miasnik Family Name and Its Sundry Variations found in the catalog.
The Miasnik Family Name and Its Sundry Variations
Christipher S. Miasnik
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This volume, and Volume II of Cassandra's Account, seem to have passed to the Kearney family sometime in the 2nd half of the 18th century and to a Miss Kearney, daughter of John Kearney, Esq. of King Street, Oxmantown, who married the Hon.
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Eliot Fisher, who also led the study, said. Many have tapped into the humor and neuroses of this subject (see Michael Chabon’s book above for a more recent example), but Nick Hornby created the blueprint for all later variations. Funnily enough, whilst reading the book I did consider one about my name, the many names I’m known by, my frustration about how often my name is misspelt/mispronounced.
It’s a post I may very well write and thank you so much for the suggestion.😀 Funnily enough, a blogger new to me has written just such a post and it is up today. This is one of the three books that feeds my obsession with names, however don't entirely trust what the meaning of the names given in the book, I've read some reviews saying that some of the meanings behind the names are incorrect, so only read the names and their variations, skip over the meanings, however, if your looking for a book or names, I'd probably recommend this one/5(16).
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The Book surname comes from someone having lived in a place noted for the presence of a ridge that formed a boundary between two distinct areas. It comes from a variant of the word boak or balk, of the same meaning.
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