(1) Thus, everyone has a patronymic , or father's name.(2) the patronymic naming of children(3) Adult acquaintances and casual friends usually talk to each other using the first name combined with the patronymic .(4) In the novel we do not learn Luzhin's patronymic until the last sentences.(5) Her patronymic should follow in the next two lines, consisting of her father's gentilicium and Greek cognomen.(6) a patronymic derived from the name of their original lordship(7) Documents dating between 1521 and 1524 attest that he had assumed the cognomen Lieto, the Italian version of Laetus, substituting this for his actual patronymic , Allegri.(8) She replied addressing him Russian style using his patronymic .(9) However, she later explains that Adriaen did not use the patronymic .(10) As the daughter's patronymic appears immediately after her name, so the same patronymic should also appear in column III immediately after her mother's name, here as husband.(11) Addressing someone formally also entails using the person's full name and patronymic .(12) They were always smart and neatly dressed, and always called each other - in public - by their first name and patronymic .(13) Xhosa speakers are patrilineal and have patronymic clans, but neither clans nor lineages have any ├ö├ç├┐on the ground├ö├ç├û existence.(14) The memory trick of naming individuals by patronymics , or ├ö├ç├┐sloinneadh├ö├ç├û in Gaelic, is the centuries-old system of placing an individual within an extended family system.(15) A Russian system of patronymics is still widely used.(16) I'm now 99% sure I have at least one of the patronymics wrong, so again, I solicit advice on them.