นามสกุล, แซ่ให้ฉายา, ให้นามสกุล
Noun(1) the name used to identify the members of a family (as distinguished from each member's given name
(1) Ôö£├┤ MurchÔö£Ôòæ is my surname(2) Not long after their arrival there, Mateo was referred to by another title - his surname changed from Ortega to DiBaena, in reference to their home town.(3) He never uses his real surname and does not intend to do so.(4) He had refused to stick with his father's surname when his parents got divorced.(5) Most people referred to him as such because they were unable to pronounce his surname .(6) At least half of them share the same surname .(7) Initially, a child is almost always given his father's surname .(8) Generally, though, I have no problem with children having the father's surname .(9) Most villages employed a smith and it became the most common surname in England.(10) The most common surname , not surprisingly, is Smith, with 165,000 listed.(11) His first cousin is the town clerk, and his surname appears on the local Civil War monument.(12) She's the daughter of a rich white businessman with a hyphenated surname .(13) by his successes there, he acquired the surname of ├ö├ç┬úthe African.├ö├ç├ÿ(14) I knew he was proud to say it because it was his mother's surname .(15) Wu then adopted the child, who had her surname changed to Wu and currently lives with her biological mother.(16) Consider that President James Folk's surname was pronounced with two syllables for another example of the problem.
(1) name and surname :: ชื่อและนามสกุล
1. family name ::
2. last name ::
3. patronymic ::
Different Formssurname, surnames
English to Thai Dictionary: surname
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