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Re: [S-R] Andras to Andor

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  • mazorn78@cs.com
    hi i don t think it would make sense, because andras is hungarian and moving to denbrecen why would u take a foreign name? [Non-text portions of this message
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 6, 2002
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      hi
      i don't think it would make sense, because andras is hungarian and moving to
      denbrecen why would u take a foreign name?


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    • frankly1us
      ... to ... Andor or Andi is not a foreign first name. It is just a diminutive (i.e., shortened form or nickname) for the Magyar name András (Andrew) If you
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 7, 2002
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        --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., mazorn78@c... wrote:
        > hi
        > i don't think it would make sense, because andras is hungarian and moving=
        to
        > denbrecen why would u take a foreign name?

        Andor or Andi is not a foreign first name.

        It is just a diminutive (i.e., shortened form or nickname) for
        the Magyar name András (Andrew)

        If you bore the name Andrew (E) you might be called Andy, or
        if your given name was William you might be also called Bill
        or Billy.
        Something.


        András (dim. Andor, Andris, Ando, Bandi, Ancsi, Endre, Endi, Endre)
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