michelanCello wrote:Here you can only give your child a Hungarian(ish) name... you can trick the system by spelling a weird name Hungarian-like (for example I know someone who's called Mirtill, because she wasn't allowed to spell it Myrtill... or, my fav example, Dzsennifer instead of Jennifer...), but someone once told me they met a Marlonbrando and it was his first name... weird people out there...
Anyways, I'm called the way I am because it's allowed when one or both parents are not-Hungarian... lucky me
The Mad Collector wrote:It may be old fashioned Cheery but it's definitely significant in Hungary almost as much (if not more) as your actual birthday.
The Mad Collector wrote:Excellent, I wonder if I can some for the shop
The Mad Collector wrote:Any children are named after the father so if dad is called Sven for example then male children have the surname Svenson and females are Svendottir and you don't change your surname when married. This means that mother, father and two children can easily have four different surnames.
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