[ANSTHRLD] Question on a Hungarian Name
aumbob at yahoo.com
Sat May 5 16:36:44 PDT 2007
You'll find that Vaclav (pronounced 'vats-lav') is a
Czech name, although you might find it used in
Hungary, there is a lot of Czech-Hungarian crossover
even though they are not similar languages. I
strongly suggest having a look at all of the articles
on the Saint Gabriel's website for Hungarian names.
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> I have a client that wishes her name to be Klara and
> in the 15th century. Her husband is going by the
> name, Vaclav, which I haven't checked.
> She is looking for a "last name" or descriptive
> We know the Hungarians sometimes used descriptive
> names. And women were known by their husbands.
> And can I use this information
> as a basis for Klara?
> I am looking for direction.. can anyone help me
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